Anchor vessle terms and conditions
General Conditions for Harbour Users
Moorings are allocated subject ti the following terms and conditions:
- The applicant shall at all times comply with the byelaws or other directions being in force, a copy of which can be inspected at the Harbour Office. The applicant shall at all times and in all respect comply with the Safety Regulations that are in force and which pertain to the class of vessel in the harbour during the period in which the vessel is moored therein.
- The applicant accepts and confirms that the mooring that is offered is solely for the vessel named on the mooring application.
- The applicant shall not without the proper consent of the Harbour Authority transfer or sub-let the mooring.
- The applicant shall accept full responsibility for the proper mooring of the vessel. The applicant is responsible for providing proper and suitable equipment that secures the vessel to the mooring riser/pile. The owner shall notify the Harbour Authority in writing of any damage to any property of the Harbour Authority forthwith, and shall indemnify the Harbour Authority from, and against, all claims, loss, demands, or other expenses arising from such damage.
- The applicant shall notify the Harbour Authority in writing at least thirty days before the applicant intends to permanently vacate a mooring in the harbour during the season. Any refund of mooring fees is discretionary.
- If incorrect information is submitted during the mooring application process the Council will adjust the fee accordingly and claim any outstanding charges from the applicant.
- The Council will consider refunding mooring fees if the mooring agreement is terminated by the applicant and only if the circumstances for terminating the mooring agreement could not be foreseen and that the circumstance for terminating the agreement was beyond the control of the applicant. The Council will not refund any mooring charges for agreements terminated after 31 August.
- If the Council agree to refund any mooring charges, the refund of mooring charges will be calculated by using the 18 month rule, whereby the total annual fee is divided by 18, and each calendar month of April to September inclusive will be calculated at 2/18ths and each calendar month from October to March inclusive will be calculated at 1/18ths.
- The Harbour Authority accepts no liability whatsoever for the death or injury caused to any person, or damage to any property of the applicant or his invitees, agents or employees, or any other persons except where such act involved negligence on the part of the Harbour Authority, their servants, or agent and save as aforesaid the applicant shall indemnify and keep the Harbour Authority against all claims loses or demands or other expenses arising there from.
- The applicant shall take out third party insurance cover with an insurance company of repute to a sum of a minimum of £3,000,000 and particulars of each policy shall be provided with each application.