There are several types of memberships at ABYC:
Senior members, in addition to being able to use all the club facilities, are entitled to have a boat at ABYC (docked or dry sailed powerboat or keelboat, sailing dinghy, paddle-board, or kayak), can vote on club business, and are also entitled to run for a position on the board. A Senior membership is a family membership and includes spouse and children.
Junior members may use all the club facilities (barring any legal age requirements) and may have a sailing dinghy, paddle-board, or kayak at the club. A junior member must be 29 years of age or less on January 1st; after being a junior member for 5 continuous years a Junior member will have the initiation fee waved should they choose to become a senior member. A junior member cannot vote on club business, nor hold a position on the board. A junior membership is an individual membership.
Associate (Crew) members are entitled to use the Club facilities, crew on racing boats, and are eligible to apply for the Co-op Sailing Program. Associates may have a sailing dinghy, paddle-board, or kayak at the club. An Associate member cannot vote on club business, nor hold a position on the board. An Associate membership is an individual membership and does not include other family members, however, the spouse of an Associate member can join at a reduced fee.
Membership types, names, fees and conditions may change without prior notice as a result of annual reviews and meetings held in late January or early February. Please refer to the latest Membership Fee Structure for more details.
In addition to membership types, several payment plans are available. Please call the office for complete details.
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