Royal City Squadron is located in New Westminster, BC
and is a unit of
Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons - Escadrilles canadiennes de plaisance
National Website: http://www.cps-ecp.ca
Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons(CPS) is a nationwide association of boating enthusiasts, dedicated to improving boating safety through training.
Each year, CPS members teach a variety of courses to concerned boaters in the general public across Canada. CPS is well known for its Boating Course which is the primary course offered to the public. The Boating Course is just one of the many courses offered by Royal City Squadron in New Westminster, BC.
See what Royal City Squadron has to offer! We have courses ranging from beginner level to advanced in Boating Safety, Navigation, Seamanship, Radio, Electronics and Engine Maintenance. Our newsletter, The Mainsheet, has the latest Commander's report, an Events Calendar so that you can see our upcoming events that we have planned, and our Ship's Stores so that you can order a sweat shirt or other regalia items if you like. We also have a knowledgeable volunteer staff that have years of dedication to both the Canadian Power & Sail Squadron (CPS) and the boating community.
Royal City Squadron located in New Westminster, is just one of the many squadrons comprising Pacific Mainland Division, most of which are located in the Greater Vancouver area.
To locate squadrons in other areas of Canada, please see the CPS National website.
How to Search our Course and Events Calendar Pages
To see our courses or events details through the search options:
1. Click the Events Calendar (Search) link or from the Menu options on the left, click either Courses & Events or Events Calendar.
2. Select Royal City from the Show Events by Squadron option.
3. Click the View Events Now button.
Do not select any other options!
Please note that all current courses and event details will show in order by date.
For a yearly overview, you can select the link:
(A list of all upcoming events for 2016 )
(A list of all events for 2017 )
Lower Hume Park
May 12, 2017