In order that your application can be processed, please complete form below as fully as possible.
You will be expected to contribute some of your time, effort or skill to support the club. If you feel all you want is somewhere to berth your boat and are not prepared to help out with the running of the club, then is probably not the right club for you.
If you require any further information or help, have a look around our website as most answers can be found here. Alternatively ask one or our members or email the relevant club officer with your enquiry.
Becoming a member does not automatically allow you to berth your boat the club. We currently operate a waiting list for moorings and when there is great demand, it can take a few years to get to the top of the list. Should you wish to enquire about mooring your boat at the club, please contact the club Moorings Officer who will be pleased to advise you regarding availability of berths.
Note:Allocated berths are only available to Single or Family members, not Crew members.
There are three types of membership:
|Single Membership||£30||One person over the age of 18|
|Family Membership||£35||Two adults living together with or without children under the age of 18|
|Crew Membership||£30||Available for the crew of existing boat owning members|
Fees Payable on joining: includes annual membership fees plus joining fee
|Site Development Fund||£100||Payable on joining, but refunded on resigning from the club|
No Joining Fee or Site Development Fund is required for Crew Membership
Proposer and Seconder
The proposer must offer a written/emailed submission to the committee in favour of the applicant and we would draw your attention to Rule 1.3.3:
“No member may propose or second a candidate for membership until the proposer and seconder are currently and have been fully paid up members for the preceding two years from the date of acceptance”.
If either the proposer or the seconder are committee members it would be helpful if they could attend the meeting at which the proposal will be discussed.