HOW IT WORKS

The British Boat Club is a cost effective and flexible way to go boating on a fleet of new boats. There's no maintenance, cleaning, mooring fees or servicing to deal with. You simply pay for each day to go boating with no hassle!

We have two membership options. 

Pay As You Boat

You pay an monthly membership fee of £30 for your annual membership, which gives you access to the members area. You then simply reserve a boat for a set fee on our online booking system on the day you want. Perfect for occasional use of the boats. 

 

Subscription

You pay a monthly membership fee of £199 or £450 which gives you unlimited access to any of the boats in your plan, subject to our fair use policy. If you're looking for more regular access to boats, this plan is the one for you!

RESERVING A BOAT

1. LOG IN

Log in using the British Boat Club's members page. 

4. CAST OFF

Enjoy your day out on the water, whether its fishing off the needles, or cruising for the weekend. 

2. SELECT THE DAY

Select the day you want a boat, see what boats are available, and reserve. 

5. RETURN

Return the boat to its berth, and give it a quick hose down. 

3. ACCESS

Using your unique access code, go down to your boat and access the boats keys yourself. 

6. REBOOK

Once you're back at the marina, you can book your next trip. 

TRAINING

To become a member, you need to have either 3 years of boating experience, or Powerboat Level 2. If you have no experience or training, we can provide this to enable you to become a member. 

Contact us for further details

WHERE TO GO?

Offshore Cruising

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

Can anyone become a member? 

Members must be at least 25 years of age, have 3 years of boating experience on similar boats or RYA Powerboat Level 2, and hold a volid drivers licence. An induction on the boats is included as part of the annual membership fee. 

How do I reserve a boat? 

You can make bookings at any time on our website. Just select a day and reserve the boat you'd like to use. 

Can I make a last minute booking? 

You need to reserve a boat at least 24 hours before it starts. 

How do I know which boats are available? 

Live availability can be seen on our website. 

How long can I stay on the water? 

You can be at sea from 1 hr before sunrise until 1 hr after sunset. Outside of these times the boat must be within a safe haven (marina, anchorage etc). 

Can I stay on the boats? 

Of course, as long as you're within a marina or anchorage. 

Can I bring guests? 

You can bring anyone you like, as long as you don't exceed the maximum number of persons on board. 

Can I change my plans? 

You can cancel a booking up to 7 days before your trip. 

Is there a minimum commitment? 

12 month agreement is applicable.

Do you have any breakdown cover? 

All of our boats have Seastart membership, which covers you up to 3NM offshore. 

Are the boats insured? 

All of our boats are fully comprehensively insured. 

Who cleans and maintains the boats? 

We professionally valet and maintain the boats to a high standard. 

Is fuel included? 

No, you will be charged for the fuel used at Marina cost. 

CALL US

Tel: +44 (0) 2381 841765

EMAIL US
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OFFICE ADDRESS

British Boat Club

6-7 Saltmakers House

Hamble Point Marina

School Lane

Hamble-le-Rice

SO31 4NB

United Kingdom

British Boat Club is a division of Walker Marine Group Ltd.