The club is an open club and new members will be made welcome at any time.

Click here to download the Club Handbook

Click here to download the Membership Application Pack in MS Word or PDF format.

Prospective new members may obtain an application pack from the Clubhouse during opening hours or may download a copy using the links above. Alternatively, they may contact the membership secretary at to receive a copy via email.  The applicant should complete the forms and return to the membership secretary together with the appropriate payment as detailed in the application pack.  Please allow 4 weeks for new membership processing.

The current fee structure is set out in the tables below. The membership year runs from 1 April to 31 March.  The fee for new members joining after 30th September is reduced by 30%.  New members joining between 1st January and 31st March should pay the membership fee for the following season.  They benefit from 15 months membership for the price of 12.

Any renewing member not paying their renewal fees by 1st April will cease to be a member.


Membership Class Annual Fee 2019/2020 Season 2019/2020 Fee After 30th September 2019
(permits storage of actively used boat(s) on club grounds*)
£210 £147
Joint Sailing
(permits storage of actively used boat(s) on club grounds)
£274 £192
Family Sailing
(permits storage of actively used boat(s) on club grounds*)
£333 £233
(permits storage of actively used boat(s) on club grounds*)
£2,100 £2,100

For sailing members from the ages of 8 up to 21. Junior members under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or other responsible adult while on club premises.

(permits storage of actively used boat(s) on club grounds*)

£61 £43
Non-sailing £63 £44
Joint Non-sailing £108 £76
Outport £26 £18

*Boat storage is at the discretion of the Management Team and subject to the Terms & Conditions set out in Appendix 1 of the Club Handbook.

Renewing members may pay via standing order.  Details here.

The club has a policy of offering value for money memberships and keeping the costs of entry to the sport low. It is able to do this through a fleet of dinghies which has been funded by financial contributions from a number of supporters and the volunteer efforts of our members. All members are expected to volunteer their services at some point during the year. Our Volunteer Charter sets out what the club expects from its members and how it will support and encourage them in return.  It also gives some examples of volunteering activities.