Membership Fees for 2020
Family Sailing membership £178
Individual Sailing membership £121
Student membership – Age *18 – *under\25 £42
Cadet membership - Age *16 –* under\18 £37
*Age at the start of the club year. Under 16 junior membership is only available as part of a family membership or attached to an Individual Sailing membership.
Fees apply to calendar year commencing 1st January, with an initial deduction for months prior to joining.
Loch Earn Sailing Club has adopted direct debits as the required payment method. (either twelve monthly debits commencing 1st January or optionally a single annual debit on 1st March)
Upon joining, a probationary period one calendar year applies.
Your application to join will be considered at the next General Committee meeting.
(Usually held monthly Jan –Oct).
Receipt of your application will be confirmed either by email or by phone.
Camping Plot Weekend Week
A single “Camping Plot” shall be adequate for a typical medium sized tent, campervan or caravan without an awning. An additional plot must be booked for an awning, gazebo or when bringing a larger tent. All camping shall be booked in advance via the Caravan Convenor or Committee.
Engraved Identity Tags are required for each item being stored on site except boats on tagged trolleys or on mooring. All fees shall be collected via the club online direct debits. £5 one-off charge per tag.
Winter Storage (not removed by date of AGM)
Higher charge £95
Lower charge £37
Summer Storage for craft requiring, but not put onto, mooring.
Charged weekly by direct debit from 1st June at £10.25 per week until the craft is put onto a mooring or until eighteen payments, whichever the sooner.
Winter Storage is applied to craft not removed by AGM. The full amount will be charged on 1st December. For craft over 18 foot in hull length or assembled multi-hulls, the higher charge applies, otherwise the lower charge applies.
All fees shall be collected via the club online direct debits.
As we are a “Members” Club and do NOT employ any paid staff, it is up to the individual member to contribute to the overall running of the Club.
As a sailing and racing club, we require those participating to fulfil some “Race Duties” during the season to ensure we are all able to race.
We try to meet your specific needs by allocating you to duties and days when you are likely to be available.
Regular racing sailors should anticipate undertaking THREE duties per season with casual/ leisure sailors undertaking TWO duties such as OOD, Assistant-Flags, Rescue Boat Driver, Rescue Boat Assist etc
The club and its members uses both still and moving photography for training, promotional, and social record purposes. Unless you object in writing to the committee it will be assumed that you consent to the taking and use of these photographs.
Junior members and guests (under 18’s) Notice
No junior member may stay on Club premises or participate on the water except under the supervision of an adult member present at the club.
All areas in and around the clubhouse and the field are out of bounds to junior members after 11:00pm unless accompanied by an adult member.
The consumption of alcohol by juniors is considered to be illegal. Any junior found consuming alcohol (and any member supplying to juniors) on Club premises will be subject to disciplinary measures which may extend to the loss of their Club membership.