GENERAL RULES AND POLICIES
For this section, Transient Dock Holders will be referred to as "Guests".
The Bertie Boating Club is a non-profit, family-oriented organization whose aim is to provide for its members and visitors facilities that will maximize water recreational use.
All persons using the facilities of the Bertie Boating Club must adhere by the rules and regulations established by the elected officers.
The rules and regulations established by Liquor Control Board of Ontario must be adhered to by all Guests or Visitors both on the premises and controlled waters.
Guests are responsible for the behaviour, conduct and actions of their invited Visitors.
Pets are to be directly controlled by their owners. Pets are not allowed in the clubhouse or eating areas. Guests and Visitors must assume the responsibility for safety and cleanliness. Service Animals are exempt.
Guests and Visitors must respect the rights and privacy of our members and neighbours.
Guests must display, at all times, positive environmental attitudes and behaviours; therefore, as of January 1992, no new members will be considered for those vessels equipped with through-hull, non-muffled exhaust systems, or any other excessively noisy exhaust systems.
All Guests and Visitors must observe the posted noise curfew of 11pm to 8am.
Guests shall display, at all times, a regard for safe boating practice and a respect for the property of others.
The No Wake signs must be observed while operating a vessel within the sea walls and existing channels.
All vessels within the confines of the Bertie Boating Club basin must have a usable and readily accessible fire extinguisher.
Gasoline containers must be in good condition and have either a C.S.A. or U.L.A. certification label.
13. A non-spill funnel must be used in the refueling process.
Parking on the lake side of Point Abino Road is limited to one vehicle.
Visitors or additional vehicles must park in the parking facilities provided on the West side of Point Abino Road.
The Bertie Boating Club does not assume responsibility for any damage or loss to any person, vessel, or vehicle.
Docks are designed to rise and fall according to lake levels. Boats should be tied securely to the docks with proper line for the size of boat. CAUTION: Do not tie to a permanent device that would restrict free movement of the dock floats.
It is an expectation that adequate insurance coverage be maintained by Transient Dock Holders and be available upon executive request.
All vessels that fall within the regulations of Transport Canada must have clearly identified registration numbers.
There is Absolutely No Fishing or Swimming is allowed in the basin.
Any power cords must be a CSA approved marine power cord. NO EXCEPTIONS!
All boats to be launched must be prepared across the street or in the adjacent parking lot. Boat ties, mooring lines, fenders, fishing equipment, etc. are expected to be prepared away from the Launch Ramp in order to keep the ramp as free as possible, not to block the slip entrances for the north and south walls, or the entrance to the club.