Club Rules

Club Rules

Members are reminded that they are required under the Rules of the Club to settle all accounts or expenses incurred in the Club before leaving the premises and to make prompt payment in respect of any services rendered to them by the Club.

Owing to an increase in unpaid debts this year, the Committee has asked the Club staff to follow up promptly with members to ensure that this Rule is complied with.

Members’ understanding and cooperation is appreciated.

Casual Boatmen Wanted

Casual Boatmen Wanted

With the departure of Robert, Shaun and Sam to other full time studies or jobs, we are now looking to complement the pool of casual boatmen available to work in the Club's boathouse.

The work carried out by casual boatmen, under the supervision of experienced staff, is wide ranging and both demanding and rewarding in equal measures.

Casual boatmen are involved in all the boathouse duties, ranging from the cleanliness and maintenance of the platform to ferrying members to the moorings to assisting with crane lifts to maintaining club crafts (dinghies, keelboats, RIBs, launches etc)

The boathouse operates 7 days / week all year round,  8h / day in the winter and 12h / day in the summer, with a break around Christmas / New Year.

Casual boatmen, mostly university students, tend to stay with us for many years as hours worked can be quite flexible and tailored to individual requirements.

If you interested in joining the pool of casual boatmen, or even inquire for further details, please fill in the form here

First Aid Training

First Aid Training

A first Aid training course(including use of Defibrillator) is taking place for Club Staff on Wednesday July 20th from 9am until 4pm, as part of our ongoing focus on Health & Safety in the Club. We still have a couple of places free and these are being made available to any member who may wish to take part. Places are limited, so please contact John at manager@nyc.ie

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