Knotmeter - January 19, 2018

Knotmeter - January 19, 2018

Join us for the King's Town Players February 6th!

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| January 24: Women in Wind Cruisers Evening

"Cruisers evening" start time 5:30
The premise is that everyone who has travelled any distance on a boat will have secret recipes to success, and we thought it would be nice to invite everyone to share their 1-3 absolute must haves on a boat. This would open up the floor to everyone, the newbies and the salty dogs, the gung ho cruisers and the less so. We open it up to anything and everything that makes a good cruise; engine must-haves, favourite recipes or life-saving foods, best games to have, essential books, must have gear, awesome on board wines and the list goes on!

| January 25: Robbie Burns Scotch Tasting

Please be advised the Robbie Burns Scotch Tasting is now SOLD OUT.

| February - April: Speaker Series


Kingston's Maritime Heritage Speaker Series 2018

Kingston Yacht Club and the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes are partnering with local experts to present members and the general public with a series of entertaining glimpses into the unique and impressive maritime heritage of our city and the region. In 2018 this will include five evening lectures at KYC:

Feb. 7th: David More - Kingston's Maritime History Origins: From Indigenous canoes through the French regime to British ships of the Provincial Marine (ca. 1400 to 1785)

Feb. 21: David More - Kingston's Maritime History Early Days: British Provincial Marine to Royal Dockyard (ca. 1785 to 1815)

March 7: Francis MacLachlan and friends - Kingston's Living Maritime Heritage: discussion of the living history of KYC and the value of square-rigger youth sail training on his brigantines, such as St. Lawrence II.

March: 21: Maurice Smith - Local historian will talk about the enormous significance of D.D. Calvin and Garden Island to Kingston.

April 4: Maurice Smith - Kingston Shipyards: Local historian will talk about the long and storied history of Kingston Shipyards, former home of the Museum.


| February 7: Marine MuseUm 5 Part Speakers Series

The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes
and the
Kingston Yacht Club
The first of a five-part Speaker Series
Kingston's Regional Maritime History
Pre-Columbian (1500) to Loyalist Settlements (1784)
A presentation by David More
at the
Kingston Yacht Club
1 Maitland St.
Wednesday, February 7, at 7:00 pm


The early days in Kingston's Maritime History will be vividly portrayed in a slideshow that takes participants on a voyage beginning with Indigenous canoes and continues through the first sailing vessels on the Great Lakes. It explores the characters of the near-century-long French regime at Fort Frontenac, from Sieur de La Salle to René-Hippolyte La Force, Canada's first native-born naval flotilla commander. After the Seven Years' War the story shifts to the important British Revolutionary War fort and shipyard at Carleton Island (just south of Wolfe Island), and the tragic loss of the Provincial Marine warship Ontario, then finally returns to what became British Kingston, when Loyalist refugees settled here.

Admission by donation

Please RSVP to the Marine Museum at 613-542-2261 to reserve a seat, or email

| February 9: Women in Wind TGIF

Start time 5pm (munchies served after 5:30pm)

| February 14: Valentine's Day Dinner

| February 28: Women in Wind Paint Night

Start time 5:30
Join local artist Christina Maclachlan for a fun evening of painting
The cost will be $20pp
We will get to take home our work at the end of the evening!



| Kitchen and Bar Hours


Please note the Kitchen and Bar are now open regular Winter Hours. Please see our website for details on hours of operations.


| Weekend Features

  • Chicken Saltimbocca with Gnocchi & Baby Spinach - $19
  • Weekend Special: Croque Monsieur - $14
  • Omlette: Brie, Basil & Cherry Tomatoes - $13