Macassa Bay Yacht Club (MBYC) is
proud to be part of a Reciprocal Program in Lake Ontario and surrounding
As of 2015, MBYC has adopted
a perpetual reciprocal process and extends a perpetual reciprocal invitation to
our fellow yacht clubs who also offer reciprocal privileges.There is no need to renew
with us annually and we will not be sending out letters or cards.
Only full members of MBYC (blue card
holders) can take part in this program along with those reciprocating clubs
with whom we are affiliated.All
reciprocating clubs from previous years are listed below and will remain on the
list until withdrawn by that Club in writing or by email.
For information on this program, or
for your club to be added to our master list, please contact our club secretary
by email email@example.com or by regular mail.
Details of our Reciprocal offer are
c/o Dave Bailey
Macassa Bay Yacht Club
80 Harbour Front Drive,
Reciprocal Policy of Macassa Bay
As a Reciprocal visitor, you will be
welcome to two free nights, permitting availability of slips and a donation to
a charity of choice for subsequent nights.Visitor slips are limited to the number of our members away
cruising.Deep-water slips are at a
great premium so visitors should contact our clubhouse within an hour of ETA at
(905) 529-9205 or on VHF channel 68.
-30A power and water hook ups
-Barbeques, picnic tables
-Clean modern washrooms with showers
-Free Wireless Internet
-A clubhouse with a licensed cash bar (accepts debit card
service), TVs and DVD player and features a balcony overlooking the marinas,
parks and the picturesque western portion of Hamilton Harbour.
Adjacent to the club is a paved bike/skate/jog/walk
waterfront trail leading to HMCS Haida and to Cootes Paradise, with an area of
over 800 Hectares of ecologically controlled wetlands and scenic conservation
area beyond the western limit of the harbour.Within a half mile of MBYC is a full service municipal marina providing
pump outs, fuel and repairs.
Life Jackets should be worn at all
times by small children when they are on the MBYC docks.
A downloadable .pdf version of our
visitors guide can be found here – VISITORS GUIDE