Benefits & Facilities Explained
Senior, Associate, Life and Country members only. Stickers to be placed on bottom right side of windscreen. Motorcycle bays are situated next to the wall, east of the launching ramp. Current card and car sticker is required for Boom Gate access.
Reciprocal members and guests.
Trailers can unload dinghies etc and park in upper carpark. No trailers to be parked in lower carpark.
Note: Town of East Fremantle Ranger will fine if parked in lower car park without a sticker or parking permit.
PENS & MOORINGS
Application through Club office.
Note: Wait List for all applicants.
All vessels using club facilities are to be registered with the club e.g. sailing yachts, (including vessels with auxiliary engines), Power Yachts, Tenders & Dinghies.
All vessels occupying pens in the Marina, on a mooring or using the Launching Ramp, must comply with Club Fire & Safety regulations, be inspected and issued with a Club Fire & Safety Certificate. (see downloads section)
Fuel/Ice G6 keys available for purchase through office. Senior members can access fuel using their membership card.
GYM / SAUNA
Senior Members are entitled to free use of the gym facility once the appraisal fee has been paid. For all other members, contact the club for a separate application.
All Members over 35 require a medical certificate. Access by membership card only.
Hours of operation: 7 days a week - 5am to 10pm
View the Gymnasium Gallery or the Gymnasium & Sauna section for more information.
Centreboard Sailing - Sat Afternoon (October-April)
Keelboat Racing - Sundays (Oct-April)
Keelboat Twilight Sailing - Wednesday Starts 6pm (Oct-April)
Power Boats - On water activities e.g. raft up, social events, cruises, day trips to Rotto, Fishing Competitions.
Dragon Boating - events and training through summer. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Sunday.
Training – Discount for all training that is provided by the Club.
Social - Main functions, Presentation nights, etc
Variety of other social functions.
EFYC have events and voluntary positions that we’d like you to get involved in. These activities help improve the club and your position as a club member.
Busy Bees – A clean up/fix it day at the beginning of the sailing season or if there is a special club project.
Duty Officer – Compulsory for all Senior Members and Keelboat owners when club activities are scheduled. (see Club Constitution in Downloads)
Volunteers are always required for the Start Tower, Rescue boats and Canteen.
100 Club raises funds for Junior Sailing development.
Please contact the Club office for further information.
Around the Club
A weekly newsletter will be sent to your specified email address so you are kept up-to-date with what is happening at the club, social events, Sailing and Racing events and results, raffle winners and much more. This is also available on the website for download (Club Documents & Publications).
Members are welcome to place adverts on the Wet Bar Noticeboard or the Centreboard Noticeboard. All adverts are to be approved by the General Manager before placement.
CLUB FACILITIES, SERVICES & RULES
All enclosed areas of the Clubhouse are “Smoke free”. Smoking is only permitted on the Function Area Balcony and in the barbecue area.
Ice is located under the balcony. See the Club Office for G6 key.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES & MANUALS
An emergency spill kit is located in the yellow bin at the head of the Fuel Jetty (Jetty D). A G6 key is required to access the kit.
A copy of the Club Emergency Procedure is located in:
Bar (on safe)
Emergency Control Cabinet (Meeting Room)
Under Bar Notice Board - Member’s Bar
Duty Officer Cabinet – Wet Bar
Website - Club Documents & Publications
Covered by Section 28 of Constitution and Section 5 of Club Rules.(see downloads section)
Members are allowed 5 guests on any occasion and any one guest is limited to 6 visits per year, unless a private function or prior arrangement has been made with the General Manager.
Regular guests are required to join the club.
All guests must sign the Visitors Book located at the entry of the Family Lounge & Members Bar. This is a Club Rule.
Shirt with sleeves. Footwear. No hats to be worn in Members Bar other than on special occasions, e.g. Melbourne Cup. Hats are permitted on the balcony.
Wet Bar is for use if you are inappropriately dressed or wearing wet or dirty attire.
Ringing the bell involves the purchase of 2 jugs of beer for consumption for those present in the bar. If the bell is rung on Friday evening, the “ringer” must buy a drink for everyone present.
Offensive / abusive behaviour will result in removal of that member or guest from the bar and disciplinary action will follow. Bar staff have the discretion to refuse service to visibly intoxicated persons.
Members are responsible for their guest’s behaviour and conduct. Children are to be supervised at all times and are permitted in all areas except the Member’s Bar.