The Cruising Station Rules are different from the Outstation Rules. Please read them carefully to make sure your understand them. This will avoid disappointment and misunderstandings.

Mill Bay Group

The three marinas that we have arrangements with are:

Port Browning Marina -
http://www.portbrowning.ca/ Phone - (250).629-3493

Port Sidney Marina - http://www.portsidney.com/ Phone - 250-655-3711

Mill Bay Marina - http://www.millbaymarina.ca/ Phone - 1-877-443-4303

All Marinas monitor VHF Channel 66A



Mill Bay Group, Mill Bay, BC

This outline is intended to provide the parameters for the agreement between the Royal City Yacht Club (RCYC) and Mill Bay Group (MBMG)
RCYC will provide guidelines to its membership as to the usage of the cruising stations and will be responsible for enforcing guidelines below as follows:
1.Each member will be allowed to stay for Two Nights per cruising season moorage and power included.
Season = May 1
st through September 30th Annually until cancelled or modified by RCYC or MBMG.
2. Members must book a reservation with the following marinas direct: Mill Bay Marina, Port Sidney Marina, Port Browning Marina; they provide their name, contact number, boat name, LOA and credit card number and expiry date to guarantee the reservation. Nothing gets put through on the card and the 24-hour cancellation policy applies.
3. All members must present their valid Current Year RCYC membership card upon registration at the Marina office.
4. All members must abide to the rules and regulations of the Marinas, as would any paying guest.

MBMG marinas will provide moorage on an “as available” basis to RCYC members up to the amount of unused funding. Additionally the marinas will:

1. Ensure that anyone claiming moorage under the RCYC cruising station are in fact RCYC members by inspecting their valid Current Year membership card. No card, no moorage, no exceptions.
2. MBMG will keep a separate record of all moorage charged by recording the date, the name of the RCYC member, the name of the boat and LOA of the boat. This record shall be sent to RCYC designate at the end of September each year.
3. Moorage & power rates are set annually by MBMG.
4. MBMG will only charge the RCYC cruising station fund for moorage. Any and all other charges such as cancellation charges (if any) are to be paid for by the boater and not RCYC.
5. It is the marinas’ responsibility to ensure that every boater is aware of any rules and regulations that the marina requires boaters to comply with and to undertake its own enforcement. RCYC assumes no liability to MBMG other than to make payment for moorage under the agreement. RCYC is to be notified if any of its members violate any rules or regulations.

6. The marinas will always allow drop-in moorage when space is available without a reservation.
7. Blackout days, if any, will be advised on an ongoing basis.
8 MBMG will endeavour to give RCYC notice if it looks like the funds will run out. RCYC will decide to top up the account or not and advise the MBMG accordingly.




TELEGRAPH HARBOUR MARINA - THETIS ISLAND
TEL: 1-800-246-6011 VHF 66A

Owners & Managers - Ron Faoro & Tara Kaulback
This outline is intended to provide the parameters for the agreement between the Royal City Yacht Club (RCYC) and Telegraph Harbour Marina (THM)

RCYC will provide guidelines to its membership as to the usage of the cruising station and will be responsible for enforcing guidelines below as follows:

1. Each member will be allowed to stay for two nights including power, The 2018 Blackout dates are: May 19 & 20, June 7, 8 9. August 31. Sept. 1, 2.
2. Long weekends are a minimum of 2-day stay.
3. Members must book a reservation with the marina; they provide their name, contact number, boat name, LOA and credit card number and expiry date to guarantee the reservation. Nothing gets put through on the card and the 24-hour cancellation policy applies.
4. All members must present their valid RCYC membership card upon registration at the Marina office.
5. All members must abide to the rules and regulations of the marina, as would any paying guest.

The marina will provide moorage on an “as available” basis to RCYC members up to the amount of unused funding. Additionally the marina will:

1. Ensure that anyone claiming moorage under the RCYC cruising station are in fact RCYC members for 2018 by inspecting their valid 2018 membership card. No card, no moorage, no exceptions.
2. Keep a separate record of all moorage credited by recording the date, the name of the RCYC member, the name of the boat and LOA of the boat. This record shall be sent to RCYC designate at the end of September 2018.
3. Moorage & power rates for May1, 2018 through September 30th are $1.55/foot/day & $9/day for 1X30 amp power outlet respectively.
4. The marina will only charge the RCYC cruising station fund for moorage and power. Any and all other charges such as cancellation charges (if any) are to be paid for by the boater and not RCYC.
5. It is the marina’s responsibility to ensure that every boater is aware of any rules and regulations that the marina requires boaters to comply with and to undertake its own enforcement. RCYC assumes no liability to the marina other than to make payment for moorage under the agreement. RCYC is to be notified if any of its members violate any rules or regulations.
6. The 2018 Blackout dates are: May 19 & 20, June 7, 8 9. August 31. Sept. 1, 2.
7. The marina will always allow drop-in moorage when space is available without a reservation.


John Henry’s Marina- Pender Harbour

1. Maximum stay is two (2) nights and two (2) days in any calendar month
. Contact John Henry’s on VHF 66A or 604 883-2336

2. Power is included in your moorage. Members will be responsible to pay the cost of garbage disposal and any other services, i.e. cancellation fee and recycling

3. Current membership cards should be carried with you at all times in the event you may be requested to show proof of membership.

4. Respectful and courteous behaviour is expected from all members and their guests at all times. Use of the cruising station is at the member’s risk.