1. All visiting yachts are welcome following completion as appropriate, of Quarantine, Customs and Immigration formalities and provided they satisfy National laws and abide by the Club Rules and Regulations. If space is not immediately available every effort will be made to provide the best arrangements possible.
2. As soon as practical on or after arrival, the Skipper of a visiting yacht is to be interviewed by the Harbourmaster Trent Eaves or the Pen Co-ordinator Jan Penniket and is required to complete the “Cruising Vessels In Transit” form.
3. These staff will provide visitors a brief tour of the facilities and issue and explain the “Visiting Yachts Information Booklet”.
4. At a mutually convenient time, usually within the first three working days following arrival and having completed items 1 to 3, the Skipper will be invited to meet the General Manager. International visitors will be required to berth at the Quarantine station located west of the Service Jetty until quarantine, safety and induction formalities are completed. Once the safety clearance is obtained the visitor can move to a pen closer to the Clubhouse if one is available.
The fees as stated below are required to be paid in advance after the initial free period. For visitors who are members of a recognised yacht club:
Any visiting international or interstate yacht, where the owner is a member of another club, are eligible for three days complimentary mooring. (The three complimentary days to be used only once in any one year).
At the completion of the free time the prevailing Club fee for mooring on the Collector Jetty commences at $35/day (GST inclusive).
A Security Dallas Key is available for a $50 deposit which is refundable.
If the stay is for more than 90 days the visiting yachtsman is required to pay the prevailing reciprocal membership fee.
Visitors are allowed to lift boats and use the works area at the prevailing non members rate if FSC members are not inconvenienced.
Acting General Manager