About Us

Historique/ Historical

Boating activity on the Club property dates back to 1810. The property passed through several hands and In 1966 the property was deeded to the City of Beaconsfield. The facility is now managed by the Beaconsfield Yacht Club on behalf of the City. The Club operations and infrastructure maintenance are funded via membership fees. Membership is open to all.

The Beaconsfield Yacht Club is located only 20 kilometers from downtown Montreal, at the east end of Beaconsfield on the edge of Pointe Claire Village. The Club overlooks much of Lake St-Louis, and enjoys deep, safe water at the harbour mouth. The Club has facilities for 240 members, including space in the harbour for 160 boats and storage for 80 more small boats on the shore.

The club has been rated at “3 anchors” by L’association maritime du Québec.


Club members can enjoy the following facilities:

  • Historic fieldstone clubhouse with covered terrace.

  • Food and beverage service throughout the summer and part time during winter.

  • Boat marina, with stone breakwater, two entrances, accommodating yachts up to 36 feet with finger docks for every boat.

  • Showers and bathrooms in Clubhouse and at water’s edge

  • Lawns, picnic areas

  • Barbeque facilities for members and their guests

  • Shearleg and yacht crane

  • Workshop

  • Gas and working dock, pump-out, ice, etc.

  • Professional assistance on docks

  • Dinghy harbour with separate entrance and paved apron. An electric hoist for efficient handling of the largest dinghies is available

The Executive & Administration

Claude Bourbeau

Claude Bourbeau


chris cuggy

Chris Cuggy


Christiane Hauseux

Rear Commodore

Martin Osterman


Ian Swain


Mike Plesko

Michael Plesko


Terry Williams

Social Events Chair

Laurent Ricciardi

Sailing Chair

Victor Fangor

House & ground chair

John Deakin


david speak

David Speak

Club Manager

cara dagenais

Cara Dagenais

Club Administrator