The Maine Marine Trades Association is proud of its diverse membership and encourages companies of all kinds that are actively engaged or, or that support the activities of the marine trades industry in Maine to submit an application for membership. All applications are reviewed and voted upon by the Board of Directors.
Regular Membership – any individual, firm or corporation primarily engaged in the marine trades industry in the State of Maine may be eligible for regular membership in the Association. In addition, the applicant must also have a substantive connection with the boat building and/or repairing or recreational boating segments of our industry and have fundamental interests in common with those of the Association.
Affiliate Membership – individuals, firms, or corporations who, though not primarily engaged in the marine industry, nevertheless provide goods and/or services to support marine businesses in Maine.
Student Membership – individuals enrolled in accredited full-time educational programs leading to a certificate, diploma or degree, who have an interest in boatbuilding or marine trades and whose personal goals include full time employment in the industry.
Retiree Membership – Individuals who are retired from their occupation and who have an interest in boatbuilding or marine trades.
Applications and Fees: Per the MMTA By-laws, all applications are to be submitted to the Association’s Board of Directors for approval and acceptance. Application forms must be completed and accompanied by a check for the current year’s dues and fees.
Pro Rata: Membership applications that are submitted after the first quarter of the Association’s fiscal year may be eligible for prorated dues. Please check the Membership Application Form for appropriate pro rata information.
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