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Senior Membership:

Only senior members can keep a multihull at TMCC. Senior membership gives the right to keep a boat at TMCC for summer sailing, year-round use our facilities and priority for winter storage space.  Senior membership gives the right to vote and to hold office at TMCC and to fully participate in all club events. The senior membership may be for a single person, a couple or for a family, though only one vote is granted to each senior membership during meetings and elections.

Senior Membership includes:

  • Use of all club facilities

  • One place on the seniority list for mooring allocation

  • Eligibility for election to the TMCC Board of Directors

  • One vote at all general meetings

  • Priority for one wet mooring or one dry-sail space

  • Access to one cradle/dinghy/trailer storage space

  • Priority for one winter storage space.

  • Full reciprocal privileges at participating clubs on and around the Great Lakes

  • TMCC email announcements


All Senior Members are required to perform one shift as Duty officer during the summer season and to log 20 work-hours per year. Work-hour shortfalls are billed at $35/hr.

Associate Membership:

Multihull curious?  Our Associate Membership is available for non-boat owners (and ‘not yet’ multihull owners) and for those building or thinking of building a multihull.  Associate members enjoy crewing opportunities, full access to all TMCC facilities and social events and the ability to see our member’s boats and chat with our multihull owner membership about a wide variety of multihull boats and topics.

All Associate Members are required to log 10 work-hours per year.

Associate members have no voting or seniority privileges. The TMCC Board of Directors reserves the right to limit duration and number of Associate memberships year to year.


Winter Membership:

TMCC offers winter storage space to multihulls from outside of our club on a year to year basis and as space allows. The Winter membership category applies to those non-TMCC boat owners wishing to store a multihull on our property from about mid-Oct. through mid-May. Please see Boat Fees for pricing.

Inactive Member:

TMCC senior members that go cruising can hold their place on the seniority list and return to TMCC Senior Membership status up to three years later with no need to pay another the initiation fee.  An inactive member cannot vote on motions or during elections, hold an office and cannot keep a boat at TMCC.

Inactive Member: $110.00/year.

Associate Membership: $115/year

Winter Membership: $255/winter season

Senior Membership Fee: $450/year, with an Initiation Fee: $1125 – A non-returnable one-time fee for Senior Membership.

All fees are subject to change by vote of the membership.

Annual membership does not include mooring, dry-sail, and/or winter storage.

TMCC Membership Options


Contact our Membership Chair at

There are four options for membership at TMCC:

Senior; Associate; Winter and Inactive.

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