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How do I join a windsurfing club & get $1M Insuran

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Created by berowne > 9 months ago, 17 Nov 2015
berowne
NSW, 254 posts
17 Nov 2015 8:17PM
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G'day everyone.

So I am about to enter the Ledge To Lancelin and apparently I need to provide:

Evidence of federation membership (Windsurfing & Kitesurfing) and Evidence of valid third party insurance to the value of $1Mn.

Any suggestions?

www.lancelinoceanclassic.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/NoR-LOC-V5.pdf


berowne
NSW, 254 posts
17 Nov 2015 8:51PM
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So... after an hours googling:

Join a club like the Storm Riders (or others) in NSW for about $60 or $200 and this covers your membership affilitation and insurance.
I am still confused about the entitlement to sail as a guest at other clubs part which is only covered for the expensive membership.

www.stormriderswindsurfingclub.com/members-page.html
www.windsurfing.org/insurance.htm

Then you can also pick a sail number from the available list... Members of AWA affiliated bodies have the right to a number at no cost.
www.windsurfing.org/sailnumber_staterules.htm

Stuthepirate
SA, 3436 posts
17 Nov 2015 8:37PM
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Join WWA for $85
Get your sail number and insurance. Sorted.

jamesf
NSW, 879 posts
18 Nov 2015 8:12AM
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Berowne, hook up with your local Sydney windsurfing club Stormriders. The higher fee is for if you want to race formula. Talk to Adam C for details.

WindsurfingWA
WA, 640 posts
18 Nov 2015 9:26AM
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For LOC this year you need to be a member of any AWA affiliated club or any state association. Our preference is to get people engaged with WWA as we have a great calendar of racing and wave sailing coming up but if LOC is your only event, you can buy a one day membership via the WWA web site

WWA Membership Page - windsurfingwa.tidyclub.com/public/memberships/new

If you are travelling from interstate, join your local club or state and you will be covered.

Mark _australia
WA, 18959 posts
18 Nov 2015 1:38PM
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^^ is that for waves also?


WindsurfingWA
WA, 640 posts
19 Nov 2015 10:22AM
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Mark _australia said..
^^ is that for waves also?




Hi Mark, I believe so i.e. you need to be a member of a club or state.

NSWWA
NSW, 198 posts
19 Nov 2015 6:06PM
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Seeing as you're from NSW,
if you're into wavesailing aswell, you might also be interested in NSWWA membership:

nswwavesailing.org/membership/



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