(1) Facilities to
store or moor a boat or vessel at a park marina may be obtained on a first
come, first served basis from the Park Superintendent at an established monthly
(2) A lease must be
negotiated for space other than on a day-to-day or transient basis.
(3) Moorage will be limited to occupancy of
an assigned space in a slip or dry storage area provided as a part of the park
development and specifically designed for the type of boat to be
No vessel or
craft using barrels or metal containers for flotation will be permitted in park
Exception: The use of metal containers when filled with an
appropriate amount of flotation material such as styrofoam will be
under lease may not arrange for or provide electric service to their place of
mooring. Where such service is allowed, it will be provided through the Park
(6) All mooring
shall be such as to permit easy and prompt removal of craft in the event of
fire or other emergency.
moored craft shall be kept in a safe and seaworthy condition.
(8) Swimming is prohibited in all harbor
Proper sanitation, neat
appearance and acceptable aesthetic standards shall be met at all times.
(a) No garbage or refuse of any kind may be
dumped overboard. All such material shall be placed in proper receptacles
provided on land.
(b) Littering of
shoreline areas is strictly prohibited.
(c) Each craft moored in the harbor must be
kept in good repair and appearance by the owner.
(d) Craft may not be removed from the water
and left parked upon park property for more than forty-eight (48) hours without
written permission of the Superintendent.
(e) All vessels moored in a park marina must
have an approved type of treatment device if they have a toilet on