If you are unable to log in using your email address, please email email@example.com with details of your membership and a valid email address and this will be updated.
Failure to use your existing record will create a new member record and will add the joining fee to your subscription costs.
ANPR cameras have been installed at Newton Beach car park and are going live on Monday 24th April 2023.
Car parking charges will have to be paid from Monday 24th April 2023 as free parking will no longer apply to PPBSC members.
Watersports Membership (Non-powered craft only)
On joining the club you will be asked to attend a new members meeting (to be arranged in advance) held at the clubhouse. After joining, you will receive a copy of our rule book and constitution attached to the welcome email, please ensure you read this before attending the new members meeting.
The rules can also be found here PPBSC Rules - February 2021.pdf.
You will also be shown how to use the tractor and where to launch from on the beach as well as other safety information.
A copy of the insurance certificate for each craft. Certificate must have a minimum third party liability of 2 million pounds. Where the craft is in multiple ownership the names of all crew will need to be detailed.
You must ensure you have your craft number on your trailer as well as the craft. This will ensure we can identify any craft that have not returned at the end of the day.
Please ensure you notify someone if you intend to stay out past dusk.
Ensure you have a second safety strap to secure your craft to your trailer whilst being towed by the tractor.
Never take the tractor in the water over the tow hitch.
Never launch past the Blue bins or in the middle of the beach at low tide.
Full throttle should not be engaged within 50 meters of the water's edge, except when a skier is starting from the beach.
Particular attention should be paid when entering or exiting the Slipway area and where people may be swimming.
We are no longer accepting postal applications