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This page provides information on items that need to be arranged on your boat in order to aid in a safe and easy launch and haul out.
There are pictures available below of your boat showing the position of the straps.Below are the 2018 instructions
Also available at the end of these instructions are photos of members boats showing the strap locations
 
North Bay Yacht Club Haul Out  - 2018
 
Haul out is coming up fast and here are the things you need to know!

·        HAUL OUT IS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

·        Please plan to arrive at 7:30am.

·        Register and pay slip fees at 7:45AM 

·        Safety meeting at 8:00am in clubhouse

·        Crane set up at 8:20 AM

·        See attachment for launch job assignments. Should your name not appear on the list, please contact Michel Mino at michel.mino156@gmail.com to ask how you may assist. 

·        If you are unable to attend launch or uncomfortable with the job that has been assigned to you, please advise Michel Mino at michel.mino156@gmail.com
 
Before Haul Out

-Please have your boat ready for haul out. Cranes are paid by the hour and delays cost us all more money.

-Cradles will be placed in the parking lot on Monday, September 24 by a Harbour committee work party starting at 4:00 pm.
 
IT IS EACH MEMBER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THEIR CRADLE IS READY AND LEVEL ONCE IT IS IN PLACE IN THE PARKING LOT.

-Ensure that your trailer is mechanically prepared for haul out.

-In preparation for haul out your boat must have:
 
-3/8”-1/2” single lines on both bow and stern. The line must be at least 30 ft. long, but not longer than 40 ft.
with no knots or splices.

 -sling points identified on boat

 -lines and fenders must be on port side

 -be sure to advise point and yard captains if your boat requires any special rigging in addition to normal strap.

 
SAFETY

-Hard hats and vests must be worn within 100ft. of the cranes. If you have your own, please bring them. The Club also has some available in the club house.

-Wear safety boots and bring a pair of work gloves.

-No walking under suspended boats, spreaders or suspended slings.
 
HAUL OUT DAY
 
-parking is available on Greenwood Rd and on Stephen Place (off of Greenwood Rd). No parking in upper or lower lots.

-Payment starts at 7:30 am.

-Safety meeting is at 8:00 am. Everyone must attend.

-Cranes will be onsite at 8:30am.

-Haul out costs are as follows:

                                                -$125 for trailer boats

                                                -$175 for cradle boats with single lift

                                                -$250 for cradle boats requiring 2 lifts

-Payment can be made by cash or cheque made payable to The North Bay Yacht Club

-Please advise point or ramp captains if you anticipate having any trouble with your engine. They will arrange to have your boat towed.

-For boats being lifted at the ramp, teams will be assigned to help stage your boat at the end of pier 2. They will be watching out for you before you arrive at the staging point.

-if you have a job assignment please be sure to let your lift captain know before you leave your post so a replacement can be assigned.

-Please promptly return to your assignment once your boat has been hauled out of the water.

-If you have not been assigned a task please let know lift captains know you are available.

                                -It is not uncommon to need help at a moment’s notice.

                                -Stay outdoors in a safe area outside the work zone.
 
 
OTHER INFO

-There will be a lunch break and chilli will be available in the clubhouse for $5.00 as well as coffee and non-alcoholic beverages.

-The bar will be open once all equipment on the point and in the parking lot has been put away.

-Return all club hard hats and vests back into the containers inside the clubhouse.
 
 
  • There will be a lunch break and chili will be available in the clubhouse for $5.00, as well as coffee and non alcoholic beverages

  • The bar will be open once all equipment on the point and in the parking lot has been put away.
 
below are links to the individual boat photos