New Membership Application
- Duration: 365 Days
- Location: PYRMONT, NSW
Becoming a member of Sydney Heritage Fleet gives you access to our fleet of world class heritage vessels, a range of volunteer projects and many additional benefits. Whether you would like to get involved in one of our volunteer projects or simply come on board to enjoy a members’ day cruise around Sydney you will be supporting a unique world class community organisation at the forefront of maritime heritage restoration, preservation and operation
By becoming a Member with Sydney Heritage Fleet, you are agreeing to what is laid out in this constitution.
Read Sydney Heritage Fleet Constitution
Sydney Heritage Fleet memberships run annually from 1st May to 30th April:MEMBERSHIP TYPE and PRICING:
- Concession Membership $66
(for student, pensioner or senior card holder)
- Individual Membership $77
*Please note that new and expired membership applications incur a joining fee of $15 in addition to the above membership rates.
*Frequently Asked Questions: Click here
Sydney Heritage Fleet membership benefits are ever growing, some which are listed below:
·Weekly Fleet Forum announcements & offers, for members with a registered email address.
·Access to the members-only section of our website.
·FREE admission to James Craig when alongside Wharf 7.
Events & Access
·10% members discounts (or more) on charters of SHF’s vessels and event prices such as Australia Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and Tall Ship James Craig Voyages
·Invitations to members-only events.
·Volunteer at Sydney Heritage Fleet – a world-class maritime museum with an international reputation
Volunteering with the Fleet
·You choose your preferred volunteer job – with guidance from Volunteer Services and we will train you wherever possible to do your chosen job
·SHF is signatory to the Statement of Principles for the Recognition of Volunteers with a commitment to best practice for volunteer management.
·Access to model, small boat and marine engine restoration workshop, library, heritage collections, heritage docks & workshop.
·Opportunity to participate in Fleet-run courses eg. introductory courses for new James Craig crew; Ropework courses, and steam engineering
·Volunteers have access to a selection of essential courses for updating Fleet qualifications
·Opportunity for volunteers to learn new skills, eg. sailing a square-rigger, welding, woodworking
Access a range of benefits, forms and news from the members area, including:·Members’ News
·Past issues of Fleet Forum
·Past issues of The Mariner
·Board Meeting Summary