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DOCKING AND MOORING RULES

Guest Time Dock Limits

Weekend Dock Use Schedule:
Angle Dock Tee Head
Friday 2 hours 1 hour
Saturday 2 hours 1 hour
Sunday 1 hour ½ hour
No overnight tie up without reservation through manager.

 

Monday through Thursday Dock Use Schedule
Angle and Tee Head Space – Two-hour tree tie-up. Fee charged per each 24 hours thereafter, whether all or part is used. ONLY ONE DOCK may be occupied under fee at any given time. Maximum time along side – 24 hours.

Yachts moored in slips, temporary or permanent, shall have not less than “double” bow and stem lines. Port, starboard and spring lines (not less than two) shall be used. Adequate fenders shall be placed between adjacent vessels.

The use of un-grounded, ie. “two wire”, cords is strictly forbidden and such cords will be disconnected and removed during daily dock inspection.

Fresh, potable is available on the dock. Use what you need but please conserve as the supply is limited. Spring loaded nozzles must be used on hoses at all times and hoses must not be left connected when the boat is left unattended, (ie. overnight).

Under no circumstances are dinghies to be tied between or behind vessels in slips, in vacant slips, or at either guest dock. Two dinghy landings are provided.

Dinghies left at the main dinghy dock for more than a few minutes should be tied to the side along the main dock between the dinghy landing and the beach, to afford access to the landing by others. Dinghies left overnight must be hauled ashore to allow space for those in regular use. Tie-up space on the East dinghy dock is reserved for Live-Aboard member’s dinghies as assigned by the Club Manager.

Other member yacht owners desiring dinghy space at the East dinghy dock must apply to the Club Manager for a space assignment if and when it is available.

All housekeeping, maintenance, or repair activities shall be carried out entirely onboard the yacht or in the Club’s designated work area. The walkways, deck, angle dock and tee-head shall remain unobstructed at all times.

Absolutely no cleaning of fish, engine parts, anchors, chains, lines or other yacht gear on the dock.

Anchoring or mooring within a 50-foot radius of the end of the main dock is prohibited at all times.

Yachts desiring to anchor (temporary) or moor (permanent) should check in with the Manager or Fleet Captain in advance for location assignment and leave phone numbers for emergency use.

Swimming – Members and their guests shall be prohibited from swimming within 100 feet of the dock, except within the designated swimming area or for the maintenance of their boats.

Member boat owners desiring assignment of a permanent pier slip shall make written application in such form as prescribed by the Fleet Captain.





The Club is formed for the express purpose of promoting interest and activity in the ownership, racing and cruising of yachts and small boats; of providing a meeting place for members whose common interest lies in ships and the sea; of augmenting the recreational facilities and visitor attractions of the island; of exchange and courtesies with other yacht clubs of the United States and Caribbean islands, and of extending to visiting yachtsmen the hospitality of St. Croix.

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Office: 340-773-9531 
Fax:       888-344-8815 

Mailing Address:

St. Croix Yacht Club|
5100 Teague Bay
C'sted, St. Croix 00820

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