Information for Prospective Members

Full Membership to the club is open to any boat owner who meets the conditions laid down in the Club's Constitution and Rules. Full Members can take part in all Club social and cruising events, have access to the Club's premises, including the Workshop and Clubhouse, can be elected to the Club's governing Committee, and may moor their boats permanently in St. Pancras Yacht Basin (subject to availability of mooring space). Full Members pay a joining fee of £15 and an annual fee of £75 and are expected to contribute at least 30 hours each year towards maintenance and similar work for the Club.

Full Members of the Club are expected to participate in the Club's activities throughout the year as well as making their contribution to Club maintenance. All candidates for Full Membership are required to attend at least one weekend work party, at least three Club nights (Wednesday evening, Sunday lunchtime or other Club social event), and one club cruise before their application will be considered by the Committee. In addition all candidates for Membership are interviewed by the Committee at a regular Committee meeting, usually on a Thursday evening.

Associate Membership is open to any non-boat owner who meets the conditions laid down in the Club's Constitution and Rules. Associate Members can take part in all Club social and cruising events, have access to the Club's premises, including the Workshop and Clubhouse, and can be elected to the Club's governing Committee. Associate Members who become boat owners may transfer to Full Membership and may then moor their boats permanently in St. Pancras Yacht Basin (subject to availability of mooring space). Associate Members pay a joining fee of £10 and an annual fee of £35 and are expected to contribute at least 30 hours each year towards maintenance and similar work for the Club.

Associate Members are also expected to participate in the Club's activities throughout the year as well as making their contribution to Club maintenance. All candidates for Associate Membership are required to attend at least one weekend work party, at least three Club nights (Wednesday evening, Sunday lunchtime or other Club social event), and one club cruise, before their application will be considered by the Committee.In addition all candidates for Membership are interviewed by the Committee at a regular Committee meeting, usually on a Thursday evening.  Applications must be proposed and seconded by two Full or Associate Members of the Club.

Permanent moorings in St. Pancras Yacht Basin are only available to Full Members, subject to availability.

The club has two other classes of membership, Honorary Membership and Country Membership, which are by invitation only.

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