Our Toronto fleet's luxury yacht accommodates 18 guests. Its multihull design is ideal for both tranquil sails and lively parties and promises smooth sailing; the spacious deck is perfect for relaxation or socializing.

The Yacht

Introducing Decompression, the jewel of our Toronto luxury fleet, a Fountain Pajot Astrea 42 launched in 2021, boasting an impeccable history of service. With a capacity to host up to 18 guests, Decompression is the epitome of luxury sailing in Toronto, offering an unparalleled balance of elegance and spaciousness perfect for any occasion, from serene sailing experiences to lively celebrations on the water.

Crafted with a multihull design, Decompression ensures unmatched stability and balance, providing a comfortable sailing experience for all onboard. The yacht’s expansive front deck, optimized for relaxation and socializing, invites guests to unwind or engage in the joy of sailing, while the deck layout has been thoughtfully designed to maximize functionality and comfort.

Featuring covered dining for eight at the aft and ample room for guests to enjoy the foredeck, Decompression caters to your every need. Relax on the cushioned lounger or feel the thrill of the water beneath you on the trampoline.

Equipped with modern amenities including electric flush toilets, a Bluetooth-compatible music system, a full galley, and beverage service, not to mention cushioned cockpits and foredeck seating, Decompression sets the standard for luxury boat rentals in Toronto. Whether you’re planning a day of leisurely sailing or a private party on Lake Ontario, Decompression offers an exclusive and memorable experience.


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Food & Beverage Service
Additional Charge for outside food and/or beverages
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Special Event Sails
Canada Day Fireworks Celebrations
Labour Day Weekend - Canadian International Air Show

*12% Crew Service Fee & 13% HST added at checkout

The Experience

Your sailing experience is a great choice to introduce yourself to the sailing world in a casual, relaxed setting. As your experienced crew does all the heavy lifting, sit back and relax as we tour Toronto’s harbour and enjoy the awesome cityscape centred around the CN Tower and Toronto Islands. Your Cruise begins at our private dock at 415 Queens Quay W @ Lower Spadina Ave and may be customized in discussion with your Captain but generally includes the following: On a 3 hour sail, we will cruise through the Toronto Island lagoons to enjoy the serenity of this local oasis and the local fauna of: Great Blue Herons, Trumpeter Swans, Mink, Coyotes and deer to name a few. For the supernatural lovers, we will pass by the oldest lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Gibraltar Point light house is rumoured to be frequented by the ghost of its murdered 19th century lighthouse keeper. Your Crew will gladly share the whole story of its haunted past. Exiting the harbour through the western channel, we pass by Maple Leaf Silos and the east facing statues of Ireland Park. Next isToronto City Centre Billy Bishop Airport. Canada’s 4th busiest international air terminal. Watch out for the ferry, reported to be the shortest commercial one in the world – travelling the 100m between the island and city. Below the water is a walking tunnel connecting the two for those that just can’t wait to catch their flight. Who doesn’t love to sunbathe without those tan lines! Enjoy one of Canada’s two clothing optional beaches. Hanlan’s Point beach, where you can enjoy some full sun but be far enough away that you have your own modesty. There is a reason why we refer to this beach as Toronto’s favorite “junk yard”. Our true sailing enthusiasts will enjoy the sail in Humber Bay and Lake Ontario, known for its great winds and light waves. On most weeknights and evenings, you can enjoy watching the sailing races of all the local clubs. For bird watchers and nature lovers, we sail past Tommy Thompson Park which is home to over 300 species of birds. In late August, thousands of Monarch butterflies can be spotted during their annual migration to Mexico. You will know your cruise is on the home stretch, as we pass through the Eastern Gap, separating the port lands from the Island Community of approximately 260 year round homes. Be sure to watch for summer cruise ships in port, sailing between Quebec City – through the St Lawrence Seaway to Green Bay Wisconsin on Lake Superior. Other ocean ships include freighters carrying salt, from Sarnia, cement from central Canada and South American sugar. Our final leg along the Toronto, shoreline, will include, our urban beaches of Sugar and HTO Park, waterfront condominium and hotels, and Toronto’s marine fire station. Welcome back to the dock. Shorter sails – 2hrs provide only parts of this experience, while longer sails 3-5hrs extend the sailing, swimming, touring times.

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