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HISC Cruiser News Update

These pages also provide information regarding ferry times, moorings & charges for both members and the visiting yachtsman.

We would welcome any queries or suggestions so please do contact us:-

Rear Commodore Cruising - David Dodgson

Cruising Committee - Richard Curties, Mike Tong, Justin Jones, Martin Grady, Tony Button.

Marine Manager- Mitch Webb - Contact via the HISC Office.

Latest News

Tender Rack allocation

Click here for Rack Allocation or Tender Flat Allocation for the list that shows the allocation of both the flat and rack spaces for 2017.

There are, as always, a couple of rules to be aware of:

  • Please only park in your allocated space. The flat tenders are in rows A, B, C and D which are clearly marked on the concrete and the fence.  The lowest number is near the concrete path and highest is next to the fence. The racks are numbered.

  • All tenders must have their current and paid for tag attached and ideally on the bow.

  • Harbour due stickers must be displayed on the port aft side.

  • Those tenders which belong to mooring holders must also display the Yacht name on the stern with TT prior to the name.

  • There are chains to tie the tenders too on all the flat rows.

Outboard Shed

Changes being implemented from 1st April 2017 in relation to the operation of the outboard shed . . .

First there will be an annual fee payable of £10 (Lost keys will incur a £5 charge)

The shed door lock will be changed and new keys will be available from the office on payment of the fee.

At the same time the member will be required to inform the office of the make and model of the outboard
and it will be registered. A tag will be provided for attachment to the outboard.

Unpaid for outboards will be put on a “sin-bin” higher shelf in the shed pending payment or later for disposal.

Members are reminded that there are Rules relating to the use of the shed which are written on the inside face of the shed’s door.

In particular:

NO FUEL CANS SHOULD BE STORED IN THE SHED

ENGINES SHOULD BE STORED ON THE RACKS PROVIDED

ENGINES SHOULD BE MARKED WITH THE OWNER’S NAME (tags are being provided)

ENGINES SHOULD NOT BE STORED ON TROLLEYS ROUND THE FLOOR OF THE SHED

Many thanks,
Mike Tong


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