Constitution, By Laws and Policies

Constitution, Bylaws and Codes of Conduct


The latest version of the plan showing how AWYC is addressing the COVID pandemic, according to regulations from Vic Health and recommendations from Australian Sailing.


The Albury Wodonga Yacht Club Constitution (2013) contains the fundamental principles that outline the purpose, structure, and limits of our club. It provides a foundation upon which our club operates.

AWYC Club By-Laws

These By-Laws establish policies and procedures that govern the operation of the Albury Wodonga Yacht Club.

AWYC Code of Conduct

Membership of AWYC is a privilege and all members have the responsibility of ensuring that our club retains its reputation of being a “friendly” Club. The objective is to provide a standard code of behaviour for its members. It is based on the key categories of Conduct, Behaviour, Child Protection, Club Integrity and Privacy, Guests, and Compliance.


AWYC Code of Sporting Behavior

This Code of Sporting Behaviour sets out the minimum standards for anyone
competing, training or taking part in club-sanctioned activities.


AWYC Life Membership Policy

Life membership is awarded to a member in recognition of exceptional service over a period of many years. Life members shall be exempt from annual membership subscriptions, but shall otherwise have the full rights and privileges of a Sailing Member.


AWYC Life Membership Nomination

Life Membership is an honour, it is not a Long Service award alone. Many years of membership should be combined with significant contribution to our Club, its membership and/or sailing in general.