Sailing in Canada offers a unique and breathtaking experience with its stunning landscapes and vast water bodies. Whether you choose to sail along the Atlantic coast, explore the Great Lakes, or navigate through the pristine rivers and fjords, Canada has something to offer for every sailor.

  • Sailing in Canada provides opportunities to witness incredible wildlife, including whales, seals, and seabirds.
  • The diverse coastline of Canada offers a mix of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and picturesque harbors.
  • The tranquil waters of the Great Lakes provide excellent conditions for long-distance sailing and exploration.
  • Canada's remote and less populated areas ensure peaceful and uncrowded sailing experiences.
  • Numerous islands and archipelagos offer endless possibilities for island hopping and anchoring in secluded spots.
  • The rich maritime history of Canada provides a deep sense of culture and heritage while sailing.
  • The presence of lighthouses along the coast adds to the charm and assists in navigation.
  • The sailing community in Canada is welcoming and supportive, making it easy to connect with fellow sailors.
  • There are numerous sailing events and regattas held throughout the year, providing opportunities for friendly competitions.
JanuaryCold and snowy-10C50mm40%2 hours12 knots
FebruaryCold and occasional snow showers-8C40mm30%3 hours10 knots
MarchCold and gradually warming up-4C30mm20%4 hours8 knots
AprilCool and rain showers2C35mm40%5 hours7 knots
MayMild and occasional rain10C45mm50%7 hours6 knots
JuneWarm and mostly sunny18C30mm30%9 hours5 knots
JulyWarm and sunny22C20mm20%10 hours4 knots
AugustWarm and occasional showers20C25mm30%9 hours5 knots
SeptemberCooling down and sunny15C30mm40%7 hours6 knots
OctoberCool and occasional rain8C40mm50%5 hours7 knots
NovemberCold and increasing chance of snow2C45mm60%3 hours9 knots
DecemberCold and snowy-5C60mm70%2 hours11 knots