We welcome potential new members at any time of the year. If you are considering joining the club the best time to visit is on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings from around 6pm during the sailing season from April to September. We also have an open day in April where you can come along and meet other members, have a tour of the facilities and have a taster session on the water. You can also contact the club commodore, Inga Ovenstone, or treasurer, Matt Dent if you would like more information about our club facilities at other times. You don’t have to be interested in sailing to be a boat club member, we welcome all boat users to join the club and use our facilities whether you enjoy sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding or rowing. The club house is available to members and there is a compound for the purpose of storing members boats. The one absolute restriction on use of the compound is that it is for craft that are in active use and it is not just used as a storage facility.
The subscription year runs from 1st January to 31st December.
Fees are due 1st January 2024.
Junior - £15
Adult - £75
Family - £95
Club membership benefits;
Use the clubhouse for changing etc
Storage space in the boat compound, space permitting (the compound is not for long term storage of boats or those not in a sailable condition)
Access to club instruction programs
All moorings in the firth are a private matter for the boat owner.
The IBC Mooring guide can be obtained from the Documents section
Clubhouse keys are available at for a £5 deposit. The compound is surrounded by a wire fence and has a padlocked main gate.
Should you wish to join please contact either Inga (email@example.com) or Matt (firstname.lastname@example.org).