Fee Schedule & Registration Policies


Membership Fees


Hanlan Members are required to pay the HBC Membership Fees for their Club Program before water access is granted and before being permitted to use any HBC equipment. 

Late Enrollment:

Late enrollment can almost always be accommodated in our club programs. Hanlan offers a pro-rated Fall Membership category for its Sport and Competitive Programs beginning on August 15th and running until the end of the year.

 

Program Cancellation:

We reserve the right to cancel programs if enrollment numbers don't meet minimum requirements. All registrants will be notified if program is cancelled and monies refunded.

 

Statutory Holidays:

The majority of our programs run on statutory holidays. Please confirm with your coach.

 

Annual Membership Fees:  

Masters Competitive 

Senior Competitive 

Junior Competitive

Sport (Rec & Coastal)

Out of Town 

Learn to Row

Fall Rowing (August 15)

 

Private Boat Storage (Annual)

1x

2x/2-

4x/4-

8+

Other (Kayak/Canoe)

$625 +HST

$725 +HST

$725 +HST

$525 +HST

$175 +HST

$330 +HST

$310 +HST

 

 

$200 +HST

$300 +HST

$400 +HST

$600 +HST

$200 +HST

Organizational Club Fees

In addition to paying the costs of running and maintaining HBC, a portion of the membership fees for each Club Program also pays the following Organizational Club fees:

RCA Club Fee

Non-Rower

Sport Rower

Junior Competitive Rower

Senior Competitive Rower

Masters Competitive Rower

$300.00

$0.00

$20.00

$50.00

$50.00

$50.00

Ontario Rowing Association

Non-Rower

High School Rower

Sport Rower

Competitive Rower

$225.00

$1.00

$3.00

$10.00

$50.00

Should you have paid for a yearly rowing membership at a different club, these fees will be deducted from your fees at Hanlan Boat Club for the current rowing season. If you paid for membership at a rowing club out of province, your fees will include the Ontario Rowing Association fee only.  If you change your rowing status, for example from high school student to competitive, you will pay the difference of the Rowing Canada and Ontario Rowing Association category fees.

CORA Club Fee

DDA Club Fee

$50.00

$35.00

Regatta Fees

For the HBC Junior and Senior Competitive Club Programs, a portion of the membership fee also pays most of the regattas fees. The following is a list of the regatta entries fees per racing shell:

 

Central Ontario Rowing Association (CORA)

Junior 1x

Junior 2x/2-

Junior 4x/4+

Junior 8+

Sr/Masters 1x

Sr/Masters 2x/2-

Sr/Masters 4x/4-

Sr/Masters 8+

$15.00

$25.00

$60.00

$80.00

$15.00

$25.00

$60.00

$80.00

Ontario Championships - Fees by Boat

1X

2X, 2-

4X, 4-

8+

$63.00

$82.00

$102.00

$113.00

Ontario Master Championships

Flat entry fee $55.00 / competitor

 

Henley - Fees by boat

1X

2X/2-

4X/4-

8+

$59.00

$83.00

$105.00

$140.00

*** In the event that a crew scratches its entry from a regatta by their fault or volition, the crew will be responsible for paying the scratch fee for the entry.

 ***HBC will pay the entry fees for up to 2 entries per athlete for Jr and Sr Competitive athletes.  The costs of any additional entries will be the responsibility of the athletes.  The athlete must pay the additional entry fee to the race entry steward prior to the entry being submitted for the regatta. 

[1] RCA definitions

Non-rower – coaches, directors, umpires, volunteers

Sport rower – recreational, high school, learn to row, novice, touring, adaptive

University rower – fall rowing for university of Toronto

Competitive rower – adaptive, coxswain, Junior, Senior, Master, U23

[2] ORA definitions

Non-rower - coaches, directors, umpires, volunteers

High School rower – spring and fall rowing for a high school

Sport rower – learn to row, novice, recreational, touring, university

Competitive rower – Coxwains, Juniors, Seniors, U23, Masters

The fees for some of the regattas may not be covered by the membership fees.  Competitors should ask their Club Program Coach for a list of any regattas where entry fees are extra. 

Make-Up Policy


Safety is our primary concern. In the event of unfavourable weather and a class needs to be cancelled completely, a make-up session will be provided.  If a participant is unable to attend one of the classes for non-medical reasons, no make-up session will be provided.

 

Refunds


All refunds must be requested in writing to the Executive.

The following percentage of fees will be refunded minus the fees paid to Ontario Rowing Association and Rowing Canada, and a $60.00 processing fee.

 

Season / Annual Programs

Before it begins or within the first week of the season – 100% refund may be provided.

After first week or within the fourth week of the season – 75% refund may be provided.

After fourth week or within the sixth week of the season – 50% refund may be provided.

After sixth week of the season – no refund will be provided.

Boat storage fees are not refundable.

 

*Exceptions may be made due to injury – written request to the executive is necessary and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.  A doctor’s certification is required.

 

Learn To Row Programs

Cancellation 10 days before the start date, a $45 refund fee OR full credit for another program in the same year.  

Cancellation less than 10 days before start date, a $100 fee will apply.  They may receive a credit only for another program in the same year with a $25 fee. 

Credits or transfers may not be carried over into the next season. NO REFUNDS, CREDITS OR TRANSFERS WILL BE GIVEN ON OR AFTER THE START DATE OF THE PROGRAM.

CLASS MAKEUP POLICY: Safety is our primary concern. In the event of unfavourable weather and a class needs to becancelled completely, a make-up session will be provided.  If a participant is unable to attend one of the classes no make-up session will be provided.