• Sail NS Updates Halifax Harbour & Bedford Basin Racing Charts

    Monday, 17 May 2021
      In winter 2021 the Canadian Coast Guard moved some of the buoys in Halifax Harbour that several of our clubs use for their racing program. The buoys were moved so that bigger container ships had deeper waters in which to enter Halifax Harbour. Sail Nova Scotia contracted GeoNet to Read More
  • Anchoring Skills for Pleasure Boaters

    Tuesday, 4 May 2021
    Sail NS is excited to present a training seminar called "Anchoring for Pleasure Boaters". Led by Michael Ernst, a Sail Canada certified Cruising Instructor and operator of Sail Mahone Bay in Nova Scotia, this hour-long presentation on Monday, May 17 at 8pm (Halifax time) will cover a number of very Read More
  • Sail NS Wins Bid to Host 2022 49er, 49erFX, & Nacra 17 World Championships

    Thursday, 8 April 2021
    The World is coming to Nova Scotia in 2022. Sail Nova Scotia is thrilled to announce that we have secured the 2022 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 World Championships!   Hubbards Sailing Club will host the event in wonderful St. Margaret's Bay. We expect more than 400 sailors from 35 Read More
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  • New Halifax Boaters Guide Just Released

    Wednesday, 24 March 2021
    Through the efforts of the Halifax Harbour Safety committee comprised of; Develop Nova Scotia, Sail Nova Scotia, Port of Halifax, Halifax Regional Police, Coast Guard, Transport Canada and Metro Yacht/Sailing Clubs, we are proud to present a new Halifax Boating Guide. The new 2 page guide provides helpful information for all recreational boaters who use the Harbour, Northwest Arm, and Bedford Read More
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