Membership

COSA offers an extraordinary membership program that is easy on a family’s pocket book.  Rates have stayed stable over the last decade while projected increases will fall far short of inflation.  Yearly membership details are found on the application form available here.  Membership entitles an individual/family to apply for sailboat moorage, and grants access to the facility, including the dock, lockers, BBQ, change rooms and showers, and beach area. A one-time initiation fee of $400.00 is required for all new members.  Membership fees help maintain the facility, grounds, dock, and programs.

Moorage
 

COSA offers more than one hundred spaces for sailboat moorage.  We even offer covered racks for Lasers and Windsurfers!  Moorage is restricted to Olympic class dinghies and developmental class boats (as defined by the Sail Canada).  Moorage rates are set yearly by the executive, but have been stable for more than a decade.  Sailboat moorage rates are established at a calculated rate of length times width of boat (and trailer).  Moorage and membership fees are due every year by April 1st.
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Did you know…

  • We are a society of volunteers dedicated to promoting recreational sailing.
  • As a society of volunteers, we are responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the facility and grounds, and for the maintenance of relationships with our neighbors. This means volunteers clean the toilets, pull the weeds, paint the building, and replace the light bulbs.
  • To help everyone get along, please place your garbage and recycling in the receptacles provided.
  •  If you notice paper and garbage or pop cans lying around, do the right thing and pick up after your forgetful friend.
  • Park in the lot or in an orderly fashion down the street.  To avoid problems with neighbors, use our lot first, then the parking on the street directly in front of the club and proceeding north. Park south of the club on Hobson Rd. as a last resort.
  • Remember that we have neighbors and respect their privacy and need for peaceful enjoyment of their property.
  •  Lock up after yourself. Our best security is an ounce of prevention.