The following Rules and Regulations are posted and made part of the Dock and Dry Storage Terms of Agreement for each Vessel Owner storing a Vessel at Lakeshore Marina.
1. All Capitalized terms in these rules and regulations have the same meaning as that contained in the Terms of Agreement.
2. Vessels are required to be kept clean and in good repair at all times. Vessels in good repair do not require electrical power or active bilge pumps to remain afloat. Vessels found to regularly fill with water and which require regular pumping out will be removed from the water and/ or the Vessel Owner will be required to remove the Vessel from the Marina. Vessels which are not maintained in a reasonably clean manner will also be removed or the Vessel Owner will be required to remove the Vessel from the Marina.
3. The Marina is not responsible for jump-starting any vessel, charging the battery of any vessel, or towing any disabled Vessel.
4. Dry Storage:
a. Removal and Return of Vessels in dry storage must be scheduled with the Office. All Vessels being returned to Dry Storage must be returned prior to 5:00 PM on a day that the Marina is open for business.
b. Bimini Tops and other similar sun shades should be stowed and outboard motors locked in their upright positions.
c. Each Vessel must have sufficient lines and bumpers to allow it to be tied off safely. The Marina will not provide lines or bumpers and will not place a Vessel in the water if it is missing lines and/ or bumpers.
d. Vessel Owners whose Vessels leak oil or other fluids onto other Vessels will be responsible for any damages caused.
e. Ballast Water must be discharged and empty when Vessels are returned for Dry Storage. Full Ballasts are a hazard to dry storage racks, forklifts, employees and other Vessels. Vessels found to have full Ballasts will be fined $500.00 for the first occurrence. Any second occurrence will result in termination of the Storage Agreement.
f. Marina reserves the right to refuse to remove a Vessel from dry storage if the present weather conditions (including, but not limited to water on the Marina’s lots) make it too hazardous to operate the forklift. The relative safety conditions shall be in the sole discretion of the Marina. Call at least an hour in advance to have your boat on the water. Boats get put in the water in the order of calls. Last call for a Vessel to go into the water is 4:00 pm. The last hour is dedicated to boat rentals returning, misc. things to do around the marina, and putting boats up to get our numbers down to 36.
5. All Vessel Owners and their Guests shall treat Marina employees and other Vessel Owners and guests with respect at all times.
6. All docks must be kept clear for cleaning. Vessel Owners shall not store toys, ride-ons, equipment or other items on the docks.
7. There is no swimming, jumping off vessels or other horseplay in the Marina. Any dangerous or inappropriate behavior may be grounds for removal from the Marina.
8. Vessels should be stored only at the slip assigned to the Vessel. Vessel Owners and guests are prohibited from accessing, boarding, or otherwise interfering with any Vessel without the express permission of that Vessel’s Owner.
9. Any criminal activity occurring at the Marina is prohibited.
10. The Marina reserves the right to amend these Rules and Regulations and to post updated Rules and Regulations in the Marina Office.
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