Boat Parking Rules and Regulations

RNYC Boat Park 2017/18 Sailing Season

PARKING, BOAT PARKING AND PARKING FEES
We have limited space for boat parking on the Ndongeni lawns park and we ask that all Members please follow the rules and regulations and not leave cars on the lawn longer than necessary for offloading / hitching trailers.  Cars may not be parked in the boat park at any time without prior arrangement with Management.  Also note cars and boats may not be parked in front of the Anchor or Vasco da Gama Clock.

All boats parking on the lawns have been invoiced and boats or trailers that are not registered with the Club Office and /or without the proper stickers on will be removed.

 Platinum Member’s Lawn Boat Parking Fees:

  1. First Boat stored free.
  2. Second Boat R250.00
  3. Third Boat R 500.00
  4. Forth Boat R750.00
  5. Trailer without boat stored upon are charged at R500 each and stored in non-prime spot areas. (This is subject to sailing Committee approval and this offer may be rescinded at any time with a prorate fee paid back.)

N.B: If a Platinum Member has 4 boats stored at the club, the fee is Free+250+500+750 = R1500.00.

 Gold and all other RNYC Member’s Lawn Boat Parking Fees:

  1. First Boat stored R250.00.
  2. Second Boat R500.00
  3. Third Boat R 750.00
  4. Forth Boat R1000.00
  5. Trailer without boat stored upon are charged at R750 each and stored in non-prime spot areas. (This is subject to sailing Committee approval and this offer may be rescinded at any time with a prorate fee paid back.)

N.B: If a Gold or other RNYC member has 4 boats stored at the club, the fee is 250+500+750+1000 = R2500.00.

N.N.B: Gold or other RNYC member’s Trailers without boats stored upon them are charged at R750 each and stored in non-prime spot areas.

 Non-RNYC Member’s Lawn Boat Parking Fees:

  1. One boat only charged at R750.00 per annum. (Subject to RNYC Sailing Committee approval.)
  2. No trailers without boats on them will be stored.
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