There is a charge for bringing a guest on club (or private trips). Registration forms must completed by guests and are provided as attachments to this article. These forms are available in the shed or at the East Desk.
Members are encouraged to bring guests on trips. It is a great way to introduce the RACCC to potential new members. A member may bring up to two guests on a RACCC trip or a private trip (with parental permission for children). Members are responsible for their guest's safety and conduct.
Any non-member in a club boat on a private trip must purchase a Guest Membership.
An adult guest must:
Members can bring along a reasonable number of children on family trips, pending agreement with the trip leader. These are considered junior guests and, if their parent is not on the trip, they must:
There is no cost for a junior guest, however the responsible RACCC member must complete the guest registration form and (if not the parent) and the parent must sign the club’s junior guest registration form.
One guest membership fee may be applied towards the purchase of an annual RACCC membership by contacting the Membership Coordinator. This should be done within two weeks of the guest membership purchase. In exceptional circumstances, the club can waive the guest fee, but the forms must still be completed.
Guests participating in whitewater actvities
A participating member to a whitewater outing can sponsor one guest. In that role, the sponsoring member must ensure the guest has the qualifications required to participate on the proposed outing. The member, is responsible for the guest’s safety and security on the river.