Join the new British Marine Membership Loyalty Scheme and save on the cost of fees and training

British Marine, the trade association for the UK leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry, has announced the launch of its new membership rewards programme, the British Marine Member Loyalty Scheme.

This programme aims to reward its loyal members for being advocates of the Association and playing a pivotal role in introducing new members to the British Marine community. Existing members have the potential to earn British Marine Credits, which can be redeemed towards the cost of membership renewal fees, British Marine training courses such as the Recreational Craft Regulation Awareness, Hire Boat Code; Social Media; Law Brokerage and a whole host of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses, from HR and business administration, to IT and leadership, as well as exhibitor stand fees at the Southampton International Boat Show.

Members become eligible to earn BM Credits when they are nominated on a new member’s application form. However, to ensure fairness and transparency, certain criteria must be met, such as exclusivity of nomination, a clear absence of business affiliations that could affect eligibility, and nominations are valid for prospective members who have not been members in the past three years.

BM Credits are valued up to £1,500, depending on the membership package of the new member (not applicable to new Access members) and there is no limit on the value of BM Credits that a member can accumulate through being nominated by different prospective members.

“We are delighted to bring this new loyalty scheme to our members, to show our appreciation for their dedication and support. This scheme underscores our commitment to enhancing the value of British Marine membership, ensuring our community remains at the forefront of the UK leisure, superyacht, and small commercial marine industry. The new loyalty programme is our way of saying thank you.  It aims to foster a stronger, more collaborative community for both existing and new members and we hope it demonstrates our appreciation of our members support and aids the industry’s sustainable growth,” said Lesley Robinson, CEO, British Marine. /  (Terms & Conditions apply).

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