Visitor Information

Bronte Harbour Yacht Club is located at 43° 23′ 33.35″ N 79° 42′ 13.56″ W  in the inner harbour, West of the lighthouses, at the mouth of Bronte Creek in historic Bronte Village. We offer three nights Mediterranean-style mooring at no charge by reservation only. Visitors from reciprocal yacht clubs are able to reserve a dock through our dock reservation request system. We can accommodate boats up to 35 feet with drafts up to approximately six feet depending on the annual lake water level. Visiting boats must carry a Marine Insurance Policy equal to or greater than $2million.

Most slips offer 30-amp power and fresh water access. Gas barbeques and picnic tables are available at the club, ice can be purchased from bar staff. Our club house offers washrooms, showers, bar services on a cash basis, television, and a computer with internet access.  The inner harbour marina offers haul outs, boat wash as well as repair facilities. Pump-outs and fuel are available in the Bronte Outer Harbour Marina just east of the mouth of Bronte Creek. The harbour is adjacent to Bronte Village offering restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, grocery stores and many more amenities within walking distance to make your stay with us a pleasant one.


Bronte Harbour Yacht Club is a volunteer run club with an officer of the day program. An Officer of the Day is on duty in the afternoons on most weekends and Friday evenings for visiting boats. If there is no Officer of the Day available, visitors are asked to tie up at the visitors' dock #200 (up the river on the north side, on the last turn before the Lakeshore Road bridge) and check-in with the bar staff for a mooring assignment. Please fly your club burgee and show your membership card to the Officer of the Day or to the bar staff.

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