Lake St.Louis Squadron

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Safe boating through education


Mailing Address:
Lake St. Louis Squadron
c/o RStLYC
1350 Lakeshore Dr.
Dorval, QC
H9S 2E3
Tel: (514) 900-9761


Learning Tools



Boating Links
Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons
Canadian Coast Guard
Notice to Mariners
Canadian Yachting
Sailing Calculator
Canadian Aids to Navigation System
What time is it? Provided by the U.S. Naval Observatory
Navigator - Celestial software
Rideau System
Water Levels from the gauges Water Levels in St-Lawrence River
This is a very complete website, mainly U.S. information, that includes marinas, ferry terminals, points of interest, port / harbour overviews, inlets, bridges, locks, restaurants, lighthouses, anchorages, videos, weather, classifieds, marina owners, marina reservations etc. The details above for marinas in Quebec :
This website, maintained by the Ontario Marine Operators Association, presents itself as ‘the largest recreational marine trade association in Canada’. Their membership includes yacht clubs, privately and municipally owned marinas, as well as members who supply products and services to the marine industry. Lots of useful information for trip planning is available here.
This site has a wealth of information for boaters from shoals in your area of travel to buoy tending and activities of the CCG fleet of ships. The site has many links to other government departments responsible for maintaining the safety and security of boaters and the waterways, oceans and lakes.
This site of Transport Canada is another gem that will bring boaters up to date with the regulations and any changes that affect us such as the discontinuation of the single vessel label program. From here you can, and should, link into the site, , before going too far from shore, even on a sunny day. There are several other websites for weather information such as  for USA conditions and . This information is essential for boaters and serves as a clear reminder of the main focus of the CPS.
This is another useful site that lists various services for boaters planning trips towards Ottawa, Kingston and Toronto.
This site will help you find almost every piece of equipment that a boater needs, and what you can’t find here you should be able to locate at Don’t forget custom and handling charges if ordering gear from the States.
This is very important information regarding particulars, rules, regulations etc., for travel to and within the U.S.A. by boat.

Web-browsing (web-dreaming) on a terrible day doesn’t get much better than on and locally,

Last but not least, all racers must have a look at  , which is the website for the International Sailing Federation (ISAF).

Weather Links
Marine Weather Forecast - Lake St. Louis
Weather warnings for Quebec

West Island Yacht Clubs
The Royal Saint Lawrence Yacht Club
Beaconsfield Yacht Club
Pointe Claire Yacht Club
Baie d'Urfe Yacht Club
Lord Reading Yacht Club
Baie d'Urfe Boating Club

Our Sponsors' Websites
Quantum Sails Design Group
McGill Maritime Services Inc.
Ogilvy & Ogilvy

Other Related Websites
Lachine Canal (history and photo album)



To Register for Courses,
Please Phone (514) 900-9761

Contact: Staff Training Officer


Classes are held at:
The Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club
1350 Lakeshore Drive
Dorval, Qc

The Lake St. Louis Squadron is a unit of the Canadian Power and Sail SquadronsThe Lake St. Louis Squadron is a unit of the Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons

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