If it's true then it's on the club. While I'm a member of my club I know some people that have had extended SailPass.
My club has a 3 free, then nominate how many you want at $x per race. AS has left it completely up to the individual club. A good club would, and they can, make it free indefinitely. So the above club rule is disgusting.
You can utilise the day SailPASS membership for up to three (3) times before you will then need to subscribe for annual membership.
Sail Pass participants will be capped on a Thursday to a maximum of 5 people and the Sail Pass must be purchased before 10am on the day of sailing.
We look forward to meeting you and taking part of our wonderful sport of sailing, enjoying the beautiful Gold Coast waterways.
on the plus side, sailing membership is only $265 and no joining fee.I've got nothing against Southport YC after sailing there many times, but I had a look at their SailPass policies and it looks like they restrict the number of SailPasses issued to 5 on what I assume is their twilight race day...
Some clubs make up their own rules, 3 sails, 5 sails, 10 sails, 1 years worth of sails, no charge, $10 per sail, with a vague suggestion to maybe join, other clubs are absolutely anal about making newbies join, after the 3 sails.
I also signed up. Bonus is I got to gender identify as a “other: donkey”, which will help their diversity quotas.So I just applied for a SailPass as Michael Mouse. 3 races free of charge - unfortunately Michael's email doesn't exist...but AS has one more member to get more funding. Woohoo!
You can't, as company limited by guarantee the members do not appear on an ASIC search.Livia,
any idea where we can find a list of "Voting Members" per. 4.1 of the constitution?
You can't, as company limited by guarantee the members do not appear on an ASIC search.
There is no public list.
Inquiries of the company secretary produced no result and he would not identify the NSW member. (not sure he knew anyway)
Amazing what you find out by paying $43.00 to Mr Beck.(Infotrack)