Membership

Application Process

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The Aberdeen Boat Club welcomes new members. In order to become a member of the club, follow the following procedure:  

  • Download an application form listed in Membership Application Form below or call our Membership Service Manager, Cobo Liu on 2553 3032 for an application form.
     
  • Fill up the form and return to us with your ID copy. (it is required to find a proposer and a seconder.)

The General Committee Members will review all applications and invite those candidates who fulfill the Club membership requirement for an interview. After the interview those successful candidates will receive a confirmation letter within 2 weeks.  If you have not received the letter after 2 weeks, you may assume that you will be on the waiting list.

The whole process takes about two to three months time.

Overview

The club offers a number of different types of memberships to suit different application criteria. A summary of different membership types is listed below with further details of each outlined in the section following the summary.

Type Individual /Corporate Age Group Entrance Fees Monthly Subscriptions Minimum Food & Beverage $350 per month
Debenture Corporate - $800,000 $1,350 each subscriber
(For 4 members)
Applicable
Nominee Corporate - $250,000 $1,350 each subscriber Applicable
Ordinary Individual >21 Years Not Applicable $1,350 Applicable
Associate
Associate
Associate Sailing
Young Associate
Individual


>21 Years
>21 Years
-
 


$72,500      
$72,500
See Details

$1,350
$1,350
See Details

Applicable
Applicable
Not Applicable            
Short Term Individual >21 Years $36,000 (2 years) $1,350 Applicable
Weekday Individual >21 Years $22,000 $820 Applicable
Youth Membership Scheme    NEW
Youth Membership
- Cadet

- Senior Cadet
- Junior
- Young Member
Individual
7-17 Years
18-21 Years
22-25 Years
26-29 Years

None
None
$5,000
$10,000


$200
$200
$500
$750


Not Applicable
$350
$350
$350


 

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