Become A Member
Once you have purchased your membership you will need to fill out this form, it will be emailed to you but you can also access it here:
Renew your membership for 2022 preferably by using the above method, or here is the old style membership renewal form:
New members are always welcome and there are grades of membership to suit most requirements – individual sailing, family, joint, social and student.
Sailing (one person over 18)
Joint (two people living at the same address)
Family (one or two parents plus children [5-25])
Student (Person aged 16-25 in full time education)
Social (one person who does not do any boating activity)
Reduced rates are available for registered unemployed – contact the membership secretary for information.
Parking for one boat is included in the membership fee, subject to boat park availability.
Additional Dinghy Parking
Additional Canoe Parking
Junior Dinghy Parking
Early payment discount of 10% is available on membership fees paid before 15th March.
Prospective members are requested to complete the membership application form. We are keen to see if you have any skills such as running the bar, doing the books etc, that you might be prepared to share with us. The club has a Child Protection Policy in accordance with RYA guidelines and so the Committee would like to know of those willing to be police checked and help with the growing number of junior events held at the club.
You can purchase your membership through the website or membership application forms are available in the clubhouse, from the Membership Secretary or from this website.
Once you have paid your membership please ensure you check your SPAM folder and fill out the form you will be sent before we will be able to contact you regarding your membership!
Once received you will be sent a membership pack which will include an events programme, the club’s rules and some guidelines which will help you to enjoy the club to the full, together with a boat parking sticker where appropriate.
Sailing experience is not essential as some form of training is generally available. It is also not essential to have your own boat as there is often the opportunity to crew for other members and the club owns a number of boats available for use by members. Ideally though it is hoped that most members will ultimately buy their own boat after a few years, for then the club boats can be used by other, newer members.