Membership of Port Edgar Yacht Club is open to anyone. Membership runs from 1 April to 31 March. There is no waiting list or interview procedure. If you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership of PEYC gives discounts on training courses at Port Edgar Watersports
Membership Rates for 2021 for payment by direct debit are below but there is a 50% discount on these rates until December 2021. This is only available for payment by direct debit:
First Year Racing Member – Racing and cruising in dinghies and yachts at Port Edgar. £75
Racing Member – £135
Cruising Member – Club cruises and race up to 4 times a year. £55
Berth Holder Cruising Membership – For yacht owners with berths at Port Edgar and entitles you to join cruises. £30
First Year Family Member – One adult can race and cruise and the other cruise. Children up to age 18 can race and cruise. £100
Family Member – £160
Student – £30
Junior (u18) – No charge but at least one parent must be a member.
The Membership Secretary and Treasurer have discretion to make concessions in hardship cases, or in cases where a parent is joining solely in order that a child can have Junior membership.
Our standard and strongly preferred method of paying subscriptions is by Direct Debit through a financial services provider called Gocardless.
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 on the direct debit rates, and the late season discount is not available.
If you have any queries about joining, or if paying our subscription rates would cause you hardship, please contact email@example.com
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.
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.
Conditions of membership are:
- Acceptance of points (a-i) in the Risk Statement in RYA Addendum A to the RRS Appendix J
- Acceptance of the Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-20, the current PEYC Sailing Instructions and the rules of Port Edgar YC
- Agreement to carry out allocated Race Officer duties
- For boat owners confirmation that they will have third party liability insurance of at least £2M while racing.