Here is the online form for a day sailing pass, see online form.

Some rules have changed slightly so please click here to see the day pass rules.

Day passes will be in operation on all racs days. Non members who are racing will be required to purchase a day pass. The day pass will cost $15.00 with a limit of 6 day passes per annum before sailing membership is to be sought. Members of kindred clubs will also need to purchase a day pass (it is the norm at many other clubs) however there is no limit on the number of visits for kindred club members.

New -  Family Member Day Pass – 3 complimentary passes for Boat owners for family members only.

New - Commodore or Manager’s Introduction – approved visitors only by A Flag Officer/General Manager/Duty Officer.

Any non member who wants to crew on board will need to sign in and obtain the relevant colored day-pass wrist band. Spot checks will be carried out by the Club.

Club officials will be able to ask for a membership card or wrist band as proof of compliance. As the skipper, please ensure your crew is either a member or have a valid day pass as this will allow the Club to comply with the Licensing Laws and Racing Rules.

We have received many requests for Sailing Membership and encourage you to get your crew to sign up. There are three main reasons why membership compliance is important:

 1. Our liquor licencing stipulates that only members and their guests are allowed access to the Clubs premises. Violation of this requirement risks our licence and the Club’s viability.
2. Yachting Australia and therefore the Club’s rules permit a limited number of occasions where non members may race. Beyond this it is expected that membership will be sought.
3. The Club’s success relies upon us all acting to turn around the current membership decline. It is unreasonable for non members to regularly enjoy the Club’s facilities without making a contribution. 

The new permanent Sailing Membership category is a ‘value for money’ option at less than $ 13.00 per week, for those enjoying Club facilities but who do not wish to become Senior members. Your Club’s future success depends upon all members particularly skippers to now encourage non members to do the right thing.