Security Cameras
The Club has several cameras around the site that are for security purposes. These can be viewed remotely through the web as per the following instructions.


Smartphone/Tablet Setup

To set up access from your smartphone or tablet

setup, do the following:

1. Install the free FLIR Cloud app from the App Store

or Google Play Store.

2. Open the app, (There is no ned to sign up for an account, but you have to agree to the terms and conditions)

3. Tap icon for ‘Live View’ and tap + sign on device

list. (iOS users tap ‘DVR/NVR/IP Camera)

Input Device ID - for NBYC this is: lhv78787a5f5

Client Port (already set to): 35000

Default User name: admin

Password: NBYC18

4. Tap: Connect

PC/Mac Setup

PC Users:

1. Download and install the FLIR Cloud CMS


2. Once installation is finished, double-click the FLIR

Cloud Client icon on the desktop or Applications


3. Log into the software using the user name

[default:admin] and password [default:admin]

and then click Login

4. Click ‘Devices’

5. Click ‘Manual Add’

6. Enter the following information:

Device Name: NBYC

Device ID: lhv78787a5f5

Client Port: default is 35000

User Name: default is ‘admin

Password: NBYC18

7. Click ‘ADD’ then ‘Live View’

8. Click and drag ‘Default Group’ to the display

window to open your cameras in live view.


Canadian Power Squadron  (CPS)
Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons is dedicated to enhancing the safety of boating by educating and promoting safety awareness to the boating public. It is a non profit organization that has been connecting boaters for 70 years and continues to play a major role in Canadian boating culture. They are a nationwide organization of recreational boating enthusiasts with over 40,000 active members.
The North Bay Squadron is an active division of CPS and publishes a quarterly news letter. This has lots of new and relevant safety information.
Mast Crane Training
In order to increase the safety and reduce liability to the club, this year it will be mandatory to have
someone on each crew who puts up a mast to have taken the crane training session.
A brief primer on this is available here