RCYC GENERAL OUTSTATION RULES – 2018-2019



The following rules are set forth to ensure fair and equitable access to the RCYC outstations for all eligible members. The rules have been approved by the RCYC Bridge who may amend them as circumstances warrant.

Ganges

  • 1. Maximum stay is three (3) consecutive nights. Exception is when there is sufficient space available for other members' boats; then a prolonged stay is permitted.

  • 2. Moorage and power is included in your membership. Members will be responsible to pay the cost of garbage disposal and any other services.

  • 3. Use of the RCYC Outstations is limited to RCYC regular members and life members.

  • 4. Members MUST register at the Marina Office upon arrival and show current membership card. Duration of stay must be recorded prior to departure.

  • 5.All eligible members shall have equal privileges at the outstations.

  • 6. No Members' vessels may be moved except in an emergency.

  • 7. No member or owner shall leave their vessel for more than 12 hours, unless extenuating circumstances.

  • 8. The RCYC Burgee MUST be flown at all times during a vessel's stay at an outstation.

  • 9. Since RAFTING IS MANDATORY please ensure you have placed fenders alongside of your boating for safety reasons: large boats must raft to similar sized boats.

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

  • 11. Respectful and courteous behaviour is expected from all members and their guests at all times. Use of the Outstation is at the Members' risk

  • 12. RCYC and its officers assume neither responsibility nor liability for members' vessels, equipment and/or guests aboard said vessels.

  • 13. Upon occupancy (at tie-up), member is deemed to have accepted all of the rules, conditions, responsibilities, and liabilities as stated in the RCYC general rules.

  • 14. There are no reciprocal privileges with other yacht clubs for the use of RCYC outstations.

  • 15. Resolution of disputes regarding non-covered issues shall rest with the RCYC Bridge. All disputes shall be submitted in writing to the Commodore.

  • 16. It is understood that in the event the outstation is full and a member must pay moorage, all vessels at the outstation must participate in paying this member's moorage cost.