Contact

We are currently only accepting new memberships for Laser sailors. Contact the Key Rat about joining the membership. For general inquiries, please email the Web Rat.

For other questions, please email a volunteer board member below. The club doesn't have staff or a phone number. We're too busy messing about in our boats.

Learning to sail? While we have sailing mentorship nights you may be interested in formal classes with our friends who are also in the Outer Harbour Sailing Federation. These include the OHSF Youth Water Sports CampJ-TownMooredale, Westwood. Also see Sailing Fanatics.

Note, we don't rent or store boats, or host corporate events. 

Club members, once logged in at left, can look up others in our Directory.

Board of Directors

Position titles link to email. Names link to LinkedIn.

Chief Rat (Commodore)                                                                           Norm Lamb                       
Money Rat (Treasurer)
Gordon Akum
Paper Rat (Secretary) David Street
Race Rat (Race Director) Randy McMeekin
Key Rat (Membership Director)
Jeff Gerritts                    
Web Rat (Communications Director) Matthew Burpee
Grounds Rat (Harbour Master) Barbara Anderson
Party Rat (Social Director) Monika Roschlaub
Paddling Rat (Associate Membership Director) Bruce Hanson
Dinghy Rat (Associate Membership Director)
Joe Van Rossem
Badger (Past Commodore)                  Paul Stillwell



Social media

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Mailing address

THE WATER RAT SAILING CLUB

970 QUEEN ST E

PO BOX 98121

TORONTO, ON  M4M 1J8


Location address 

4 Regatta Rd is beside Cherry Beach Clarke Beach Park. See our directions.


Acknowledgement

As members of a community driven not-for-profit outdoors club, we each have a responsibility for the stewardship of Lake Ontario's waterfront that we enjoy. We acknowledge that for thousands of years the lake and its waterways have been the traditional home and passageways for many indigenous people such as the Huron-Wendat, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and more recently the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, after more than a century of newcomers, the local region is still the home for many indigenous people including members of our club. We are very grateful to those that came before us and the City to have the opportunity to enjoy the sparkling waters of 'OntarĂ­'io' (meaning 'great lake' in Huron).




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