Reciprocity: rec·i·proc·i·ty (resəˈpräsədē); noun; 1. the practice of exchanging things with others for mutual benefit, especially privileges granted by one country or organization to another. Reciprocity is the policy under which special advantages are granted by one side in consideration of the same by the other.
MBC Club Members: Membership in the Monmouth Boat Club (MBC) includes the privilege of visiting other clubs that recognize MBC as a reciprocal organization. It is advisable that the members contact any club they plan to visit in advance to avoid disappointment upon arrival.
Some clubs require a letter of introduction from the Commodore and/or a current membership card. Please provide the name and address of the club you wish to visit and MBC will be happy to accommodate your request for an introductory letter. Please give notice 48 hours prior to arrival to the Commodore for letters of introduction to be forwarded.
Visiting Guests: In addition to the list of clubs below, MBC may accommodate members of other legitimate yacht or boating clubs (generally, those having a permanent facility to meet, established by-laws, and elected officers) that in turn recognize MBC as a reciprocal. Proof of membership is required and usage is subject to MBC’s house rules.
Please note that we have a very limited number of transient moorings and no launch service. We kindly ask that you email the Vice-Commodore (email@example.com) 72 hours ahead of your planned visit.
Monmouth Boat Club
31 Union Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701