Copies of these rules are available in the Skyline Marine Center Office
All boats need to be pumped out prior to haul out. Owner agrees that any work approved by marina will be done by following the Mandatory Best Management Practices as recommended in the Department of Ecology’s (Resource Manual for Pollution Prevention in Marinas) and as well as the Clean Marina Washington (BMP’s). I further agree to hold Skyline Marina (operated by Skyline Marine Center, LLC) harmless and to assume all responsibility for occurrences, accidents, injuries or damages whether by myself or by persons designated by me, and do acknowledge that I and persons designated by me are competent in the use of Skyline’s boat handling facilities.
· Owners/subcontractors must provide a current certificate of liability insurance of $300,000 or more AND list Skyline Marine Center as an additional insured on the policy prior to arrival. Policies must be maintained for the duration of time your vessel is in our facility.
· Owners/subcontractors are not permitted to work on boats inside the indoor or outdoor storage facilities without prior written consent from the marina office. Failure to notify SMC prior to working on your boat will result in a $250.00 fine, per occurrence, and possible removal from the storage facility.
· SMC is not responsible for any loss or damage to vessels or property resulting from fire, theft, accident, vandalism, or acts of God, nor are we liable to owners, guests, etc. working or visiting Skyline property.
· All invoices/charges are due prior to vessel launching/departing. SMC requires all storage and DIY customers to have a valid credit card on file.
· Owners/subcontractors will not operate, handle, or board any marina equipment including, but not limited to, Travelift, monorail, forklifts, aerial lifts, hydraulic lifts, pressure washers, power tools, etc.
· Owners/subcontractors must sign in and out every time in the marina office. Failure to sign in/out will result in a $40.00 non-compliance fee per day, per individual.
· Owners/subcontractors are not allowed to live/sleep aboard boats in the shed, yard or DIY.
· The use of drugs or alcohol on marina property is prohibited. No smoking inside storage shed or yard.
· Lay-day charges begin on the day of haul-out, drop off, or unloading of a vessel. Actions by owners and/or their agents that delay the arrival/ability to haul-out, drop off or unload may also result in lay-day charges.
· Haul/launch appointments more than 30 minutes late will be charged $50.00 and may result in rescheduling to a different time or day. Additional lay-day charges will apply in these circumstances.
· Good Faith Rule: Contractors will not solicit business while working at Skyline Marina. Non-compliance with this rule will result in loss of yard privilege.
· Submission of any application does not guarantee space for a vessel. Space for storage, DIY, or moorage must be approved by SMC. Please contact our office prior to submitting any applications.
Storage Rules (Indoor & Outdoor):
Absolutely no exterior work is allowed on vessels in our indoor
or outdoor storage facilities. This includes sanding, cutting, drilling,
scraping, washing, waxing, stripping, painting, coating, varnishing, welding, engine
repair, etc. Some minor interior work is allowed in the shed/yard storage with
prior written consent from the marina office.
· Owners/contractors are only allowed access to vessels during
business hours. Anyone found inside our storage facilities outside of business
hours will be fined $250.00, reported to law enforcement, and the vessel will
be removed immediately from our facility.
· Owners may not park a vehicle in our storage facilities after
hours. The space around your vessel must remain clean and clear of any
supplies, equipment, gear, etc.
· No driving vehicles into the shed. Operate all vehicles 5 mph or
less when in the yard/DIY.
Vessel Maintenance & Repair Rules (DIY Yard):
Example of proper tenting: fully enclosed with plastic, supports for plastic to rest on, tenting attached to hull of boat and secured to ground (note: tenting doesn’t need to be shrink-wrap material like this picture)