Membership information

1.   What do I need to do to join?

Joining is easy, you do it all online.  All you need is an email address.  The process is explained in more detail on the How to Join page.  You will need to complete the consents to the Rules and Data Policy so if you have not already done so you should read these here.

2.   What types of membership are there?

The main membership category is Individual/Family which is designated as a “bundle” of up to 3 people living at the same address and aged over 16. One member of the “bundle” is required to be the administrator, responsible for the membership fee and adding bundle members. The membership card will be issued to the administrator.

3.   How do I add additional members to my membership?

As the primary member on your membership "bundle", you will become the "Bundle Administrator". You will be asked to check your profile when you receive your welcome e-mail together with instructions on how to add up to 2 further  members who are 16 or over and live at the same address. There is no additional cost for this.

4.   How much is it to join?

The annual membership fee is currently £40 and covers up to 3 people in a bundle.

5.   How do I pay?

The club web site is linked to PayPal for financial transactions and this is the easiest way for us to collect your payment. However, if you wish you can pay by BACs transfer directly to the HYC Bank account [Sort Code: 40-22-17 Account Number: 91722840].

If you are a new berth holder and have a voucher please follow the instructions on the How to Join page.

6.   When will my membership run from and to?

We run a rolling membership so your renewal will be one year from your joining date

7.   Where do members meet?

As well as on the numerous events we organise throughout the year, members meet informally in the Hardy's Bar or on the Lightship. Committee meetings are usually held at 6:30pm on the first Friday of the month so you will often find members in the bar either before or after the meeting.

8.   What are the membership fees used for?

Our primary expenses are insurance, RYA subscription and website fees.  The balance of the fees together with some financial sponsorship from Dean & Reddyhoff is allocated throughout the year to cover event costs and subsidise some activities for members.

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