About Us

Bronte Harbour Yacht Club is a self help Yacht Club operated by a volunteer Board of Directors established in 1962. We are located at the mouth of Bronte Creek in charming and historic Bronte Village and within walking distance of a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, churches, a grocery stores, boutiques, banks, laundromat, parks, beaches, and more. Public transportation is steps away. In addition, the Metro Marine building beside Bronte Creek provides marine services including boat repairs, haul-out and storage.


Directions from the Lake:

The mouth of the harbour is located at: L 43° 23' 34.6" N    Lon 79 ° 42' 11.6" W  There are two harbours in this location an inner and outer harbour.  To reach BHYC follow the entrance to the inner harbour by motoring up bronte creek through the concrete peers.  There is an observed speed limit of 9km/h with no wake. Visitors from reciprocating clubs can dock near the end of the creek (at the mast crane, just below the bridge) and in vacant members’ slips.  The clubhouse can be found on the north side of the harbour.


Directions from the QEW:

Exit at Bronte Road and head south towards the lake.  When you reach Lakeshore Rd. turn right.  The entrance to BHYC is the second driveway on the left right before the bridge over bronte creek.  Our yacht club is immediately to the right with parking out front.