XII. BOAT WORK
(A) Any work that produces environmental pollutants must be done in the boat work area.
(B) Only Squadron members or their permitted contractors may use the boat work area for work on Squadron member boats only. Any Squadron member or contractor performing work on behalf of a member must sign a boat work agreement and pay a deposit to the Manager before performing work.
(C ) No children under the age of 12 are allowed in the boat work area.
(D) Use of loud, dust/debris-causing equipment or otherwise disruptive equipment is prohibited during major Squadron events.
(E) Sandblasting and spray painting is allowed only if the vessel or affected area is fully tented with plastic or canvas.
(F) The Boat Work Area must be cleaned of dirt and debris after each use. Failure to do so may result in the termination of a member’s or his contractor’s privilege to use the boat work area.
(G) All paints, solvents, supplies and equipment must be disposed of and used properly, neatly organized, and stowed daily. The work site must be completely cleaned up after use.
(H) Barnacles must be swept up and disposed of in the appropriate Squadron dumpster.
(I) No person’s boat may occupy the Boat Work Area for more than 14 consecutive days.
(J)Fees and deposits must be paid prior to commencing work. See appropriate fee schedule.
Squadron (power) Boat Use. The Mako and Whaler are to be used by the members to go to and from their moorings. Use should be no more than 30 minutes. Big Ben is to be used only by race committee, or as a safety boat, or for a rescue. The Pontoon boat is to be used for race committee or as a safety boat. If you are unsure of the boat’s operation, please ask for instructions.
If a member notices that any of the boats are not working properly, please inform the office. Also, check the gas and oil before taking any of the boats, and if the tanks are almost empty on your return, please fill up the cans so the boat will be ready for the next user.
Under no conditions are these power boats to be used for joy riding, or by private companies working on members boats or moorings. There is a $5.00 per use charge for use of the Mako and Whaler and members must sign the board in the office before taking the boat.