Use of Pontoons

(prices effective from 1 July 2017)

Kellett Island

Boats are welcome to lay alongside the pontoon at Kellett Island - however, members are reminded that boats are not permitted to lay alongside the eastern pontoon other than to pick up / drop off on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.


Shelter Cove

Red sector - Boat handling area - no mooring at any time.
Blue sector - for taking on water only.
Yellow sector - Limited to 15 minutes - pick up / drop off.
All other areas of the pontoon - 1st 3 days, FOC, 4 to 8 days will be cherged at $9/ft/day, thereafter $40/ft/day. 

Members may not berth their vessels alongside the seawall in the restricted area except for loading and unloading, for which a maximum period of 15 minutes is permitted.  Members who infringe this rule may be subject to additional charges as decided by the General Committee and/or subject to the Club’s disciplinary proceedings.

No vessel may lay alongside the pontoon for more than 36 hours in each calendar week. Members who infringe this rule will incur a penalty as decided from time to time by the General Committee and/or subject to the Club’s disciplinary proceedings.

 


Middle Island

These pontoons are principally for use by dinghies - dependant upon how busy the pontoon area is, yachts may lay alongside for no more than 15 minutes to pick up / drop off.

The Maine Sub-committee would like to remind members that craft over 30’ are not allowed to moor alongside the plastic pontoon system at Middle Island.

The Pontoon system is not suitable for mooring vessels above 30’ as the cleats are not designed to take heavy loads.