Fred at St. Neots Regatta Our membership is varied and we encourage all levels of rowing ability, from experienced rowers to complete newcomers to the sport. We welcome people of all ages (from 16 years upwards), as well as non-rowing supporters who perhaps may wish to take their rowing a little less seriously or just help with the club's activities.

Membership types and fees 2023-2024

Membership Category Duration Fee
Adult (18 and above) 12 months £340
Concessionary 12 months £220
Students 12 months £175
Recreational (Tuesdays only) 12 months £82
Learn to row 8 sessions plus 2 months' Development Membership £180
Recreational Learn to row - Tuesdays only) 4 months £100
Cox or Coach (no personal use of boats) 12 months Free
Other Fees Duration Fee
Guest (experienced rowers) 1 session £10
Racking personal equipment - indoors 12 months £120
Racking personal equipment - outdoors 12 months £62
Taster session (new rowers) 1 session (2 hours) £15
Friend of MKRC* (no use of boats) 12 months Free


Membership Types



All fees are due by October 31st

  • Adult, Concessionary, Student and Indoor members have the option to pay monthly by Direct Debit. This will incur a 10% surcharge. Please contact the Treasurer to organise This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • New members joining part way through the year will be offered a pro-rata fee. This is also available to former members absent from the club for more than 1 year.
  • Renewing members are liable for the full annual fee, regardless of the time of year they renew.

Membership Exceptions: if a members personal circumstances change, they should raise with the Membership Secretary. Requests to individualise the above options will be considered in exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of the committee.

Membership Policy

Racking is available to full annual members and is subject to availability

Friends of MKRC: provides a way for former members to maintain a connection to the club. You will receive occasional updates by email

These conditions are in place to allow annual income to be estimated, which is vital for a non-profit making organisation in order to meet it’s obligations for rent, insurance etc. Membership fees are based on these annual running costs rather than being calculated per month. Many members take a significant percentage of the year off for a variety reasons: if membership were to be reduced or suspended at these times, there would be a need to increase membership fees in order to offset the loss of income. Grants and fundraising are also essential to keep the fees at their low level. 

We hope members understand this and appreciate that the fees represent exceptional value in relation to the excellent facilities and equipment available.