Rocky Point Sailing Association’s mission is to provide a safe, inclusive, and interactive environment to promote a long-time love of sailing and encourage each sailor’s development. Rocky Point Sailing Association offers three types of yearly membership: GeneralDinghy and Keelboat

Members are encouraged to participate in discussion at the general meeting and are required to vote at the Annual General Meeting. The members form the legal entity that holds the Executive Board accountable for good stewardship and the fulfillment of our mission.

Requirements and Benefits

  • Members must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Members are entitled to a 10% discount off sailing programs for themselves, partners or children.
  • Are entitled to benefits as members of the the Old Mill Boathouse Society, BC Sailing, and Sail Canada.
  • Members (Dinghy, Keelboat) and their partners can use club boats, subject to having certifications and boat availability.
  • Sailors who have not achieved CANSail 2 from RPSA must schedule a skill assessment and club orientation. The assessment has a fee, is two hours, and bookings are subject to coach availability.
  • Members are invited to participate in club sponsored events; such as Group Sail, Keelboat Cruise, Learn-to-Race, the membership BBQ, and volunteer opportunities in the Port Moody Community


Certification: No certification required

Restrictions: General members may only sail with a RPSA Dinghy or Keelboat club member.

​General Members join to evaluate if sailing is a good fit for themselves.

Get introduced to sailing by participating in club events, including; Group Sails, Learn-to-Crew, Keelboat Cruise, social events, and more.


Certification: CANSail 2

Club Dinghy Boats: Sailors may use

  • Optimist and Laser (one person)
  • 420 (2 people)
  • Canoe

Dinghy members may be interested in club events, including; Group Sails, Learn-to-Crew, Keelboat Cruise, social events, and more.

Dinghy members assist with club-sponsored events such as regattas, boat in/out, community activities, and maintenance.


Certification: PCOC, ROC-M, and Basic Cruising Standard

Club Keelboats: Skippers may sail

  •  27’ Columbia and 29’ C&C
    (book day, weekend, or week-long cruises) 
  • may also sail all club Dinghy boats

Keelboat members may be interested in Group Sail, Learn-to-Race, Keelboat Cruise, and social events.

Keelboat members are actively involved with all club operations.