Interested in joining the Marker Buoy Dive Club?
Click here for our brochure.
You must be at least 18 years old to become a member of the club.
You may complete and mail a membership agreement to us or bring it to our next meeting or scan and email a completed form to email@example.com.
Click here for the current membership agreement. This is a perpetual agreement and members only need to sign this agreement once. It remains in force as long as you are a paid up member of the club.
Our membership dues are $35.00 per year. New members only pay $20 for their first year if they join after July 1st.
Once you have returned your signed membership agreement, you will be allowed into the Meetup group. There are several ways you may take care of your payment. You can mail a check to our mailbox, you can pay by check or cash at one of our monthly meetings, or you may send your payment via paypal. Our PayPal email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. If we don't receive your dues payment within 30 days, you'll be removed from the Meetup group.
Our address for sending signed agreements and payments is:
Marker Buoy Dive Club, PO Box 31163, Seattle, WA 98103
As a member, you will be able sign up for club dives and other club events using Meetup. You will also receive the full version of our newsletter, The Buoy Tender, emailed to you each month. Click here to read a past version of our newsletter.
All documents and newsletters are in PDF format. Download the latest version of Adobe's free PDF Reader here.
The club reimburses members $15.00 for successful completion of an advanced certification course that increases the member's competency and safety. Examples of courses qualifying are advanced diver, rescue diver, divemaster, oxygen administration, etc.
The club will pay to replace a member's weight belt that is released and lost during an emergency on a club-sponsored dive. Accessory items attached to the weight belt are not included.
Members can earn up to one air card per calendar month for hosting a dive in which six or more Marker Buoys actually dive. The club owns two O2 kits which may be checked out by club members and an O2 kit counts as one diver on club dives if an O2-certified member is present.
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