- Annual Dues: $600
- Initiation Fee: $2,500
- Mooring Debenture: $600 (Refundable*)
- Building Debenture: $2,000 (Refundable*)
- Summer Mooring: $1.30/sq. ft. (e.g. 10 ft. x 30 ft. boat = $390)
- Winter Storage**: $1.50/sq. ft. (10 ft. x 30 ft. = $450)
*The debentures are refundable following notification in writing to the club of the member's decision to resign membership and will be redeemed in the order of the waiting list as each new senior member is accepted.
**Winter storage includes lifting out and launching on the days the club brings in a mobile crane.
The Alexandra Yacht Club is a self-help club, which means that we do all our own maintenance, upkeep and repairs. All senior members must contribute a minimum of 16 work hours per fiscal year (October 31).
For more membership information contact the Membership Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Annual Dues: $250.00
- Initiation Fee: $200.00
- HST: $58.50
- TOTAL: $508.50
A Cheque in the amount of $5,700 ($2,500 initiation fee + $600 yearly membership dues + $2,600 debentures) + HST + Summer Mooring Fees will be requested on approval of membership.
After the first year costs will be annual membership dues, summer mooring and winter storage fees.
"Associate Membership" is available to existing senior members who wish to retire from boat ownership but wish to maintain some involvement with club activities.
"Associate Membership" is also available to crew members of senior members who race; immediate family members of senior members and friends of senior members who actively sail with the senior member.
"Associate Members" are required to contribute a minimum of 4 work hours per year toward club maintenance during the season.
"Associate Members" cannot use a senior member's vessel without the senior member onboard.
"Associate Members" have access to the club house, our club's social and racing activities.
"Associate Membership" does not guarantee a road to senior membership nor can an associate member bring his or her vessel into the club without becoming a senior member first.