Location & Hours

We are open for daily rentals, tours, and lessons.

Our rental hours are as follows:

June 21 – Labour Day

We open at 9am every day

Last rental leaves at:

  • 7pm in June, July
  • 6:30pm August 1-13
  • 6pm August 14 – Labour day

After Labour Day until September 29

  • Weekends
    • Open 9am
    • Close 7pm (last rental at 5pm)
  • Weekdays
    • Open 11:30am
    • Close 7pm (last rental at 5pm)

May 4 until June 16

Please note: We reserve the right to stay closed or close early on some days due to weather.
Please always pre-book online to ensure we are open and have kayaks available.
Please call ahead if picking up or dropping off an offsite rental kayak to ensure we are open

We open

  • 12pm on weekdays
  • 9am on weekends

Last rental leaves at 6pm (7pm from June 17 onwards)

Location Information:

We are located at the east side of the Jericho Sailing Centre compound on 1300 Discovery St, Vancouver, BC.
Our location is equipped with changerooms and a small storage space. There are washrooms available as well as showers available in the Sailing Centre.


How to get here

Buses #4, #44 and #84 stop on 4th Avenue at Marine Drive. From there it is about a 10-15min walk to our location. Please visit the Translink website to plan your trip from a specific location.


We are easily accessible by bike and it’s a really nice ride through the park and along the beaches to our location.
We have bike parking right in front of our gate, but it does fill up fairly quickly.
There are additional bike racks (typically with more space) in front of the sailing centre building.



Pay parking is available at the parking lot of the Jericho Sailing Centre operated by Easy Park.

Limited free street parking is available along Marine Drive (5-10 min walk).

As of July 2024 the city has decided to make all parking along the beaches pay parking. What used to be free parking now is charged at $1/h.

You can download a pdf map with an overview of the parking options here, or click on the image to enlarge it.


We respectfully acknowledge that we live, play and connect on the unceded territory and traditional waters of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.