A short walk from Milson’s Point railway station or the Kirribilli ferry wharf, the Squadron is easily accessed by public transport.
Due to the limited capacity parking is restricted. Parking may be restricted to ‘Members Only’ at anytime. Alternate transport arrangements for guests and visiting sailors should be organised.
Whilst smart jeans and clean runners are permissible and sailing gear is always welcome, on a Monday to Friday lunch Members and their guests tend to dress in collared shirt and often in blazers or a suit.
Weekends are more relaxed, though Members and Guests are reminded that singlets, thongs, torn jeans and inappropriate clothing are not permitted.
Access to level four and five of the clubhouse is restricted. Competitors and Members guests must be in the company of a Member to access these areas.
Members are reminded that under NSW law all guests must be signed in by the Member. Competitors must register with the sailing office to be afforded temporary membership for the duration of an event.
Members and their guests may have their phones switched on, provided the ringtone is set to silent. All calls are to be made and received outside of the Clubhouse and terraces. SMS and emails are permitted provided they are silent and do not interfere with the relaxation of other Members. There is no restriction on the use iPads, laptops etc in the Careening Cove Anchorage.
Competitors, Members and guests of Members should extend all courtesies to each other during their visit. Members are reminded that their guest are their responsibility at all times.
Are welcome at all times in the Careening Cove Anchorage. We have special children's meals, high chairs and bottle warming facilities available on request. The safety and behaviour of any child guest is the responsibility of the Member. The comfort of other Members should be considered at all times.
Smoking is not permitted in any area of the clubhouse including the Careening Cove Terrace. Ashtrays are provided on the lawn areas.