Marlins Competitive Fees 2023-2024

New Season!

Swim Natation Canada (SNC) Registration Fees - Swimming/Natation Canada (SNC) is the governing body for the sport of speed swimming in Canada. SwimSask is the provincial section of SNC responsible for swimming in Saskatchewan. All swimmers must be registered with SwimSask so they are covered by liability insurance. This fee must be paid before participating in any activity with the club. The fees are collected by RMAR and submitted to SwimSask:


Swim Sask Fees are determined by Swim Sask

(if there is any questions or concerns please refer to Swim Sask document Here)

4-6 year olds

7 to 10 year olds 11 and over
$85 $85




Registration Fee2

Monthly Fees3

Monthly Fees

(second swimmer)4

Annual Fundraising



Marlins Competitive Fees 2023-2024

Marlins Fees - made up of 3 components:

  • Annual Registration Fee
  • Monthly Swimming Fees
  • Fundraising Fees



$100 $572 $458 $680
Red $100 $360 $288 $598
Blue $100 $263 $210 $516
White $100 $183 $147 $278
Post-Secondary   $240 $192



  1. See the Groups tab for a description of our Competitive Groups.
  2. Annual Registration Fee - This fee is payable upon registration and is non-refundable. It covers items, such as administrative costs, a club swim cap for every swimmer, social activities and other small costs throughout the year.
  3. Monthly Fees - These are your swimming fees and go towards coaching and pool time. Monthly fees are paid on the first day of each month for the previous month (e.g. September fees are paid on September 1). Fees may be pro-rated if a swimmer is unable to swim for an extended period of time due to illness or injury. Please contact the Club Administrator to make arrangements. If you are moving or need to withdraw your child from the club for any reason, the Marlins require one month's written notice (30 days). The monthly fee obligation will terminate at the end of the month in which a swimmer withdraws from the club.
  4. Second Swimmers: There is a discount offered for additional swimmers from the same family. The swimmer with the highest monthly fee obligation pays the full fee and the discount is applied to the other swimmers in the family.
  5. Annual Fundraising Fee: The annual fundraising fee helps off-set the expenses of operating a club. This fee is no longer charged as one lump sum, but will be divided evenly and added to your account monthly. Each Bingo session worked provides a $60 credit to your account. The fundraising fee must be reduced to $0 by August 31 of 2024.

Note: Regina Marlins will not register swimmers in swim meets if the family has not complied with its fee obligations.

Swim Meet Charges

Entry Fees: Competitive swimmers are charged meet entry fees (usually about $7 - $10 per event) for each event (race) the swimmer is entered into. The entry fees are billed on a monthly basis to the swimmer's account. Regina Marlins confirms participation in meets with the family in advance of the entry deadline. Once entry fees have been submitted, there is no refund of fees for confirmed swimmers unless the host club agrees to refund the fee. (Parents are responsible for contacting the host club to request a refund.) Regina Marlins pays relay entry fees.

Meet Surcharges: A surcharge of $15 is applied to a one-day swim meet, $35 to a two-day in-province swim meet, and $75 to an out-of-province swim meet. There may be a van use surcharge if there is team travel. The meet surcharge(s) are non-refundable. Meet surcharges are used in part to cover coaching expenses.

High Performance Meets: Regina Marlins subsidizes the attendance of swimmers at high performance meets; however the extent of the subsidy is dependent on the financial resources of the club.

Subsidy: If you need support for your fees, you may be able to access support through Kidsport at