EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB 2011 DOCKAGE APPLICATION

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					                      EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB 2011 DOCKAGE APPLICATION
Must be received in the Club office on or before February 28, 2011, with all fees to avoid penalty. Must be received on or
before March 15, 2011, with fees and a penalty of 5% or forfeiture of slip will occur.
                                                PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE                            OFFICE USE ONLY

OWNER/APPLICANT ___________________________________________________________ SLIP:________________

MEMBER NUMBER ____________ SENIORITY DATE ___(office will fill out)____________                                    M.N._________________

ADDRESS ____________________________________________________________________ S.D._________________

CITY _____________________________________ STATE_____________ ZIP_____________ D.R._________________

PHONE: HOME (_____)_____________________ BUSINESS (_____)___________________                                     P.O._________________

OTHER OWNER (S) ____________________________________________________________ P.I. _________________

E-MAIL ADDRESS_______________________________________________

SPOUSE E-MAIL ADDRESS_______________________________________

SECTION I: YACHT DATA

YACHT NAME ________________________________ POWER ____ SAIL ____ MANUFACTURER _________________

STATE REGISTRATION/DOCUMENTATION # ___________________ LENGTH OVERALL _______ BEAM ____________
SECTION II: 2010 SLIP ASSIGNMENT

If you did not have a permanent slip assigned to you in 2010, please check here ____ and go to Section III.

If you had a permanent slip assignment in 2010, please fill in your slip number here _________ .

If you wish to retain your 2010 slip for the 2011 season, check here ____ and go to Section IV.

If you wish to select a new assignment for 2011, complete Section III.

SECTION III: 2011 SLIP REQUEST
Please check one of the following:

         ____ If I cannot be placed as specified by me below, I wish to retain my slip assignment.

         ____ If I cannot be placed as specified by me below, I will accept an assignment wherever possible.

Please indicate your choices below.
1ST CHOICE: ______________________________________________________________________________

2ND CHOICE: ______________________________________________________________________________

SECTION IV: 2011 DOCK FEES
CHECK ONE:
      ____ DRY SAIL (all spaces are approximately 26' x 10' and priced per space) $575.00 Pay this amount

         ____ WET SLIP (present slip holder) SLIP LENGTH              FT)____ X $23.00 = _______ Pay this amount

         ____ WET SLIP (new applicant) BOAT LENGTH                 (FT)____ X $28.00 = _______ Pay this amount

Please sign below and mail this application with your check and any needed proof to the address listed below. I hereby acknowledge that the
information provided on this application is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge, and that any falsification will be considered as not
in the best interests of the membership, and may result in forfeiture of my assigned slip and further action by the House Committee of the
Edgewater Yacht Club. I further agree that I have read and understand the terms and conditions supplied and agree to abide by them as a
condition of my dockage.
Mail to:EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB, INC.
        6700 MEMORIAL SHOREWAY NW
        CLEVELAND, OHIO 44102                  X_________________________________                      ____________
                                                                  Applicant’s Signature                      Date
   Proof of insurance (this is the declarations page of your insurance binder that shows the effective dates and that you have a minimum
 liability coverage of $100,000). Proof of ownership is either an Ohio Title or Federal Documentation papers registration is not proof of
       ownership. This information is needed for each member for every boat on EYC premises. Please make sure you submit this
 information because failure to do so will cost you $1.00 per foot of boat per day until it is received by the Club’s office. **Please
  see Terms & Conditions of Dockage at EYC #1. Please be sure to include your member number with anything you send to the
                                                                   Club.
                        TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DOCKAGE AT EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB

1.      Per the By-Laws, Article V, Section 1(b), each member leasing a slip or dry sail space must have proof on file at
        the Club office that he/she either owns, leases or charters the vessel listed on the front of this application and
        must be accompanied by proof of current liability insurance with a minimum figure of $100,000. Applications for
        dockage will be honored (in accordance with Club rules concerning seniority and other Club regulations), but no
        boat shall be permitted to dock without prior proof of ownership and insurance coverage. Failure to provide
        either proof prior to placing the boat in a space will be penalized at $1.00 per foot per day until such proof is
        received in the Club office.

2.      All improvements must comply with the Edgewater Yacht Club guidelines as approved December 18, 2000 (see
        “Guidelines for dock boxes, catwalks, etc.” below).

3.      Lessees of a slip may not sublet their space or allow others to use it. Only the Dock Assignment Committee and/or
               the General Manager have the authority to assign spaces.

4.      Mooring lines shall be of sufficient size to pass inspection of the Catwalk Committee. Lines which are not of proper size or
        quality to insure safety shall be replaced by the Committee twenty-four (24) hours after notice of such condition has
        been given to the owner(s) of the vessel involved. In the event of an emergency, such replacement shall be made
        immediately. The total cost of any such replacement shall be billed to the member involved.

5.      Parking of trailers (with or without a boat) on Club property is prohibited. All trailers must be removed the same day as lift
        in or out. Exceptions to this rule may be arranged through the General Manager. In no case may parking exceed forty-
        eight (48) hours. Trailers or shoring left on Club premises beyond 48 hours shall be considered abandoned by the owner
        and will be removed at the owner's expense. The penalty for not removing the shoring, trailer and/or boat is $1.00 per day
        per foot of boat.

6.      Wet slips are available from April 1st through November 30th. Dry sail space is available from May 20th through
        October 31st.

7.      Dry sailed boats must be secured to prevent careening.

8.      The maximum speed of any vessel within the basin shall not exceed four (4) knots. Dinghies must yield the right of way to
        larger vessels.

9.      Docks must be kept clear of all obstructions hazardous to others, including dock lines and hoses. Club carts are to
               be returned to their station immediately after use. Under no condition should unattended carts be left on the docks
        or     catwalks.

10.     Fires using spark producing fuels are prohibited on the docks, catwalks or boats. No open fires of any kind may be
                used when they endanger life, limb, or property.

11.     Boats are not permitted to dock in front of the Clubhouse without prior approval of the General Manager.

12.     All electrical cords must be of the weatherproof type with the proper plug connections. Members may not make any
        additions or changes to the dock electrical system, without prior approval of the Catwalk Committee.

13.     Tires may not be used for fenders on the docks and catwalks.

14.     Owners may move their boats from the basin to the yard for emergency repairs for a period of ten (10) days during
                 the boating season at a fee of $25.00 plus lift in and out charges, after which time a charge of $1.00 per foot per
        day will be levied until the boat is removed from the yard.

                                    GUIDANCE FOR DOCK BOXES, CATWALKS, ETC.
Preamble:
      It is the purpose of the following guidelines to ensure for the membership of Edgewater Yacht Club an over-the-water
      environment which has reasonable standards for safety and aesthetics. In general, guidelines covering the items
      discussed below are lacking, and as a result there is multiplicity of constructions not all of which are either attractive or
      safe.

        Attention is called to By-Law Article V, Section 6, which specifies that with the exception of dock boxes, mooring lines and
        tackle, any additions or appurtenance on or about the docks which are placed by members become the property of the
        Club. It is the explicit intention of this document to specify that Club responsibility is to be restricted to pilings, catwalks,
        main docks and Club-installed uprights. However, the Club is to retain the right to establish standards for safety and
        aesthetics with respect to member-installed equipment. If a member after due notice (30 days) fails to restore member
        installed appurtenances to safe aesthetic condition as requested, the Club may perform such work and charge the
        member under established schedules of rates and fees. A slip holder is responsible for all member additions or
        modifications to the dock or catwalk installed by present or prior slip holders. If disagreements arise concerning the
        guidelines below or if exceptions are desired by a member, the Catwalk Committee (or its designated successor) shall be
        the body reviewing and deciding such matters.

                                                       (Continued on reverse)
Dock Boxes:

        1.      Dock boxes are to be of a size which can be fitted into an envelope 54" x 30" x 30".
        2.      Each slip may be equipped with one dock box.
        3.      Dock boxes, whether home-built or commercial, shall be devoid of projections which could injure passers by.
        4.      Dock boxes may be adorned with modest decoration in the form of stripes, the name of the vessel moored in the
                slip, and the like.
        5.      Dock boxes are to be mounted outside the perimeter or edge of the main dock, and the top of the dock box should
                be no more than 42" above the dock level.
        6.      Dock boxes installed prior to the adoption of these guidelines are grand fathered as to size for the present owner
                in the present slip location only.
        7.      Dock boxes are to be white and brought up to good condition as needed by the beginning of the boating season.
        8.      The condition and appearance of dock boxes will be reviewed by the Catwalk Committee twice annually during
                The course of the catwalk inspections as specified in the By-Laws.

Railings, rail caps, etc.:

        1.      Members may install railings, rail caps, and similar appurtenances at their assigned catwalks, with no expenses to
                be borne by the Club. Member installed railings, rail caps, lighting, etc., are to be natural colored pressure treated
                lumber. Where lighting is desired, plans and specifications must be approved for safety and aesthetics by the
                Catwalk Committee (or its designated successor).
        2.      Members may install temporary down riggers as necessary to meet lake level conditions, provided they are
                securely installed and maintained in good condition. Such down riggers must be removed, by the member, at
                the end of each boating season to avoid their contributing to ice damage to Club-owned slips.
        3.      Where standards are not met, the member will be informed and asked to restore member-installed equipment up
                to standards. Failing to make restoration in 30 days, the Club may do needed work and bill the member
                according to established rates and fees.

Catwalk carpeting, decking, steps, etc.:

        1.      Members may install carpeting of exterior grade materials, provided that such materials are securely anchored
                and maintained in good condition.
        2.      Members may install other forms of catwalk decking such as plywood if it is securely installed, natural colored
                pressure treated, or painted white and maintained in good and safe condition. However, because of possible
                damage to catwalks from winter ice if they are covered with solid materials, such materials must be removed at
                the end of each boating season.
        3.       Members may install temporary steps as necessary to meet lake level conditions.
        4.      The condition of member-owned appurtenances covered in this section will be reviewed twice annually by the
                Catwalk Committee which inspects catwalks.

Other additions:

        1.      It is the explicit intent of these guidelines to prohibit member installed patios, benches, platforms, etc. from
                placement on Edgewater Yacht Club property.
        2.      Existing non-conforming structures and addictions will be reviewed by the Catwalk Committee not later than the
                fall inspection tour, and recommendations for removal made to the Board of Trustees as appropriate.

Paints and Painting:

        1.      Painting of member-owned (or Club -owned) structures by members must be accomplished before boats are
                launched annually (April 1st). Because spillage from environmentally approved paint materials floats, such
                spillage may attach itself to and damage yachts in the waterline area.
        2.      Members are urged to consult with the Club management about paints if they are to be applied over and around
                the water, with the possibility of spillage. The Club has, with the guidance of the EPA, Coast Guard, etc., special
                knowledge of acceptable and unacceptable painting materials.

In addition to the above, member and club requirements are:

        1.      Each boat slip shall have at least two cleats, and two shared end pilings available for mooring.
        2.      Each boat slip shall have available electrical outlets and city supplied water.
        3.      The member is responsible to notify the club of any perceived deficiencies or unsafe conditions of the dock,
                catwalk or attachments. Any deficiencies shall be resolved by the dock and catwalk member committee.
        4.      EYC is responsible to maintain all club installed and owned docks, catwalks and attachments.
        5.      Wet slip holders shall have their slips available from April 1 through November 30 of each year.
        6.      Dry sail space holders shall have their assigned spaces available from May 20th through October 10th of each
                year. Additionally, dry space holders shall have access to the boat hoist and temporary spaces from May 1st
                through May 20th and October 10th through October 31st.
        7.      The contents of this document shall be published in the club membership roster.
                                     **IMPORTANT**
1. Be sure the Club office has both current proof of insurance and ownership on file for the boat listed on the
contract. ** Current Proof of insurance must be submitted to avoid the penalty (this is the declarations page of
your insurance binder that shows the effective dates and that you have a minimum liability coverage of $100,000).
 In addition, you must submit Proof of ownership (either an Ohio Title or Federal Documentation papers,
registration is not proof of ownership) to avoid the penalty. *Penalty - $1 per foot of boat per day until current
proof of ownership and/or insurance is received by the office. **Please see Terms & Conditions of Dockage at
EYC #1 (see below).

             TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DOCKAGE AT EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB

1.     Per the By-Laws, Article V, Section 1(b), each member leasing a slip or dry sail space must have
       proof on file at the Club office that he/she either owns, leases or charters the vessel listed on the front
       of this application and must be accompanied by proof of current liability insurance with a minimum
       figure of $100,000. Applications for dockage will be honored (in accordance with Club rules
       concerning seniority and other Club regulations), but no boat shall be permitted to dock without
       prior proof of ownership and insurance coverage. Failure to provide either proof prior to placing
       the boat in a space will be penalized at $1.00 per foot per day until such proof is received in the Club
       office.

2. Please note: Many times in the past, insurance companies have told members that they will fax proof of
insurance to the club however, in many cases this never happens. To avoid this problem, please forward all items
to the Club directly, so that you can be sure we have received them. Proof can be submitted by sending it with
your dockage contract, hand delivering it to the office, fax 216-281-0265 or e-mail office@eycweb.com ***Please
only submit proof once and do not submit multiple copies.

				
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