I. General Use Procedures and Transient Docks Usage
*No transient boat shall be left unattended overnight at any dock without permission of the Harbormaster or a flag officer.
*If left unattended at all, boats must be tied four ways where possible.
*Use of heads or sinks that discharge overboard are not allowed in the Club harbor areas or in Cayuga Lake.
*Washing, painting, or repairing boats shall not inconvenience other boats or damage facilities in any way.
*A no-wake boat speed of under 5 mph must be adhered to within 100 yards of all Club docks, the marina, moorings, and all Club property.
*Boat and picnic waste may be disposed of in Club-provided trashcans.
*Service area for car parking at the North Docks is limited to 10 minutes for loading and off-loading.
*To aid in vessel identification, please affix the current season’s sticker to your boat or trailer, and fly an IYC burgee when your boat is at the Club.
II. South Marina, North Dock, and Dry Storage Usage by Marina Members
*Painting, stripping or sanding on any dock or walkway is not permitted.
*Noisy or invasive work is prohibited.
*Dock lines, power cords, TV and telephone lines, and water hoses shall be neat and orderly, and shall not cross over docks or walkways.
*No additions, deletions, or modifications may be made to a slip facility, except as approved in writing by the Board of Directors, upon recommendation by the Harbormaster.
*All halyards, sheets, electrical lines, other lines and rigging shall be properly secured so as to prevent noise.
*Members shall be familiar with and adhere to guest rules, including visiting boat rules (see below) and Marina/North Dock rules.
III. Slip Waiting Lists, Rentals, and Renewal of Rentals
A. If a slip holder wishes to surrender his/her slip for one season, he/she may do so by checking the appropriate line on the “Slip Rental Agreement and Payment Notice” (I would like the Harbormaster to sublet my slip for the 200X season.), or if the “rental agreements” have not been mailed, by writing directly to the Harbormaster. If the member wants to return to his/her slip in the subsequent season, s/he can only do so by paying all fees (slip rental fee and any initiation fee or initiation fee balance) for the season s/he will be temporarily vacating the slip. The Harbormaster will then attempt to locate a sublet for the slip for the impending season. The slip holder understands that s/he is still liable for the slip rent (and the initiation fee or initiation fee balance) for the impending season unless and until the Harbormaster is able to lease the slip.
B. If the slip holder finds a member in good standing who agrees to sublet his/her slip, s/he may suggest that member to the Harbormaster. If no other member who has asked to sublet a slip is ahead of that person on the waiting list, the Harbormaster will assign that individual to the slip. The slip holder’s obligation for the impending season will thus be fulfilled by the person assigned by the Harbormaster to sublet the slip. The club will then refund to the slip holder who is taking a leave from his/her slip an amount of money consistent with the length of the sublease (entire season or a portion of the season) and the length of the boat that will occupy the slip (e.g.., if the slip is a 40' slip, but the sub lessee’s boat requires only a 25’ slip, the member who has been temporarily assigned to the slip will be charged an amount consistent with the present practice for the size slip his/her boat requires and, the slip holder’s refund will be reduced by the difference). The member renting the slip must provide a Certificate of Insurance demonstrating that they have at least $300,000 in liability insurance before occupying the slip, in addition to paying the slip rental and electricity charge (plus tax).
C. If the slip holder wishes to take another leave for the subsequent season, s/he will again be responsible for the slip rent (and the initiation fee or initiation fee balance) for that season unless and until the Harbormaster is able to lease the slip. The process for leave taking and retaining the “first right of refusal” will be the same as that detailed above.
Slip holder: A member in good standing who occupies a slip to which no one else has a claim and retains the right to annually renew this slip by paying all appropriate fees.
Sublet: A member in good standing who has been assigned, by the Harbormaster to a slip from which a slip holder has taken a temporary leave. A sublet is not a transfer from another slip or a transient boat who has been give temporary dock space by the Harbormaster (i.e. a visitor from another Yacht Club or a boat in need of repair).
IV. Marina and North Dock Safety Rules
V. Marina and North Dock Schedule of Operation
VI. Visiting Boat and Reciprocity Rules
In addition to all rules applying to Ithaca Yacht Club members, the following rules are in effect for visiting boats, and those with whom the Ithaca Yacht Club has a written Reciprocity Agreement:
*Upon arrival, the visiting skipper must sign in with the Harbormaster, office manager, or a flag officer.
*Sign in at guest register located at the Clubhouse.
*The Harbormaster will designate and assign North Dock slips to visiting boats requesting overnight dockage, upon availability. Any visiting boat with a guest pass or with an attending member may use any available transient slip for day-time usage.
*Ithaca Yacht Club members with boating guests should clear any guest privileges with the Harbormaster or a flag officer
*There is a three-day limit at docks for visitors, with extensions authorized by the Harbormaster.
*Docking fees are determined on an annual basis. Those boaters who are members of clubs with whom the IYC shares a reciprocity agreement will be provide with docking free of charge for the first two nights.
*After the two-day grace period the dockage fee is $2/boat-foot per day. Electricity is available for $5/day.