Membership Information


The Jericho Sailing Centre Association is a not for profit ocean community centre, not a private club. There are no restrictions on the number of members, nor are there membership criteria. We sometimes have waitlists for boat storage or locker rentals, but not for memberships. If you purchase a season’s pass from one of our schools, join one of our affiliated clubs, or want to store your own craft at Jericho, you must have a membership. For more information, have a look at the Member FAQs section under the about tab or ask us questions via the form on the contact page.

Membership Rates (April 1, 2023 – March 31, 2024)

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$110 Single

$157 Family

Two adults in a spousal relationship and any children under 18

$65 Junior

Anyone under 18 years of age

Membership privileges include launch access, craft & gear storage, member’s lounge and rooftop deck, showers, change rooms, weather data, newsletters, safety & racing programs, room rentals and a discount at The Jericho Galley Patio and Grill.

New Memberships can be started online here.


We facilitate launching and storage of small naturally powered boats (sail, paddle, row only) less than 22ft long, with no engine, no fixed keel and no cabin. Boat storage is pro-rated from October. Locker storage is not pro-rated. Please contact our office to inquire about availability and cost for your specific vessel. More details are available from the storage section of our FAQ page.

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Storage Rates for common craft types (April 1, 2023 – March 31, 2024)

Kayak $180

Double Kayak $218

Windsurfer $145

Stand-up paddleboard $180

Tasar $497

Laser on rack $218

Hobie 16 $729

F18 $865

Locker storage rates (April 1, 2023 – March 31, 2024)

Short locker $72

Tall locker $136

Storage Arrangements are Processed in Person

Our restaurant and deck are open to the public. Come enjoy the best ocean side views around.

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  • The Jericho Sailing Centre Association is looking to fill several temporary positions this spring/summer supporting areas of Safety, Storage, Membership and Maintenance. Description of potential tasks/duties Monitor safe usage of the ramps, beach launch areas, and on-water activity Assist with craft, locker & equipment storage Assist in maintaining the JSC building, grounds, storage facilities, rescue equipment and first aid room Performing daily maintenance, cleaning schedule and room preparation Provide courteous customer service to members and the general public Perform reception and office duties as required May assist with on-water programs and rescues, perform first aid when needed and liaise with Jericho Rescue volunteers and staff as required  Qualifications Highly motivated team player Strong communication & customer service skills Computer proficiency and ability to learn new software Enjoy hands on work in a variety of environments (indoors and outdoors) Available to work weekends Positions are pending approval by Canada Summer Jobs grants. Applicants must be between 15 and 30 years of age at the beginning of the employment period, a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee. Assets: Small boat experience General knowledge in any or all of the types of ocean activities supported by the JSCA: dinghy sailing & racing, windsurfing, SUP, kayak, surfski, outrigger, ocean rowing First Aid/CPR Certification, VHF Restricted Operator’s Certificate (Maritime) & PCOC Full Time positions available from April 24 to Sept 4th, 2023. Renumeration is $19.50/hr.Please send your resume and cover letter to

  • Common sense and consideration of fellow members help make the Jericho Sailing Centre a true community centre with a friendly salt water community atmosphere. Here are a few etiquette reminders to keep things sailing along smoothly: Do not leave your craft unattended on the shoreline for extended periods – share the shore.                    RAMPS, and the areas adjacent to launching ramps, are for craft launch/retrieval only. Do not rig, repair or otherwise loiter in this area.Do not leave or rig your craft in the rinsing areas adjacent to hosing stations.The Jericho Sailing Centre is a SMOKE/VAPE FREE facility. There is No Smoking/Vaping permitted in any Vancouver Park or beach area.Give pathway users the right of way and bear in mind they may be distracted and not aware that you are crossing the pathway with your craft or launch rope.Launch dollies are for launching/retrieval only (not for storage) and must be returned to the fence immediately after use.If you launch from your own dolly or trailer return it to your storage spot after launching.Do not use the winches unless you are familiar with their safe operation. Winch instruction is available from staff or Jericho Rescue Team members. Only members or registered guests may use winches & dollies.Only leashed, well behaved, non-barking/whining dogs are allowed in the compound. No dogs are allowed in the building or on the deck. Do not tie dogs to the base of stairwells or in other traffic areas. Do not leave your dog on shore while you are on the water. The City prohibits dogs on beaches. In consideration of other Jericho users please consider leaving your dog at home while visiting the Jericho Sailing Centre.Please coil hoses immediately after use and conserve water.Do not block aisle ways.Rinse racks are for rinsing not drying.Swimming is prohibited in front of the Jericho Sailing Centre.

  • On the ocean there are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Regardless of how you decide to use the ocean always show courtesy to others. Please adhere to the code listed below and share with others the responsibility for a safe ocean experience.  It is every member’s responsibility to know and observe the rules of the road when on or near the water. Here are some key rules which every Jericho member must know and practice.0.5 IT IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY TO AVOID A COLLISION 1. Always wear your P.F.D. on the water.2. Sail powered craft have the right of way over power craft, paddle and rowing powered craft.3. All non-commercial vessels shall keep well clear of commercial vessels.4. It is illegal and extremely dangerous to pass between a tug and it’s tow.5. A port tack sailing vessel shall keep clear of a starboard tack vessel.6. A windward vessel shall keep clear of a leeward vessel.7. A vessel clear astern shall keep clear of a vessel ahead.8. Any vessel overtaking another shall keep clear.9. A vessel tacking or gybing shall keep clear of a vessel on a tack.10. The area south of the orange can buoys is for training or transiting only.11. Swimming or wading on the beach in front of the Centre is prohibited and is particularly dangerous for small children.12. It is unsafe to loiter or let children play near the bottom of launching ramps.13. Stay well clear of the end of the Jericho Pier as fishers cast lines as far as possible.14. Be cautious of pathway traffic when launching/retrieving.15. Do not leave your craft on the shoreline for extended periods of time. Common sense goes a long way toward maintaining a safe environment. Membership in the Jericho Sailing Centre Association is contingent on members knowing and observing the Safe Ocean Sailing rules.