Windsurf In The City

» Surf, Sun and Sand…
» Only seconds from the city!
» Located at Cherry Beach, Toronto

TWC Youth Camp

» Week Long Windsurfing Day Camps
» Ages 12+ July through August
» Fun for kids - Convenient for Parents

Youth Racing Program

» Ages 8 - 18
» Professional Instruction
» Beginner to Olympian Progression

Wednesday Night Racing

» FREE public races every Wednesday evening
» May through September
» Apres race Beach BBQ every week

Powerboat Usage Policy

This Power Boat Usage Policy (the “Policy”) provides guidelines and direction to Toronto Windsurfing Club (“TWC”) members and instructors on power boat use. Members are expected to report any behaviour that does not adhere to this Policy to the TWC Board of Directors. Disregarding this Policy may result in suspension or termination of your TWC membership. Only TWC members in good standing or current TWC instructors may use the TWC power boats, unless prior approval is given by the Board of Directors.

Purpose of use:

  • Coaching during SUP/Windsurfing instruction for TWC programmed classes.
  • Race committee or safety boat for TWC hosted races, or as TWC approved supplemental safety boat
    for other racing events.
  • Rescue of a person or vessel in the water that is in distress and requires assistance.
  • Other safety and/or training related group activities.

All use of the power boats is subject to the following conditions:

  • Operator of power boat must have Pleasure Craft Operator’s Card (PCOC) and Powered Vessel Operator’s Permit (PVOP aka Harbour Licence).
  • Operator of power boat must follow Transport Canada guidelines regarding safety equipment required on the vessel and will be responsible for any passengers. Everyone on board must wear a legal Personal Flotation Device (i.e. PFD or life jacket).
  • Operator of power boat must operate the boat in a seamanlike manner, without recklessness and without being under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs, or drugs which may affect judgment or abilities.
  • Smoking and/or filling of gas tanks on board are prohibited.
  • Anyone on board using the VHF radio to transmit must hold a ROC (M) permit, except in case of emergencies. No license is required to monitor stations.
  • Operator of power boat has learned the proper techniques for operating and launching the boat from an experienced and designated TWC member.

Power Boat Usage Policy: May 2016

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