Login Instructions (OLD)



How to create and access your online profile and account statement

GGG - Member Login instructions

GG Yacht – Online Account Access

Area 1 – Creating your Login
After clicking on “you don’t have a password”, you will view this screen.
In order to create your account, you must fill in all of the appropriate information and select a password.
Please note that you must fill in your names as shown on your statement of account.
Example: If the statement shows John Sr Doe, then you must use John Sr in the first name field.

Area 2 – Member Profile
In this area, the telephone information that you previously provided the Club will appear. If the information is not correct, you can save your changes and they will update in our files!
The Club encourages you to select to received your monthly statement by email.
Furthermore, with your email address (es), the Club can better communicate with you during and in the off-season
You may also select if you would prefer your correspondence in English or French.
This is also the area that allows you to change your password.

Area 3 – Online Statement
You may now view a complete monthly statement, including detailed transactions of all that is listed in your statement.

To view these transaction receipts, click on the blue exclamation mark.
Please not, for ease of navigating, it is suggested that you “right”click on the blue exclamation mark and “open in a new tab”.
This step will help you avoid using the back button to return to your statement. Simply close the tab you were viewing and right click on another transaction to view in a new tab.





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HYC COVID 19 UPDATES - April 21, 2021

To maintain the privilege of enjoying HYC this summer, we must continue to respect the basic public health rules that we all know:  no gatherings, 2-meter distance, always wear a mask while on the grounds when physical distancing cannot be respected and hand washing.

If you have Covid-19 symptoms, please stay at home


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