Vernon Yacht Club

Moorage

Boat Moorage and Mooring Buoy Information

The Vernon Yacht Club presently has 285 mooring slips most of which are full service. Of these slips one is designated for visitors one for the Heaven Can Wait boat, one for the Search and Rescue Fire Boat and one for the Auxiliary Coast Guard Boat. Members are asked to notify the Club when they are out of their slip for the weekend to make room for extra visitors’ slips during the high season.

There is an area allocated specifically for year-round moorage that remains hooked up to power and members are charged for their usage during the winter months.The moorage is well lit, is under surveillance and is watched by security person. Access to moorage is by key card only and card keys are for members use only.

A limited number of visitor slips are available for guests from other clubs,please see more detail below and in the linked documents. Prior arrangements can be with our Fleet Captain

Marina Layout Plan:

Mooring Fees for 2016:
Mooring Fees, Wood Dock – $40.25 /foot/year
Mooring Fees, Cement Dock – $42.60 /foot/year
Power Fees – Summer $85.00
Power Fees – Winter $25.00 (plus winter metered consumption)
5% GST (on moorage and power)

A moorage contract must be signed by all VYC members with moorage.
Members must provide proof of insurance.

Mooring Documents:
VYC Moorage Regulations – Pdf
Revised Mooring Application and Change Form – Pdf
VYC Mooring Buoy Information

Visitor’s Moorage:

• Visitors from other Okanagan Lake Yacht Clubs may moor for three days inaccordance with agreements between Yacht Clubs.
• Visitors from other recognized Yacht Clubs may be granted moorage for three days.
• Members are requested to advise members of the Moorage Committee or the Fleet Captain if they are leaving their slip vacant for a weekend or period of time to accommodate Visitors’ Moorage.
• Boats visiting the marina must carry liability insurance of at least one million dollars.
To tie your boat you first need the right weight of line for your boat. Get into the habit of tying your boat as if a storm was on the way. Several boats cam loose in a storm recently and could have been badly damage if staff and volunteers had not been there to step in. Here is how to tie your boat:

How to tie your boat

How to tie your boat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VYC Mooring Buoys:

Vernon Yacht Club Mooring Buoys