12 Jun 2017

Sailpast 2017 was a big success

TYC Board 2017

The warm and sunny weather is finally here and Sailpast 2017 is already behind us.  Thanks for all the volunteers who helped make this event a big success.

Stay tuned for more updates about upcoming club events and check out the photo galleries for more pictures from Sailpast 2017.

12 May 2017

Masting days at Trident

Masting has begun at Trident.

Here are some photos of the process using the boom truck (required this year due to the high water levels).  Wind was blowing from the East which raised the water level and pushed more water onto the parking lot. Masting at Trident Yacht Club, Spring 2017

Still, several boats were masted on Tuesday afternoon and more will be lining up today (Friday).  Weather looks perfect for this activity.

09 May 2017

Just in time for the boating season…

A new section was added to the Member’s Corner > Additional Links page.  This section called Cross Border Travel lists several websites with useful information to boaters who are planning to visit the US.

Be sure to check these out before your next trip to the south shore!


08 May 2017

TYC Season Opener – May 26th and 27th


The first big weekend for Trident is coming up soon.

Make sure to reserve this weekend on your calendar.

May 26th:

  • Friday Night. First TGIF of the year. The club provides salads and dessert. You provide what you are going to BBQ.
  • New Members Reception. Welcome and meet our new members, and we have many this year.

Please make a point of attending this important event.

May 27th:

  • Saturday Morning. The Spring Annual General meeting.
  • Saturday Afternoon. Club beautification, flower planting, grounds and clubhouse cleanup.
  • New members walk about.
  • Saturday evening. The pot luck supper. A great tradition at Trident. Cost of admission – bring something.

More details to follow

Sign-up sheets are on the board in the clubhouse lobby.

07 May 2017

Water levels still rising…

water spilling into East parking lot Spring 2017

The water levels are still rising with part of the East parking lot under water.   The center dock ramp can be seen pointing to the sky as the floating dock rises with the water.

view of the North dock almost submerged

North dock is barely above water, as seen here on picture taken Sunday, May 7, 2017.

Some of the cradles waiting to be moved to the storage area are in the water.

Water pooling behind the seawall

View of the front dock above with water pooling on the grass behind the boardwalk.

South dock ramp at high water levels

South dock is doing well with the ramp parallel to the dock.  We can see some water creeping up behind the boardwalk.

West dock rising with the water

West dock is ok but the seawall and part of the parking is currently under water.  Chapin dock is almost submerged.

10 Apr 2017

Washroom Renovation Update #10

Washroom renovations were completed in the fall of 2016.  The ceramic wall tiles have been replaced by the contractor and the new washrooms are now ready for the upcoming 2017 sailing season.

We will post new pictures of the completed work in the next week or so.

The new washrooms will be available as soon as the water has been turned back on in the clubhouse.

Thanks again to Pierre de Gagné and his team for all the great work.

Hoping to see you all down at the clubhouse!

Maurice Doran

09 Sep 2016

Washroom Renovation Update #9

While you have been enjoying the best summer ever ‐ please be advised that there remain deficiencies to be resolved.

Major Issues:
Deficient tiling is being redone. RD Steele has hired a new subcontractor to replace the tile in the washrooms.

The universal washroom will be closed for the week of September 12 for repairs of the
existing tile to the satisfaction of TYC.

A new tile (4″ by 12″) will be installed in the Men’s and Women’s washrooms. This work will commence post early launch (October 3) and take approximately three weeks per washroom.

Please respect that this will be a work site for the above periods and washrooms will be closed and those normally using the closed washroom will be using the universal
Pierre de Gagné