Hobson's Bay Yacht Club has may types of membership, some are listed below HERE is more information.
Senior Members are boat owners and crews of boats. Elected Senior Members form the General Committee and other sub-committees.
Senior members are entitled to all the privileges of the club.
The acceptance of families and particularly children, into the club has been a special feature
of Hobson's Bay Yacht Club. Family members are entitled to all the privileges of the club.
Crew members have access to club facilities as determined by the Committee and shall take an active role as a Crew member
in sailing events. However, they cannot take on an official role in the club or have any voting rights.
Those over the age of 8 years and under 15 years Cadet members shall be nominated by a
Senior member. They have the opportunity to sail in Cadet Dinghies provided and maintained by the Club. Training programs operated by Senior Members teach the
theory and practice of sailing and seamanship. Cadet sailors are not necessarily children of club members.
Those over the age of 15 years and under 21 years.
Social Members are usually associates of Members who visit the Club frequently. They may race up to six times a year.
Members of the public may become social Members and they are given the opportunity to sail as an introduction to the sport.
Membership Fees, 2012-13 -
|Junior Membership 15-21yo
|More information on fees here