Are You Considering Attending Queen’s University?

We are always looking to recruit new racers!

New sailors: If you are considering Queen’s for sailing then here’s the plan:

  1. First get yourself accepted to Queen’s University. You’ll need excellent marks because Queen’s is, above all, a great school.

  2. Let us know you’re coming! Email and we will pair you with an existing team member to help get you set-up and oriented so you’re ready to start sailing with us in September 2018.

  3. Get in peak shape, and sail hard all summer. Be in Kingston in late August, race at CORK, then be ready for tryouts to sail for four years with the top collegiate sailing team in Canada.

Visit our Propects Page for more information and FAQ.

Are You Currently a Queen’s Student?

Joining Queen’s Sailing is easy! Write to and we will get you involved.

Take note: Extensive experience is often not required to sail collegiate dinghies. In fact, over the years many of the best crews were new to sailing and when paired with an experienced skipper, a dedicated crew can learn a lot in one semester.

That’s part of what makes collegiate sailing so great - it brings high level athletes and keen beginners together on an even playing field.

Our Focus for the Future

Queen’s Sailing is always improving. Here are some of our medium-term improvement plans:

  • Raise our MAISA rankings. This year’s goal: Top-15.

  • Every year, win the….

    • Canadian National Team Racing Championships,
    • Canadian National Fleet Racing Championships,
    • and the Canadian National Keelboat Championships.

  • Increase our participation in women’s regattas and create a women’s single-handed team.

  • Continue to develop our keelboat team.

  • Increase the capacity of our Recreational Sailing Club because of very high demand for casual sailing.

  • Increase the Club’s involvement in skiff sailing.

  • Get our members more involved in the Kingston Yacht Club.

  • Host, and podium, at an intersectional championship hosted at KYC.

  • Continue to elevate collegiate sailing in Canada.