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How to access the Members area

In order to access all the information in the Members Area, as well as read the Newsletters and see all the Resources, you must login to the web site. See the boxes on the right-hand side of this page.

Only members of the Association are provided with login accounts, and your login details were set up when you joined. If you've forgotten them, please click on Request new password below the login boxes, and follow the instructions on the next page.

Add a second login to your membership


New web site feature ...

... you can add a login for a second person sharing your membership.

We have for a long time accepted two names on one membership (spouses, partners, sailing buddies, whatever). We have also allowed both people to have their own individual logins for the web site, but it's required an administrator (i.e. me!) to set it up.

Now, you can add a second login yourself. The second person must have their own email address, and to add them do the following:

Rick Jones (Treasurer) 1994 Mac 19 "White Lightning", Isle of Wight

New feature - knowledge base


Hello all

I've added a new feature to the web site called Knowledge Base (this is not the forum section with the same name, but something new).

You can get to it from the Resources menu, and you must be logged in to see it.

It's a hierarchical index, in the same style as the User Guide, and is another way of getting to the most useful pages that are already on the site. So I haven't written lots of new pages (!), but provided a better way of getting to the most useful stuff that's already there.

Rick Jones (Treasurer) 1994 Mac 19 "White Lightning", Isle of Wight

Navionics charts on our web site


With the sailing season fast approaching, I thought I'd just remind everyone that you can view the fully detailed Navionics Charts for free on our web site. This is not just the UK, but anywhere in the world, in full detail!

If you're thinking about sailing somewhere new, or even somewhere familiar but you've forgotten a few details, it's really useful to browse charts of the area well before you set out, so you can familiarise yourself and make some plans - even if only in your mind (though remember the importance of passage planning before you actually set out).

Rick Jones (Treasurer) 1994 Mac 19 "White Lightning", Isle of Wight

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