Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Sailing Club of Washington - Establishes the internal rules and procedures for how SCOW will operate and be governed. Last updated on November 14, 2011.
|Sailing Club of Washington's Bylaws, Policies, and Procedures
The Board of Directors has confirmed that the following are the policies and procedures of the club as defined by Article V, Section 1 of the bylaws and rescinded any other policies or procedures that may have been enacted by prior boards:
SCOW Skipper Requirements and Boat Use Policy - Establishes general policies for use of boats, qualification and testing of skippers qualifications and related rules. Current policy is dated April 2, 2012.
Sailing Club of Washington Flying Scot Skipper Information File - establishes the rules for use of the Flying Scots. Current Flying Scot SIF is dated April 2, 2012.
Sailing club of Washington Cruiser Boat Skipper Information File- Establishes rules for use of the club's cruising boats. Current cruising boat SIF is dated December 1, 2012.
SCOW Training Policy - Establishes general policies and goals of training program, including selection of trainers. Current version dated March 1, 2010.
SCOW Racing Policy - Establishes rules for racing the cruising boats and Flying Scots.
Boat Asset Committee Report (2008) - Establishes program for boat maintenance and replacement and planned expenditure of the Boat Asset fund. The most recent report was in 2008.
SCOW Dues and Fees Policy - Sets the current dues and skipper fees. Last revised by the Board in February 2010.
SCOW Email List Policy - As distributed quarterly by the SCOW postmaster to the "allscow" list.
SCOW Relationships with Washington Sailing Marina (WSM) and the U.S. National Park Services (NPS) - Adopted by the Board in October 2004.
SCOW Non Discrimination Policy - Adopted by the Board in April 2011.
Terms and conditions of membership. See attached.
Sailing Club of Washington Cruiser Boat Log Sheet
Sailing Club of Washington Flying Scot Log Sheet
Washington Sailing Marina Rules and Regulations - Rules that SCOW needs to follow.