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.
License Plate Surrounds
CPS-ECP had license plate surrounds for your car. Get yours today from Ship's Store.
Sarnia Squadron has Squadron, District and National Flags for you to fly from your boat.
We also have officer's flags available upon special request.
Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons (CPS)
8" x 13"
12" x 20"
Western Ontario District Pennant
Sarnia Squadron has a new pennant to signify 50 years of membership in CPS-ECP.
Sarnia Power & Sail Squadron 50 Year Pennant
In 1999, Sarnia Squadron became fifty years old. On October 25, 2002, the Governing Board of CPS-ECP granted Sarnia Power & Sail Squadron their 50-year pennant.
The Sarnia Squadron pennant features the Red Cross of St. George on a white background. The Cross of St. George is from the flag of Guernsey, in the English Channel. Sir John Colborne, Lt. Governor of Upper Canada 1828-36 named the Port of Sarnia in 1836 after the Roman name or Guernsey where he had previously been Lt. Governor.
The flag of the Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons is proudly displayed in the quadrant royal to signify that the Sarnia Squadron was one of the two founding squadrons of the Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons.
This year a gold bar was been added to the pennant at the hoist to recognize the fifty plus years Sarnia Power & Sail Squadron has functioned as part of Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons.
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Last modified: February 12, 2002