to become a member, and you do not have to own a boat. If you are a single
adult, you are eligible for membership.|
Join as a casual
member for $10.00 per meeting at the door or join as an annual
member for $150.00.
There is no charge for boat trips. Typically the club holds a dance on the
second Monday of each month . Occasionally this
will change so check out the
calendar  to keep current. At each meeting, announcements will be made about upcoming
club events. At the end of the meeting, individual skippers will introduce
themselves and their boats and talk about their planned trip. After the meeting
you will have the opportunity to sign up with the skipper of your choice.
You will get additional information about the trip and what to bring.
Don't miss the Monday night
to sign up for boat trips and other activities.
Why become a member?
- The costs are much lower to attend meetings and dances
- You receive regular updates to the contact names and emails for the other annual
- You have the right to contact Skippers and ask for boat rides
- You receive weekly email updates on all social activities as well as on the
- You can make long range plans for cruising all over the waterways of the
Northwest and Canada's inland passage in the summers
|Annual dues are $150 per year.
Annual members get into all meetings and most dances for no additional charge.|
|Members who have been voted into
the club by the Board as "Club Skippers" are Annual members in good standing as
long as they file 25 or more crew trips wtih the Fleet Captain during their
|Casual dues are $10 per meeting
night and $15 on dance nights. These members have a one-week membership.|
Past Commodores are members “in perpetuity” per our By-Laws, because of their
prior service to the club as a Commodore. The cost of these memberships: Priceless. |
Associate Members are those who met and married their spouse during their
membership in club prior to the marriage. Annual dues are
$150 per year for each Associate Member.|