Even Sweeter

Enjoy a luxury cruiseing experience for up to 10 guests, featuring interactive seating, a wet bar, and a sumptuous sun deck.
Even Sweeter - Sailing yacht

The Yacht

Set sail on Lake Ontario with “Even Sweeter,” a Sea Ray Sundancer 340, your perfect choice for a boat rental in Toronto accommodating up to 10 guests. This yacht is designed for comfort and style, featuring dual helm seats for an interactive journey with your captain, a companion seat, and spacious U-shaped aft seats for socializing. The cockpit is equipped for relaxation and entertainment, complete with a refreshment center, wet bar, and cooler, all framed by sleek stainless steel handrails for safety.

Bask in the sun on the expansive forward deck or retreat a-stern for comfort in the large sofa area, fully equipped galley, and the convenience of an electric vacuflush toilet. “Even Sweeter” stands out with its spaciousness and sporty profile, ensuring you’ll make a splash as you navigate the waters. Docked at our western Humber Bay location, Cap’t Darren is ready to provide an exceptional boating experience. Whether you’re entertaining, unwinding, or exploring, this yacht offers a luxurious escape on the water.


Extra hr $600
*Wknd Minimum
About The Yacht
Need To Know
Departure Location
Food & Beverage Service
BYOB Beverage service permitted according to Provincial Regulations.
Only while docked or anchored - not underway .
Guest is responsible for fines if alcohol is consumed contrary to regulations
What To Bring

*HST and 12% Crew Service fee will be added on checkout

The Experience

Your cruise begins from Humber Bay and may be customized in discussion with your captain. A typical cruise may follow this route.

Cruising east through Humber Bay and Lake Ontario to the Toronto Harbour, we will follow the western beaches past Ontario Place and Trillium Park. On most weekends and evenings, you can enjoy watching the sailing races of all the local clubs.

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 privacy. There is a reason why we refer to this beach as Toronto’s favorite “junk yard”.

Entering the harbour through the western channel, we pass by Toronto 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. As we cruise through the Toronto Island lagoons you will enjoy the serenity of this 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 lighthouse 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.

Cruising through the eastern Toronto Harbour, we will pass through the Eastern Gap, separating the City and 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 Sea Way to Green Bay Wisconsin on Lake Superior. Other ocean ships include freighters carrying salt, from Sarnia, cement from central Canada and South American sugar.

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.

We then cruise back to Humber Bay. 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. 6 or 7hr sails may include an afternoon stop at Toronto’s eastern beaches.

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What Our Guests Say


When considering chartering a yacht in Canada, we know you have many options. Some of these options look super exciting and at ridiculously great prices. Recent trends in the industry have opened the door for many unqualified individuals to purchase boats and offer charter services to the unsuspecting public. It’s easy to create a website and even easier to just list a boat on sites such as Facebook Marketplace, Kijiji, Getmyboat, Boat Setter and many others.

Unfortunately, many of these operators are NOT licensed, insured or qualified to accept your trust on the water.

In order to be licensed and insured a number of items MUST be in place. Listed are just a few.

  • The operator must be licensed by Transport Canada with a commercial license known as either:
    – Limited Master under 60tonne.
    – Small Vessel Operators Permit (SVOP).
  • The name of the vessel must be visible on the stern (back) or the registration number beginning with the letter “C” must be visible on the side of the vessel near the front. Boats with a registration number beginning with “ON” are not licensed for passengers.
  • If the vessel is under 12m (40’) it should participate in the Transport Canada Small Vessel Compliance Program and display a “Blue Decal” and have corresponding certificate.
  • If the vessel is over 12m (40’) or carries more than 12 passengers, it MUST BE INSPECTED by Transport Canada and have an inspection certificate on board.
  • All vessels must have commercial liability insurance and coverage specifically for the number of passengers approved to be carried on board.
  • The vessel must comply with commercial safety requirements beyond recreational standards. Many of these illegal operators do not have the proper training, carry proper safety equipment, nor do their recreational boats meet the design/construction requirements of a commercial, passenger carrying vessel. These illegal operators try to stay under the radar of Police/OPP/RCMP/Transport Canada by:
  • hiding the name of their vessel by hanging items over the stern
  • not letting you know where they will have you board until just before the start of your charter.
  • pick you up at a public park (where docking is not permitted).
  • suggest to you that you are friends of the owner/operator out for a ride and not a paying customer.
  • allow you to drink alcohol while the boat is underway (illegal-same as a car) but tell you to hide your bottles etc.
  • insist on a cash transaction or part of it as a way of defrauding the internet listing company.
  • Make you sign a “Charter Agreement” just before you board without giving you details of the document beforehand.

    Over the last few years there have been a number of deaths and even more accidents resulting from these types of operators. Be safe and know who you are getting on a boat with. All licensed operators should willingly display their credentials, and most are members of the Passenger & Commercial Vessel Association (PCVA).

    Link to Global News Report on Charter Accidents

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