Founded in 1966, Ile Perrot Yacht Club is a private club dedicated to sailboats, both for leisure cruising and racing. The atmosphere is low-key, family oriented and fees are minimized by the cooperative efforts of all members during critical activities such as opening in the spring, launching, haulout and closing in the fall. A bartender is in attendance during race nights as well as weekends. A roomy new clubhouse is the focus of activities such as casual meals and snacks, licensed bar, tuition in sailing and racing techniques plus a calendar of social events throughout the sailing season. The spacious harbour is protected by tall trees on three sides, plus a solid breakwater on the open side. Dredging in 1993 created a uniform depth of 5 feet below datum. Sailing facilities include floating docks, most having piped water, lighting at night, pumpout station, sheerleg for mast work, slipway and haulout facilities. The club has reciprocal arrangements with many other yacht clubs.
Children of all ages are welcome; parents make their own arrangements and friendships can be struck up easily. The club encourages communal activities and facilities such as climbing frame/slide, toys and picnic tables are always available.
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The advisory board
Club Bylaws and Rules
The BYLAWS show the club’s legal structure. The RULES OF CONDUCT inform members of what the club expects in the way of conduct. Their purpose is to ensure that the club is safe, clean and a place we all should be proud of. Please read these rules and use them for everyone’s best enjoyment of the club.
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