THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOAT OWNERS

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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOAT OWNERS

Monday, October 22, 2018

Membership categories

This is the primary membership that covers one Full Voting Member for which the only qualification is that you are the owner of any sort of boat capable of use on the inland canals, rivers or Broads of the UK. Any or all part owners in a boat-share or syndicate scheme may also join as Single Members with individual voting rights.

This is the primary membership that covers one Full Voting Member and one family member for which the only qualification is that you are the owner(s) of any sort of boat capable of use on the inland canals, rivers or Broads of the UK. Any or all part owners in a boat-share or syndicate scheme may also join as Single Members with individual voting rights. The family member(s) are of any age who normally boats with and is associated with a nominated boat-owner who has joined as a Full Member. They are considered to be of the same household/address. Family Members are counted as Full Members as far as voting rights and membership of NABO Council are concerned.

This is the primary membership that covers one Full Voting Member and two family member for which the only qualification is that you are the owner(s) of any sort of boat capable of use on the inland canals, rivers or Broads of the UK. Any or all part owners in a boat-share or syndicate scheme may also join as Single Members with individual voting rights. The family member(s) are of any age who normally boats with and is associated with a nominated boat-owner who has joined as a Full Member. They are considered to be of the same household/address. Family Members are counted as Full Members as far as voting rights and membership of NABO Council are concerned.

This is the primary membership that covers one Full Voting Member and three family member for which the only qualification is that you are the owner(s) of any sort of boat capable of use on the inland canals, rivers or Broads of the UK. Any or all part owners in a boat-share or syndicate scheme may also join as Single Members with individual voting rights. The family member(s) are of any age who normally boats with and is associated with a nominated boat-owner who has joined as a Full Member. They are considered to be of the same household/address. Family Members are counted as Full Members as far as voting rights and membership of NABO Council are concerned.

This is for anyone who supports the aims and objectives of the Association but currently does not have a boat e.g. is in between boats; is having a new one built; is contemplating buying one for the first time. It is a good way of being in touch and kept up-to-date though NABO News. There are no voting rights. As soon as a boat is acquired and the Membership Secretary notified of the details membership may be changed to Full Membership (as above).

This is for two people who support the aims and objectives of the Association but currently does not have a boat e.g. is in between boats; is having a new one built; is contemplating buying one for the first time. It is a good way of being in touch and kept up-to-date though NABO News and the other media. There are no voting rights. 

As soon as a boat is acquired and the Membership Secretary notified of the details membership may be changed to Full Member (as above).

The family member is of any age who normally boats with and is associated with the individual who has joined as an Associate Member. They are considered to be of the same household/address. There are no voting rights.

This is for Boat Clubs, Societies and other Organisations associated with the inland waterways who wish to support NABO and to receive regular information through NABO News and Bulletins. There are no voting rights.