Harbourfront Centre Sailing & Powerboating Coupons and Deals
Until the personal watercraft was invented, mankind's only hope for summer fun involved competitive sunburning and watching flowers die. Make the outdoors great with this Groupon. $29.99 for Pleasure Craft Operator Card (Up to $55.37 Value) The Pleasure Craft Operator Card grants boaters of power-driven vessels to steer freely through the waters. To get the card, you’ll take a multiple-choice exam accredited by the Canadian Coast Guard and issued by the Canadian Yachting Association. After passing the exam, you’ll receive the operator card, which you must carry with you whenever operating a boat.
The Fine Print
Includes a choice of the following: OPTION 1: Two-Hour Rental of a Paradise F13 Mini Powerboat ($155 Value) OPTION 2: Pleasure Craft Operator Card ($55 Value) Max 2 per person. Unlimited as gifts. By reservation. Please call (416) 203-3000 for reservations. Must be 21 or older with a valid driverâs license or 18 or older with a Pleasure Craft Operator card. International driver's licenses are accepted. Subject to weather conditions. A complete comprehensive rental boat safety checklist will be undertaken covering P.C.O.C requirements at no additional cost. Valid from Monday - Sunday (9am - 8pm). $25 Transfer Fees will be charged to change booking date. Any cancellations due to weather changes will be honoured with no transfer fee to reschedule booking within the season. Taxes not included and must be paid when making bookings. Cannot be redeemed before August 15, 2013.
Just because the summer is coming to a close doesn't mean the good times have to end! Get out on the water for an exciting experience with today's deal from Harbourfront Centre Sailing and Powerboating: $69 for a Two-Hour Rental of a Paradise F13 Mini Powerboat ($155 Value) $30 for a Pleasure Craft Operator Card ($55 Value) Step into the Paradise F13, Harbourfront Centre Sailing and Powerboating's most accessible watercraft and be prepared for fun on the water in the heart of our city. This sleek-looking power boat houses two adults and one small child and zips them across the glass-like water of Lake Ontario. While in this pleasure craft, boaters will be able to see unobstructed sights of the city from the water, as well as the great sight. Those willing to skip the power boat session can also opt for today's second option, which entitles purchasers to a pleasure craft operator card. This handy certification is a requirement by Transport Canada.