BECOME A MEMBER

 
After completing the SAFE BOATING COURSE, you may decide to become a member and take advantage of our member courses. Your boating knowledge will expand beyond your wildest dreams. Some of these are:
  • SEAMANSHIP
  • PILOTING
  • ADVANCED PILOTING
  • JUNIOR NAVIGATION
  • CELESTIAL NAVIGATION
  • MARINE ELECTRONICS
  • CRUISE PLANNING
  • ENGINE MAINTENANCE
  • WEATHER
  • SAIL
  • INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT
  • Supplemental home Study Programs.

Come aboard and take advantage of all the benefits that membership has to offer!

Our squadron, or unit, has about 154 members. There are more than 35,000 members in the United States Power Squadrons® and we are one of more than 400 squadrons nationwide.

Don't have a boat? That's o.k.! Not all of our members have boats; there are opportunities to get you on the water as guests on other members boats. We are a boating fraternity whose members share a passion for boating.

Although we are dedicated to education, we also have social events that foster camaraderie and fellowship. Events such as raft-ups, regattas, fishing contests, holiday parties, barbecues, sunset cruises, and so on, are scheduled throughout the year.  Check our CIPS Calendar, CIPS Events, and Boating Activities pages on our site.

We usually hold our membership meetings once a month except for July and August when members are either vacationing or cruising.

REMEMBER - our PUBLIC SAFE BOATING COURSE is STEP ONE for you as a happy, safe and knowledgeable boater.

 
 

Types of Membership

 

AC       -   Active Member

AA      -    Additional Active (or Family)

               

How to become a member:  http://www.usps.org/newpublic2/join.html

Member Benefits: http://www.usps.org/national/admin_dept/membenefits.htm

About USPS:  http://www.usps.org/newpublic2/about.html

 

 

 

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