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Welcome to Fifty Point Yacht Club

FPYC is located within the Hamilton Conservation Authority, (HCA) known by many as Fifty Point Marina. Our yacht club rents slips from HCA, which owns and operates the marina on the south shore of Lake Ontario, (N423.13.62; W79.37.33). To our visitors, we hope you will have an opportunity to come to Fifty Point and enjoy reciprocal privileges with us this season. We look forward to your coming and hope you enjoy your visit.


Be Careful Out There!

There has been a new stop sign installed at the intersection of Baseline Road and North Service Road as you head to Fifty Point. The sign itself is installed on the right side only and it not all that easy to see when you are concentrating on making the left turn you have made all these years. Just so you know...

Upcoming Events

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    28 May
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    Season kick off event.

    Rev Lyndsay and the blessing of the boats at 11:00 sharp, followed by a trip on the water to salute the commodore. 5-6PM Dinner (Prime Rib kindly cooked by Chef Gunter Lorscheidt of Spirit), AND all other dishes will be pot-luck provided by FPYC members. Bring your own plates, cutlery and drinks. Served by the D Dock Shelter * * Please note that tickets are required for dinner (free to FPYC members).

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    4 June
    Appetizer Pot-Luck 3-5PM

    All members are invited to come out and welcome new members to the club.

    Where: Grass picnic area by the pond, opposite the E-dock parking lot/F-dock shelter

    Format: An appetizer potluck - returning FPYC members, please bring a small appetizer or favorite snack to share; new members please just come along and enjoy the hospitality. Everyone - bring your preferred beverage.

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    18 June
    Summer Solstice BBQ

    June 18 is the Summer Solstice BBQ at the beach pavilion. Come out and for steak or salmon and an evening of music by the lake. Tickets will be required and will go on sale in May. More info to come.

"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats." Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows

Good friends, Good fun, Good Times!

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