Schedule of Events

Saturday Schedule Games start: Bocce (Liam & Andy) Horseshoes (Steve) Crib (Marcia) 3:00 p.m. Swim Up Mai Tai Bar 6:00 p.m. Potluck on the Dock (bring enough food for 8 people) 7:30 p.m.  CBYS Lounge is open $10 per person for the weekend Sunday Schedule 9:00 a.m. Pancake Breakfast at the Cafe 3:30 p.m. Cocktail…
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Boating Safety at Night

The fireworks are over for this year but if you are heading home a bit late, make sure you have your nav lights on.  Even better, download a free copy of the Safe Boating Guide to have onboard at all times. Here is the link for your free download, https://www.tc.gc.ca/media/documents/marinesafety/TP-511e.pdf  
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Boating Around Killer Whales

Boaters need to be aware when boating around killer whales.  Always slow down, keep 200 meters away, stop fishing and turn off your 50 kHz frequency echo sounders and only use your 200 kHz frequency.
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Introducing the CBYS Facebook Group!

CBYS has a its own Closed Facebook Page.  A Closed Facebook Page is visible to the public to view the landing page and allows anyone to request to be accepted in the group, however the posts cannot be seen by the public, only the members of the group. Simply click on the FB link and…
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Vessel Sewage Pump Out Rules

All boats at CBYS must use holding tanks. Sewage from boats harms the environment, particularly in busy or poorly flushed outstations and anchorages. In Canada, it is illegal to dump sewage from boats within three nautical miles of shore Public sewage pump-outs are available in False Creek and Coal Harbour at several marinas. To find…
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How To Operate the CBYS AED

CBYS has an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) located in the dock shed at the bottom of the main ramp adjacent the Centre Bay Café.  It is located on the inside door of the shed.  The same key that opens the White House and the Fahrni Cabin, opens the dock shed. Please familiarize yourself with the…
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