The Oarlock and Sail Wooden Boat Club is a club for people who enjoy building, repairing, sailing, talking about, thinking about, and simply messing about in small wooden boats.
The club operates out of a floating boat shed at the Vancouver Maritime Museum’s Heritage Harbour at 1905 Ogden Avenue, Vancouver.
Members can be found each Saturday morning restoring the club’s fleet of small wooden boats or working on a new build. Stop by for a visit!
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- Create the opportunity for people interested in small wooden boats to get together to socialize and exchange knowledge
- Develop the small wooden boat community
- Bring together resources to assist in the future development of a wooden boat centre
- Foster interest in, enjoyment of, and construction of small wooden boats
Oarlock and Sail is registered under the Society Act of British Columbia. The Club publishes three newsletters a year and generally meets on the third Thursday of each month. Meetings feature guest speakers, hands-on activities, discussions, and refreshments. Besides the monthly meetings, there are also lots of opportunities to get involved through field trips and club projects.
Oarlock and Sail Wooden Boat Club
800 Keefer Street (mailing address only)
Vancouver, BC V6A 1Y7
Maritime Museum (Heritage Dock)
1905 Ogden Ave, Vancouver, BC
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