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Membership Types

Regular Membership 

Any person 21 years of age or over. Regular Members may:


 Serve as an officer, director and/or committee chairman or member

Vote on matters on which members have voting rights

Use the Club facilities subject to the Club rules and have priority over other classes of membership with respect to unassigned moorings

Be held by only one person except that a married couple may jointly hold a Regular Membership 





Yachting Membership 

Any person at least 18 years of age and not older than 27 years 6 months.


The yachting member has all the privileges of a regular member except no equity in the Club, no voting privileges and is ineligible to hold an office.

A person who holds a yachting membership must actively participate in sailing events

When sailing as a skipper in any regatta, a yachting member must enter under the ABYC burgee

A person who is a yachting member at the age of 27 may extend their yachting membership until age 31




Junior Membership 

Any person over the age of nine (9) and under the age of eighteen (18) may apply for election as an Independent Junior Member.


A junior member may use the club facilities and participate in racing and social events 

The Junior Member’s guests are limited to only their parents, and Junior Members parents are not allowed club parking Club charging privileges are extended to the Junior Member but are not available to the Junior Member’s parents 




Regular Members – Additional Membership Opportunities 

Non-Resident Membership 

Existing Regular Members who will be temporarily residing outside the Southern California Yachting Association area may apply for Non- Resident status.


Non-residents will not have the right to vote or hold office and their ability

to use the club facilities is at the discretion of the BOD. 


Associate Non-Resident Membership 

Existing Regular or Non-Resident members who will be residing outside the

Southern California Yachting Association area permanently may apply for

Associate Non-Resident status.


Associate Non-residents will not have: the right to vote, the right to hold

office, nor rights under Article XVI, and are not permitted yard boat

storage. Their ability to use the club facilities is at the discretion of the BOD. 


Anchor Membership 

A regular member, who has been a member for at least 25 years and is age 70 or over, may apply for anchor membership.


An anchor member has all the privileges of a regular member except no

equity in the Club or voting privileges and is ineligible to hold an office

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