One of the services KPSS provides is an annual (free) Recreational Vessel Courtesy Check (RVCC) of the required safety equipment for your boat. The requirements are published by Transport Canada in the Safe Boating Guide. The check requires a visit to your boat by one of our trained specialists and takes about 30 minutes to complete. If you have the required equipment aboard, we are able to issue a decal that can be displayed on you boat. Authorities (RCMP. OPP, CBSA) will be able to see that you have had a courtesy check this year.

If you would like to arrange for one of our specialists to meet you at your boat, please complete the form below or send an email to our RVCC Coordinator, kps.rvcc@gmail.com.  Let KPSS help keep you safe.

Your Name: *
Location of Boat
Type and Length of Boat eg. 40' Power Yacht
Email: *
Phone: eg.(xxx)xxx-xxxx

Preferred Date & Time of Check  

Additional Message and Comments

2017 Specialists & Locations

Location/Area Contact
Treasure Island Marina

Bill Corcoran, Tamara Ferris

613 536 5367

Collins Bay Marina/Yacht Club

Marina/Yacht Club Event: June 17, 2017

Richard Dickson

Mike Willis-O'Connor

Sharbot & Eagle Lake

Stephen Duggan
Westport & Portland

Bob Weir

Bruce Harris

Lyndhurst, Gananoque & Rockport

Ed Lowans

Stephen Duggan

CFB Kingston Yacht Club

Mike Hill 613 767 7446

Portsmouth Olympic Harbour

Peter French 613 650 1614

Kingston Yacht Club

Mike Einsprenner

Peter Fedora

Confederation Basin Marina

Pat Chandler 613 540 4131

Mike Willis-O'Connor

On the Water

Bob McGill

Philip Bird