- Last updated: August 8, 2022
The Prince Edward Yacht Club welcomes visitors from all bona fide Yacht Clubs showing proof of membership. We are located in the quiet and picturesque natural harbour at the head of Picton Bay.
The Club receives many visiting yachts travelling between Lake Ontario and the Thousand Islands. The Club has limited docks and moorings and we reserve the right to restrict the size of visiting yachts to safeguard our docks, and to limit the duration of stay to reasonable time periods. The Club does not accept reservations. Transient vessels will be limited to stays of four (4) consecutive nights on docks and moorings. Please contact us via Channel 68 or by phone (613 476-5585) as you approach the inner harbour.
For members of reciprocal Clubs, PEYC charges a docking or mooring fee for the first night of stay, while there is no charge for the second consecutive night. Non reciprocal visitors are charged the current dockage rate.
A caution for visiting boats. Please reduce your speed upon approaching the entrance to the harbour as the water intake for Town’s water supply is in the vicinity of the Red Marker opposite QP5.
|ALL DOCKS||1st NIGHT||2nd NIGHT|
|Reciprocal Docks||$1.04/ LOA -includes Hydro and Water||Free|
|Reciprocal Docks (subsequent nights)||$1.77/ LOA||$1.77/ LOA|
|Non- Reciprocal Dock||$1.92/ LOA||$1.92/ LOA|
|MOORINGS||$22.12||FREE for reciprocal Clubs|
|ELECTRICAL CHARGE||Overnight – 15 amp||$5.52|
|NOTE: All rates subject to HST|
INFORMATION FOR VISITING YACHTS
The Club Docks are the first three Northern docks on the West shore as you enter the Harbour. There are two more docks to the South of these which are County Municipal docks operated by the Club. A limited number of guest moorings are located throughout the harbour.
On approaching the harbour (around green QP5), please contact the Club on Channel 68 to request a dock. Please state your vessel name, type of vessel (sail or power), beam and overall length. You will be given directions to the correct dock. On arrival, please proceed to the Clubhouse to register.
If there is no response to your call, please dock on the North side of the third dock from the North (C Dock) if there is space, and proceed to the Club for further instructions. If there isn’t space, please use the loading dock on shore between the 4th and 5th dock (E Dock) as a temporary spot while you arrange for a visitors dock.
The Clubhouse has shower and washroom facilities available at all times. There is a lounge and licensed bar open daily during the summer season. Please check the posted hours of operation for seasonal changes.
Power and water are located at the seawall end of each dock. Please do not disconnect any power lines or connect to private power receptacles placed by members at their vessels without their specific agreement. Many vessels have onboard power consumption and interruption could cause damage to their batteries. The water is potable; however, the Club pays for water use and restricts visitor’s water use to filling water tanks. Visitors may not use the water for boat washing.
The former Municipal operated Fuel and Pump-out facilities on the Southeast shore of the Harbour is under new management. The Club does not have such facilities.
There are numerous shops and restaurants and other facilities located close to the Club. A map or directions can be obtained in the Clubhouse.