Scale of Charges for Use of HSC Facilities

All fees are payable before departure from the club

Pontoon Members Visitors
First 3 Hours Nil Nil
Days 1 to 7 £5.00 £20.00
Day 8 to 28 £11.00 £44.00
Thereafter Per Day £22.00 £88.00

Winter Rate: £25 per Week. Only available to Members. Maximum 21 days in any 30 day period. Only between the Cruiser Lift Out (Autumn) and Lift In (Spring).

Facility Members Visitors
Grids per Tide £5.00 N/A
High Pressure Hose Nil N/A
Meter Tokens £3.00 N/A
Derrick £10.00 £20.00
Cruiser Trolley – Per Haul £10.00 N/A
Electric Winch – Per Haul £10.00 N/A

Notes:

  • Masters of yachts and other craft must make their own arrangements for care of their boats during times of absences from the locality. The Club cannot accept responsibility for the safety of craft, but may at their discretion, cause same to be removed or secured or otherwise dealt with, without liabilty for damage caused thereto or to other craft nearby, and at cost to the owner.
  • Please make cheques payable to H.S.C.
  • Payment should be made by completing the fees form, place in provided plastic bag, together with the payment. Post bag in Honesty Box under the Scale of Charges Notice Board which is located under the Club balcony.
  • Visitors should not make a payment to any club member and instead use the honesty box
  • Club members should not accept payment from visitors and should direct them to use the honesty box.

HSC storage rules and Fees, Subscriptions 2021.

Storing any boat, dingy, kayak or water transport vessel must meet the requirements of the following HSC Club rule:-

Rule 26 – FEES, SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS – All of which are not liable for V.A.T.

Annual subscriptions and entrance fees for the categories – Full, Full and Spouse, OAP, OAP and Spouse, Young Adult (aged 18 to 21 inclusive), Junior (aged 13 to 17 inclusive) and Junior (aged 12 and under) shall be of such sum as shall be determined from time to time by members voting at a legally constituted general meeting of the club.

All pontoon fees: When exceeding any published free use period, shall be such sum as shall be determined from time to time by members voting at a legally constituted general meeting of the club.

Working Party Donation: In lieu of working 6 hours shall be such sum as shall be determined from time to time by members voting at a legally constituted general meeting of the club. (See note 3).

1.       Fees for the storage of cruisers, tenders (toast racks), sailing dinghy and kayak racks, outboard engine store, inflatable dinghy store, annual flat sailing dinghy allocations and summer sailing dinghy storages. These fees shall be of such sum as shall be determined from time to time by members voting at a legally constituted General Meeting of the Club.

2.       The expression ‘Cruiser’ shall be defined for this purpose as any vessel that would normally be kept on a mooring.

3.       The expression “sailing dinghy and kayak racks” shall be defined for this purpose as any official space that requires the dinghy or kayak to be physically lifted to gain access.

4.       The expression annual, 1st March to 1st March, flat sailing dinghy allocations shall be defined as spaces allocated annually by the Sailing Committee to prioritise the clubs regular dinghy sailing members.

5.       The expression “Summer Dinghy Storage” shall be defined as a period when the cruisers lift into the water and expires the week before cruisers lift back out of the water into the compound (usually Mid-April to the end of October).

 

Rule 32- Storage. Permission to store any craft or equipment in the compound or gear store must be obtained from the sailing committee, prior to bringing the item onto club property or extending any period of storage.

Cruisers – All craft stored in the compound must comply with the conditions set out in the compound form. The maximum size of craft using the winch to access the compound to be restricted to craft not exceeding five tons displacement. Craft being craned into the compound will be limited to 36 feet in length and six tonnes when weighed by the cranes computer, any vessel exceeding this figure will be put back in the water and the owner will be liable for the cost of the lift.

All other boats and associated equipment stored on HSC owned property shall clearly display a current storage sticker which is visible in the stored position. Cruiser masts in the gear store can only be stored for a maximum period of 12 months unless an extension is authorised. All craft shall be seaworthy and capable of being taken afloat, no oils, paints, acids, highly flammable material or combustion engines shall be kept on the Club premises. Outboard engines may only be stored in the flammable store. Road trailers must not be stored in the club compound unless part of a combi unit under a registered dinghy (the combi unit must not be wider than the dinghy). Trolleys or cradles for cruisers must not be stored in the compound when not in use (excluding club equipment).

The Management Committee shall, at its absolute discretion, have the power to remove from HSC owned property any boat or launching trolley, trailer or other gear belonging to a member or past member, providing that the identity of the owner of such boat or launching trolley or boat’s gear is known to the Officers of the Club. The Secretary shall write to such member giving him seven days’ notice of the Committee’s intention. Any boat or equipment not displaying the owner’s membership number and not purporting to belong to a HSC member will be set aside and marked for disposal. The management committee will publicise the boat or equipment on the notice board and if necessary in the local paper, demanding the removal of the illegally stored item. If after two months following publication, the owner is not found, and the item is not removed, the committee shall consider the item gifted to HSC which they shall dispose of as they see fit, usually by auctioning to the highest bidder. Non-members are not permitted to store any boat or equipment on HSC owned property unless prior permission has been sought.

  1. Seaworthy shall be defined for this purpose to mean, must be used at least twice per year and venture beyond the end of the club landing stage.
  2. The owner of any item stored is defined by the majority shareholder or if a 50/50 partnership, by the nominated person.

Members seeking permission to store vessels in the summer storage yard are required to contact the sailing committee and storage officer on the email addresses below.

Email: sailingsecretary@hardwaysailingclub.co.uk and  storage@hardwaysailingclub.co.uk

Application process before any vessel is to be placed in the yard:

  1. Email the sailing committee and storage office attaching the form at   CraneSyndicate application form 2020 2021
  2. Await permission from the sailing committee.
  3. If permission is granted, pay the fees indicated.
  4. If permission is not granted no vessel is allowed in the yard.
  5. Once fees have cleared the storage officer will allocate a vacant position.
  6. All other boats and associated equipment stored on HSC owned property shall clearly display a current storage sticker which is visible in the stored position
  7. Vessels in the summer yard must be ready to vacate before the winter lift in date. Any issues likely to affect this date must be escalated to the sailing committee immediately they become known.

Storage charges at HSC 2021.

 

LocationTypeRestrictionsAnnual Payment
Outboard storeOutboard engineThe maximum size of an engine in the store shall be width = 320mm [includes the handle] & length 1M£10
Inflatable storeInflatableTo be stored Deflated£10

 

LocationToast RacksType of TenderAnnual Payment
CompoundTendersTo fit rack space:

Inflatables kept Inflated
£10

 

LocationKayak Only RacksRestrictionsAnnual Payment
CompoundKayakCan be physically lifted to fit rack space:£7.50

 

LocationDinghy Racks Top & MiddleRestrictionsAnnual Payment
CompoundDinghiesCan be physically lifted to fit rack space£15 (If moved into compound for summer storage a further charge of £15 is due)
CompoundKayak (Authorised)Can be physically lifted to fit rack space£7.50

 

LocationDinghy Racks Bottom SlotsRestrictionsAnnual Payment
CompoundDinghiesCan be physically lifted Authorised for Compound summer positions Mast up£30

 

LocationDinghy Flat PositionsRestrictionsAnnual Payment
CompoundDinghies with masts up.Allocated annually by Sailing Committee£30

 

LocationDinghy Flat PositionsRestrictionsAnnual Payment
CompoundDinghies A period when the cruisers lift into the water and expires the week before cruisers lift back out of the water into the compound (usually Mid-April to the end of October).£15
CompoundKayaks (Max 2 per space if authorised by Storage officer)A period when the cruisers lift into the water and expires the week before cruisers lift back out of the water into the compound (usually Mid-April to the end of October).£7.50 each

 

LocationCraft in Compound Prior to Lift InRestrictionsAnnual Payment
CompoundCraft Over 6M Length£10 monthly
CompoundCraftUnder 6M Length£5 monthly

 

Vessel Lift In/ Lift Out Costs:
Boat Yard TrolleysUse by authorised persons£10 per use
Donkey WinchUse by authorised persons£10 per use

 

A copy of the above charges can be downloaded from the link below:

2019-Final-Storage-Fees. (2)