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Membership Levels

Brockville Yacht Club offers a variety of membership options. We look forward to welcoming you into our community. For more information about the types of membership available, refer below to the details of each membership type so that you can choose the one that is right for you and how you plan to use the Club facilities.

 
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Senior Member

A Senior Member shall be 18 years of age or more shall enjoy all the facilities and privileges of the Club and shall be eligible to hold office and entitled to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.

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Family

A family membership shall consist of a Senior Member, spouse and any children less than 18 years of age.  The Senior Member shall enjoy all the facilities and privileges of the Club, and shall be eligible to hold office and entitled to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.  The spouse shall enjoy all the facilities of the Club except the wet mooring of a boat thereat but shall not be entitled to vote at any meeting of members of the Club, except in the absence of the Senior Member, the spouse may exercise the Senior Member’s voting privileges at any meeting of members of the Club.  Either the Senior Member or the spouse shall be eligible to hold office. The children under 18 years of age shall enjoy the facilities and privileges as defined for Junior Member. Upon reaching 18 years of age, a child of a Family Member must become an Intermediate Member or a Senior Member or must leave the Club.

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Intermediate

An Intermediate Member shall be at least 18 years of age and not more than 21 years of age, except that a student in full-time and continuous attendance at any school or university, may hold intermediate membership, notwithstanding that he/she has attained 21 years of age.  An Intermediate Member shall be entitled only to dry sailing privileges for the operation of his/her own boat but shall otherwise be entitled to enjoy all facilities of the Club but shall not be entitled to hold office or to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.

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Junior

A Junior Member shall be less than 18 years of age and shall be entitled only to dry sailing privileges for the operation of his/her own boat but otherwise shall be entitled to enjoy all the facilities of the Club, except those posted, but shall not be entitled to hold office or to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.

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Senior Associate

A Senior Associate Member shall be 18 years of age or more and shall be entitled to enjoy all the facilities of the Club except wet mooring or dry sailing privileges but shall not be entitled to hold office or to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.

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Family Associate

A family associate membership shall consist of a Senior Associate Member, spouse and any children under 18 years of age, each of whom shall be entitled to enjoy all the facilities of the Club except wet mooring or dry sailing privileges required for the operation of his/her/their own boat(s) thereat, but shall not be entitled to hold office or to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.

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Sustaining

SUSTAINING MEMBER - a Sustaining Member is one who has been a Senior Member in good standing and desires to become temporarily inactive while retaining a connection with the Club.  A Sustaining Member shall have the same rights and privileges as privileged persons and visitors but shall not be entitled to hold office or vote at any meeting of members of the Club. A Sustaining Member may revert to Senior Membership by paying all current membership fees.

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Non-Resident

A Non-Resident Member is one who resides more than sixty kilometers in direct line from the Clubhouse.  A Non-Resident Member shall be entitled to use the Club for social activities only but shall not be entitled to hold office or to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.

The following two membership levels are awarded by appointment by the Directors of the Club.

An Honorary Member shall be appointed as such by the directors of the Club in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the welfare of the Club.  The appointment shall be for a term to expire at the next Annual General Meeting.  An Honorary Member and spouse shall enjoy all the facilities of the Club but shall not be entitled to hold office or to vote at any meeting of members of the Club.


An Honorary Life Member shall be appointed as such by the directors of the Club in special recognition of an outstanding long-term contribution, or a single extraordinary contribution to the welfare of the Club.  The appointment shall be for life.  An Honorary Member and spouse shall enjoy the privileges of a Senior or Family member. 

Refer to the Club bylaws for more detail on honorary memberships.