Joining or renewing membership

Membership Rates for 2020 for payment by direct debit are as follows:

First Year Racing Member – This entitles you to race and cruise in dinghies and yachts at Port Edgar. £75
Racing Member – £135
Cruising Member – This entitles you to join club cruises and race up to 4 times a year. £55
Berth Holder Cruising Membership – This is for yacht owners with berths at port Edgar and entities you to join cruises. £30
First Year Family Member – £100 – This entitles one adult to race and cruise and the other to only cruise. Children up to the age of …. can race and cruise.
Family Member – £160
Student – £30 If you are in full time education then you can race and cruise.
Junior – No charge but at least one parent must be a member and entitles the junior to race and cruise.

There is a first year discount for racing and family membership.

For the remainder of 2020, a discount of 50% is being given on first time racing membership (reduced to £37.50 with the member being able to pay only first time racing subs in 2021 too), cruising membership (£27.50) and student membership (£15) paid by Direct Debit.

if you want to know more about the membership options click here  or email

Our standard and strongly preferred method of paying subscriptions is by Direct Debit through a financial services provider called Gocardless.

Click here to pay by direct debit.

If necessary for some reason, you can also join or renew membership by card payment or BACS transfer through our online shop but, as this causes us more administrative effort, we charge an additional £5 a year.

Click here to pay through the online shop.

If you have any queries about joining, or if paying our  subscription rates would cause you hardship, please contact peycwelcome@gmail,com

Data Protection

Port Edgar Yacht Club will only use any personal data that you provide for running the club and will not pass that information to any third party.

Risk Statement

if you intend to partipate in racing at Port Edgar Yacht Club you should be aware of the Royal Yachting Association’s risk statement. Rule 4 of the Racing Rules of Sailing states: ‘The responsibility for a boat’s decision to participate in a race or continue racing is hers alone’. Sailing is by its nature an unpredictable sport and therefore involves an element of risk. Competitors are referred to the Risk Statement in the PEYC Notice of Race and Entry form.