Able Sail Toronto is proud to welcome our 2022 Summer Staff: Alice Xu, Alexis Hill and Sam Jennings. We are really excited for a great summer ahead! Follow the link to the AST website to read their bio's. Read More...>

Sunday, June 5, 2022 @ 10 AM - 3 PM - NYC Chartroom

Learn emergency radio procedures and everyday operating techniques for use of a VHF radio. Course includes textbook, review session and exam for the Restricted Operator Certificate (Maritime) with DSC Endorsement. Independent study required prior to course.

Registration Deadline - Wednesday, May 18th, 2022 @ 4:00pm. Register Today! 

To register, fill out our Registration Form and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 416-260-8686 ext 32.

To obtain the NYC member rate, specify "Able Sail Toronto" in the notes field.

Big thank you to volunteer teams #1 and #2!

Team#1 - Last week Ulas and Nola untarped the 3 Martin16's and gave them a through cleaning.

Team#2 - Yesterday Alice, Alan and Ed put masts up, booms on and rudders in place. If you would like to volunteer for next week, we'll be working inside the cockpits labelling and polishing, and then applying bottom coat to the hulls. Docks will splash into the water the week of May 16th, that will be a proud day. Come join in on the fun!

Able Sail Toronto is proud to be a recipient of the Canada Summer Jobs funding.

We’re on the hunt for amazing Sailing Instructors and Race Coaches. For the Summer 2022 Season (May – August) we have 1 of 4 positions remaining. AST hires four students under the Canada Summer Jobs Grant, ages 15 to 30 with sailing experience.

The job description can be found Please share this opportunity with your friends and family and other contacts! Interested parties can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with their resume.

We provide the right tools for the job.

Able Sail Toronto has been the beneficiary of Canada Summer Jobs Grants in 2019, 2020 and 2021. At AST, our summer employees gain valuable practical experience in their area of studies and interest. In addition to this, AST makes all efforts to introduce our summer students to other learning opportunities in their desired profession.

Today Sam Jennings, who worked with us in the summer of 2021, was given a tour of the lab of Lars Kristjansen of CEI Inc. Sam learned about a project funded by an NSERC grant that is a vision system that detects any imperfections that may exist in metal brackets produced on a hydraulic press in a metal fabrication facility.