Frequenty Asked Questions

Here are some of the questions we’ve been asked … and some that we haven’t been asked! If you have a question that isn’t here please email the Webmaster.


Usernames and Passwords

Your Username and Password to access the “Members Only Area” are issued by the Membership Secretary.

Details of your Username and Password can be found in the confirmation of payment letter that you received following your annual renewal.

If you are unable to locate your confirmation letter please email the Membership secretary ( to request re-notification of your Username and Password.

The Username and Password for the TOC Forum were chosen by you when you registered.

The forum will have sent you an email to confirm your selected Username and Password when your registration was completed.

To request a new Password you must click on the link “I forgot my password” on the forum log in page.

NOTE: You cannot change your Username except by registering as a new user with a different Username.


Although the registration can be performed on-line, as volunteers, we need some time to put together your membership pack which will include everything you need to know about the club and the most recent issues of Floating Power.

Also included in the pack will be your Username and Password to access the “Members Only” Area (where you can access all back issues of FP together with relevant technical manuals, handbooks, brochures and articles).

It can take several weeks to process membership applications and the postage time may need to be factored in if you are outside the UK or EU.

Please email the Membership Secretary ( to request notification of your username and password.

NOTE: You cannot change your Username except by registering as a new user with a different Username.

Please email the Membrship Secretary ( to request confirmation of your membership number and (if appropriate) your Spares Levy Number.

Website Text Size

Hold down the “Ctrl” key and press the “+” to increase the font size or “-” to decrease the font size.
Pressing either of these keys while continuing to hold down the control key will continue to increase or decrease the font until it reaches its maximum.
To reset the font back to the default size press “Ctrl” + “0” keys.

For Apple Mac use the command key instead of the Ctrl key to perform this shortcut.

Alternately, your web browser will have a “Zoom” facility which can be used to increase or decrease the size of text on the webpage you are viewing.