Event Details


Sailing Cruise

3:00 PM.

Buffet Dinner

6:30 PM

Dinner selection includes vegetables, salad, fruit, bread, chicken, pasta and salmon. Soft drinks, water, coffee and tea are also included. (Alcoholic beverages can be purchased.) If you have special dietary needs, please let us know.


$40 Tickets

We encourage you to donate a second ticket in addition to buying your own so we can donate a ticket to a burn survivor, their family or burn care professional. The goal is to have 70 paid tickets and have 70 donated tickets.

$20 Tickets

For hospital guests and burn survivors.

Donations are welcome!

The event sold out in 2015. Tickets for this year’s event are going fast.

Getting Ready

If you’re sailing wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes and have sunscreen.

Always follow the instructions of your captain during the sail. Sailboat and guest assignments will be provided upon registration.

Please note: Hats are not permitted in the restaurant.

Feature of the Night:


Read about the band here.



Guest Speakers



Neill MacMillan

Commodore, the National Yacht Club

The National Yacht Club is one of Canada’s oldest yacht clubs, located in the heart of the Toronto. Commodore MacMillan is chair of the club and a proud sponsor of this event. http://www.thenyc.com/ about_directors.php?sub=4

Karen Smith

Patient Care Manager, Ross Tilley Burn Centre

Karen worked at the Ross Tilley Burn Centre (RTBC) at the Wellesley Hospital in 1985. In 1992 Karen moved to Markham Stouffville Hospital where she was a Patient Care Coordinator in the Surgical Program until 1998. Karen returned to the Burn Centre as the manager of the RTBC and is also the co-lead of the Critical Care Response Team. In 2008 Karen obtained her Masters of Health Studies from Athabasca University. Karen is an active and long standing member of the Canadian Burn Nurses Association (CABN) since its inception in 1989, and has been an active member of the American Burn Association.

http://sunnybrook.ca/content/?page=ross- tilley-burn-centre




Guest Speaker: Prince Amponsah

Burn survivor, aspiring educator and motivator.

Prince is originally from Ghana but was raised in Canada since he was a young child. He now hopes to use his experiences to help others in the field of social work.