About MCC

Mimico Cruising Club is Toronto’s premier, private yacht club. The Club caters to individuals who enjoy being on or near the water. Both social members and mariners are welcome. Mimico Cruising Club has a traditional name reflecting the racing and cruising interests of its sailing and boating members. We are named in the tradition of the famous British "Royal Cruising Club" founded in 1880, and we support similar traditions.

Situated within the scenic Humber Bay Park adjacent to the Martin Goodman Trail, our post-and-beam clubhouse design reflects the character of a park setting and was officially opened in 1984, by John B. Aird, the Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. We have grown from 250 members in 1979 to nearly 500, with docking facilities for 302 boats up to 49ft. (LOA) and dry sailing with a crane, for dinghies and keel boats to 3000 lbs.

MCC has weekly Club races and our members also participate in regional competitions. Club cruises are arranged throughout the season for both power and sail. These often attract as many as 50 boats for a weekend cruise. In addition, events organized by our powerboat members include treasure hunts and a poker run. We also have a wide range of shore based events during the Summer and Winter seasons.