Membership of the OGA brings a range of benefits including a full colour printed newsletter, Gaffers Log, email notices and lively sailing events in your local Area. There's more to your membership than this though!
Members discounts have been negotiated with several organisations, see the most recent issue of Gaffers Log for redemption codes where these are applicable.
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Can you help to negotiate new deals for OGA members? If so, please contact the secretary [at] oga [dot] org [dot] uk (subject: OGA%20Member%20discounts) (OGA Secetary).
OGA Members are offered a 15% discount on all purchases at Bookharbour.com, sellers of nautical charts & books, paper & digital charts, navigation chartwork instruments, clocks & barometers from Weems Plath, marine sextants, Steiner binoculars, marine DVDs, courtesy flags, ensigns and marine software. Full details of this offer will be in the July 2019 issue of Gaffers Log.
The Southampton Boatshow is from 13 - 22 September, 2019
A promotional code is made available to OGA Members for discounted tickets during the summer by email.
OGA Members are offered a 25% discount on all nautical books at Bloomsbury Publishing, the home of Adlard Coles Nautical, Reeds and Conway. As the world's largest nautical publisher Bloomsbury Publishing has books for all levels of expertise and on all topics of interest, from invaluable almanacs to stunning photographic collections. Visit the Bloomsbury Nautical website.
OGA Members are offered a special discount off annual subscriptions by Classic Boat.
OGA Members are offered 30% discount off individual titles in the HW Tilman series. Amongst the greatest adventurers of his time, HW Tilman is, arguably the finest travel writer of the 20th century. His 15 exploratory tales, including those aboard his beloved 'Mischief', are now available. Browse the collection at Lodestar Books and take advantage of the discount using the code in November 2016 issue of Gaffers Log.
A 10% discount is offered to subscribers of 'Marine Quarterly', 112 pages of intelligent sea reading. Published in a useful pocket size, printed on hefty paper, illustrated with charts, woodcuts and line drawings, MQ has been greeted with appreciative remarks from readers all over the world. Known as a 'new kind of sea journal', it reports on subjects of strong interest to everyone who goes on the sea. Visit the 'Marine Quarterly' website