Individual Sailing and Fishing – any member of the club aged 18 or over.
Family Sailing and Fishing – any member, his or her partner and any children under the age of 18 years, or, young person in full time education under 25.
Junior – any member under the age of 18 who joins the club other than as a family member. Junior members need to be sponsored by a member of the club who is able to take responsibility for them when they are on site (often a parent who may join as a social member). Junior members under 16 need written consent from their parent or guardian.
Student (18-24 years) – any young person in full time education.
Social – non sailing membership may be granted to individuals to support the activities of the club.
Senior – a member whose main source of income is State Retirement Pension and has been a club member for the preceding five years Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Block member – block membership may be granted to any bona fide organised group of individuals who are interested in the sport of sailing and racing. Contact: email@example.com
24 hour access to secure clubhouse and grounds every day of the year.
Sailing available every day of the year.
Fully equipped bar and kitchen on formal club activity and racing days.
Mini kitchen always available, as are social areas and changing facilities.
Disabled access and facilities.
TV and internet coverage.
RYA courses for members including sailing and safety boat duties.
Established programmes for junior sailors.
Safety boat cover for all formal water based activities.
Access to a variety of club boats that members can borrow for a small fee. (No payment for juniors attending activities organised by the club).
Getting involved Haversham Sailing Club is run by volunteers, therefore the success of the club depends entirely upon the commitment and enthusiasm of its members. We ask all our members to commit up to 4 days a year helping out with important duties. Members may choose from the following roles:
Race Officer – after training given by the club, the race officer organises and runs races.
Race Assistant – helps the Race Officer to run the races. Training is on the job. This is a great way to meet other members and find out more about sailing.
Safety Boat Helm and Safety Boat Crew – these roles are for club members who have powerboat or safety boat qualifications or experience, or are prepared to undertake formal training.
Galley (bar and kitchen) – this involves preparing and serving food at lunchtime on Sundays and occasional Saturdays throughout the year.
There are numerous other opportunities to become involved with the club including helping out at Spring and Autumn work parties, undertaking training to drive the weed boat, becoming an Instructor or joining one of the committee groups which manage different aspects of the club.