Adelaide Sailing Club Inc. 

Club By-laws 


1. Membership
1.1. Your Club membership is valid upon receipt of your annual Membership
Subscription, payable in advance from 1st April and the Board may, at its
discretion, apply a discount to Membership Subscriptions paid from that date
and before 31 July. 
1.2. Members are requested to have their Membership Card readily available
whilst at the Club. 

2. Conduct and Dress Standards
2.1. Members and their visitors will at all times comply with those standards of
conduct and dress as specified by the Committee. Those failing to comply
may be asked to leave the premises immediately by Management or members
of the Committee. Members are responsible for the conduct and dress
standards of their visitors. 
2.2. Neat casual dress and footwear must be worn at all times in the upper deck
area of the Clubhouse (including balcony). 
• Tank Tops and/or singlets are not permitted in the upper deck area of the
Clubhouse (including balcony). 
• Headwear is not to be worn in the Members’ Lounge. 
• Sailing apparel or equipment is not permitted (either stored, worn or carried) 
in the upper deck area of the Clubhouse. These items are only permitted in the
lower deck areas. 
• Sailors must rinse themselves of excess sand or seaweed before entering the
lower deck areas. 
• The washing of wet suits in the change-room showers is STRICTLY
 2.3 Parents/guardians should provide adequate supervision of their children so as
to ensure that their safety and proper conduct is maintained at all times. 
 2.4 No pets are permitted in the Club buildings. Owners must “clean up” after
their pets and maintain effective control of them at all times. Guide Dogs
under the control of their owner shall have access to the Clubhouse. 
 2.5 Smoking is not permitted inside Club buildings. 
 2.6 Disabled personnel shall have priority use of disabled facilities in the
Clubhouse, however these facilities (except parking) are available to others if
 2.7 Offensive or inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated. Members and
visitors must obey any reasonable request made by Management or members
of the Committee. Management reserves the right to refuse entry. 
As approved by General Committee 1 Sept. 1998 and amended at Board Meeting 22 August 2006. 

3. Sailing
3.1 Competing sailors are expected to be familiar with the requirements of the
Sailing Instructions and follow them as required at all times. They must obey
any reasonable request made by Flag Officers, members of the Sailing
Committee or Rescue Boat crews. 
 3.2 Admission to the Club Tower and Boat Shed is restricted to Authorised
Personnel Only. Permission for non-authorised personnel to enter these areas
is required from a Flag Officer. 
 3.3 Boats/trailers are not permitted to be parked in the Boat Park without the
permission of the Club Manager and payment of the relevant fees. 
 3.4 Permanent boat storage in the Hardstand Compound will be allocated by the
Sailing Committee (or its delegate) and accounts for the period of storage will
be furnished by the Club Manager. 

4. The Bar
4.1 The Bar facilities operate under the Liquor Licensing Laws of South
 4.2 No person under the age of 18 years shall be served liquor. 
 4.3 Liquor shall not be consumed or stored in the change rooms or boat shed
unless authorised by the Committee. 

5. Vehicles
5.1 Parking of vehicles (including trailers) is permitted in designated areas only. 
Parking spaces as defined shall be reserved. 
 5.2 Posted speed limits shall be adhered to at all times.