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Membership Process & Levels

Classes of Membership

Active Members – Active members are those members who do not fit within any of the other types of membership as set out in the bylaws. Active members must own a certificate of membership, pay full dues, pay full initiation fees and are entitled to full voting privileges, the right to rent wet or floating harbor space, to rent dry storage space, to use the Club launching facilities, to use the Club boats, to use the pier, to use the Clubhouse and to hold elective office.

House Members – House members shall have the privileges of the use of the Club house, pool, and piers only and no other rights whatsoever. House members shall pay one-half initiation fee and are not required to own a certificate of membership. This class of membership is available to non-sailors or persons who would not ordinarily apply for the benefits of Active membership. This class of membership is limited to no more than 75% of the number of Active Members at the time the potential House Members apply for membership. 


Junior Active Members – Junior Active members shall have all the privileges of an Active member, except voting rights, holding an elective office, or the right to rent wet or floating harbor space without approval by the Board. Junior Active membership shall be open to those under 30. Junior Active members shall pay dues and initiation fees that are one-half the amount paid by active members, and are not required to own a certificate of membership. 


Junior Members – Junior members, whose parents are not members, may be male or female between the ages of 8 and 24. Junior members are not required to pay initiation fees or own a certificate of membership. They have the right to rent dry storage space, use the Club launching facilities, the piers, and have use of the Clubhouse. A child of any Life, Active, Junior Active, or Non-Resident member may be a Junior member without the payment of any dues until their 22nd birthday, or their 24th birthday if they continue to be a full-time student. However, Junior members, who do not pay Junior member dues, are limited in their privileges to those of their parents. No Junior member shall enjoy any privilege from which he or she is barred by law.


Life Members – Life members shall pay no dues nor be required to own a certificate of membership. Life members shall enjoy all of the privileges of Active members. Any member of the Mobile Yacht Club may be eligible for Life membership upon recommendation of the Board and the unanimous vote of the membership at an annual meeting. 


Other categories of membership include Non-resident Members, Military Members, and Honorary Members. 


Have questions about how to become a member, about any of these categories, dues, or initiation fees? Contact us at commodore@mobileyachtclub.com or 251-471-3131.



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