Membership and Mooring Application
Read the following important information before completing the online application below
All applicants will be considered by the Board of Directors and notified of the Board's decision within 2-4 weeks of submission. If further information is required, you will be contacted. Senior Voting and Family Voting membership applications will be interviewed by a member of the Board prior to full approval.
By submitting the application below, if accepted as a member, you agree to pay the required fees and to observe the constitution and by-laws and regulations of the Club until such time that your written resignation is accepted by the Board. You will be invoiced when your application is approved and all fees ongoing are due when accounts are rendered (statements are sent out to members). In addition, you agree to participate on work parties, duty officer assignments and other volunteer activities.
Wet Mooring Size Limitations
Sailboats (Mono Hulls only) - Length** 34', Beam 11'0", Draft 5'6"
Power Boats - Length** 34', Beam 12'0", Draft 3'0"
**Requests for variances on larger boats must be discussed with the Harbour Master.
**Length excludes swim ladders, O/B, rudders, pulpits, and bow sprits unless excessive but includes moulded parts of the boat.
"Working Members' Club"
Shortly after your application is received, you will receive an email with a link to a skills/expertise inventory which is used to collect skills that member's have to offer to support the Club. Your application will be considered after you have submitted the application as well as the skills inventory.
New Member Orientation
As a welcomed member of the Club, we'll start you off right with orientation to the Club, how it works, what it has to offer and introductions. The New Member Orientation page has more details.
Prospective members are reminded that evidence of adequate personal comprehensive liability insurance must be presented to the Membership Committee on the acceptance of their application for membership.
Club Liability Waiver
Each member of the Club shall bring his/her watercraft, motor vehicle, person, personal chattels, guests or otherwise upon the Club premises, water area or mooring at his/her own risk to fire, theft, accident, collision, or otherwise. Members specifically waive any liability or responsibility of themselves or their family, guests, crew or visitors and for any aforesaid ownership against the Club, or its directors or committees, or any member thereof, accepting the conditions of the Club's premises, buildings, grounds, walks, moorings, watercraft, and other facilities as is.
Brockville Yacht Club
Membership & Mooring Application