Volunteers Teaching Safe Boating!
Sarnia is located in Ontario, Canada on the border with the United States and across the Bluewater Bridge from Port Huron, Michigan. Members of Sarnia Power and Sail Squadron boat out of the communities of Brights Grove, Camlachie, Corunna, Forest, Grand Bend, Mooretown, Petrolia, Point Edward, Port Franks, Sarnia, Wyoming, Strathroy and much of Lambton County. Whether powerboat, sailboat, personal watercraft, jet boat or paddler, Sarnia Squadron Members are often found boating on Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake St. Clair as well as the Detroit River and St. Clair River. Others cruise to the North Channel, Georgian Bay, the Trent-Severn Waterway and Lake Ontario. Local marine facilities to Sarnia include: Bridgeview Yachting Centre, Sarnia Bay Marina, Sarnia Yacht Club and Lake Huron Yachts.
Boater Information - FAQs
How Do I .......?
We would be happy for you to join us at Sarnia Squadron as a member of CPS. You may become a member or associate member by successfully competing The Boating Course or the Boat Pro Seminar series. For more details, please contact: Squadron Officers.
Take a Course from CPS:
You may also be interested in our online distance learning centre, please contact our Open Learning Centre.
Get a "Pleasure Craft Operator's Card" (PCOC):
For more details on obtaining your PCOC, please contact: Squadron Officers.
What are the regulations regarding PCOCs?
As of Sept. 15, 2009, all Canadians require their Card to operate a motorized boat.
Even with your card, the following regulations apply:
Get a "Restricted Operators Certificate (Maritime)" (ROC (M)) to Operate a VHF Radio:
Receive Sarnia Squadron's Newsletter "Heave To" by e-mail:
Get information about our web page:
Contacting Us: Squadron Officers
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Last modified: April 23, 2010