Use of Pontoons

(prices effective from 1 July 2017)

Kellett Island

Vessels may lay alongside the pontoon at Kellett Island.  Please advise the marine office if your vessel is left alongside overnight. Please note that the pontoons must be kept clear of all vessels except Class boats from 0900 on Friday mornings until 0900 on Monday mornings.

Vessels that are under repair of the RHKYC boatyard may moor at weekends at a place designated by the Boatyard. Vessels who do not have approval will be subject to a penalty.


Shelter Cove

Class boats only are allowed to moor alongside from 0900 on Friday mornings until 0900 on Monday mornings when there is class racing.

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 vessels are allowed to moor alongside however no vessel may lay alongside the pontoon for more than 36 hours in each calendar week except with the permission of the Marine Office. 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.

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.

 

Middle Island

These pontoons are principally for use by dinghies, class boats and safety boats. 

Craft over 30’ are not allowed to moor alongside the pontoon system at Middle Island except at the designated zone. Craft above 30 feet may come alongside to drop off or load but may not tie up to the pontoon or be left unattended.

The designated zone is the section of pontoon at the east side of the crane and may be used by craft larger than thirty feet to pick up water, stores etc for no more than one hour.  Mooring lines should be tied up to the sea wall fixtures only and not the pontoon.

Members who infringe these rules will incur a penalty as decided from time to time by the General Committee and/or be subject to the Club’s disciplinary proceedings.