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We are always keen to welcome new members of all ages and experience levels. We are an active voluntary club, with a wide range of members with varying interests and we welcome membership enquiries from potential new members.

Our Membership Secretary will be pleased to answer any queries you may have about membership.


To apply for membership in any adult category, please complete the appropriate application form from the list below. For all adult membership categories, you will also need to find two club members to support your application and get them to sign the form. Please submit the completed form to the Membership Secretary and make your payment when requested. The completed application form will be displayed on the Club notice board for two weeks, and will then be formally approved by the main committee at its next monthly meeting, assuming there have been no objections.

For cadet memberships ONLY, please send your completed form to and we will then contact you to finalise your membership and to ask you to make payment.

Membership Classes

Ordinary membership covers voting, sailing, and social rights for one adult.

Family Membership includes voting rights for two adult members, and social and sailing rights for parents and all dependent children. Dependent children include children whose maximum age shall be nineteen on the 1st January of the year of membership, or children up to the age of 25 on the 1st January of the year of membership who are still in full time education.

Cadets are individual junior sailors between 8 and age 19 on 1st January of the year of membership

Young ordinary members are those whose age is between 20 and 25 on 1st January of the year of membership.

Clubhouse members may participate socially, but may not vote and may not take part in sailing activities.

Overseas members have the same rights as Clubhouse members when in the country.

A more detailed definition of membership classes can be found in our constitution which is available to download from here


There are five classes of membership with different rates. The club operates a modest levy to finance capital projects. Where applicable, this levy is included in the fees listed below.

In the first year no levy is charged.

Membership Type


Year 1

Year 2 &

following years

Ordinary Member



Senior Ordinary Member



Young Ordinary Member



Family Member



Senior Family Member



Cadet Member



Clubhouse Member



Overseas Member



Ongoing sail training for adult members is provided by qualified instructors throughout the season through our weekly on the water SkillBuild sessions. These SkillBuild sessions assist sailors to become competent and confident to helm a small sailboat. This training is currently provided by the club free of charge to members. The Club has a fleet of small sailboats that are made available free of charge to sailors while they progress through this skill-building stage.

After this skill-building stage, a member may secure a crewing slot with another member or may choose to buy a sailboat alone or in partnership with other members.

We have two boat pens for dinghies and cruisers. Sailboat storage is available to club members only and must be re-applied for annually. Permission to store a Boat is given for the currrent season, subject to full payment of subscriptions.

Clubhouse and Overseas members cannot apply for Boat Storage.

If you are interested in joining, please contact us.


Last updated 14:11 on 4 May 2024

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