Mira Boat Club

REMINDER, PLEASE INCLUDE TAXES WHEN E-TRANSFERING PAYMENT. It is the time of year for our membership drive! New members welcome !! There are numerous activities, services and entertainment put on by the club throughout the year.
There is no need to have a boat to become a member. Membership money goes to pay expenses to keep the doors open.

Prices for membership are the following: one year $100, two-year membership $190 and 3- year membership $280 [plus taxes].
E-transfer accepted to e-mail: finance_mbc@bellaliant.com. Please include your name and address for mailing memberships.
You may also see The Bartender for memberships. Thank you in advance. 


To promote boating and other water sports so as to provide its members and guests an opportunity to participate in the Club's social activities that will benefit not only our Club, but the surrounding community.  

We are a non-profit organization, and keep The Mira Boat Club open by having our monthly fundraising events and through our membership dues.

The Mira Boat Club is a great place to come out to meet friends, new & old while enjoying great entertainment.  While abiding by provincial social distancing regulations.

Our facilities include: a Canteen, Gas pump on wharf & waste disposal station to help keep our waterways clean.  

Watch for club updates in your emails and on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/MiraBoatClub

Boating Safety

Congrats to the Mira Boat Club who worked with my office to secure much needed funding for the replacement of their pump.

The Mira River is certainly a focal point within the constituency. The boat club is also an invaluable asset in our community, congrats!

For Immediate Release

November 3, 2022

ALBERT BRIDGE -- A boating club and community centre in Albert Bridge will soon receive a significant facility upgrade thanks to support from the Houston Government, Cape Breton East MLA Brian Comer said today.

Mira Boat Club & Seniors Community Centre was awarded $4,767 towards the replacement of its sewage pump-out system.

“I’m very pleased that we’re able to offer this kind of support to our local community hubs,” said MLA Comer. “Investments like this go a long way in helping keep our community facilities functional and in good repair now and into the future.”

Mira Boat Club & Seniors Community Centre is a non-profit organization that offers guests and members access to an array of social activities and boating services. It serves communities along the Mira River and surrounding areas.

This investment was made possible through the Community Recreation Capital Grant Program, an initiative that supports the development of small-scale recreation projects under $25,000.

     Brain Comer MLA