I. The Club house will be open at 9 am and will close at 3 am.
RULE II. The restaurant
will close at 8:30 pm except on special occasions, when it
may be kept open as ordered by the House Committee. No
orders for meals will be received after 8:30 pm. Luncheon
will be served from 12:30 to 2 pm.
Saturday, the Bar and Restaurant will be reserved for
men only between the hours of 12 and 5 pm.
III. There shall be no gambling games of any nature on the
IV. Games of cards may be played only in the room set apart
for that purpose, and no game that the House Committee shall
at any time declare to be objectionable will be permitted
in any room of the Club.
V. Newspapers, magazines, or books belonging to the Club, shall not
be marked, cut or otherwise defaced; neither shall they be
removed from the regular room, or from the Club House.
VI. No member or guest of the Club shall use the Club stationery
for any business purposes, or date or address from the Club
any paper for communication intended to be printed or to appear
in any newspaper, periodical or publication
RULE VII. Minors will not be admitted to the Bar or Restaurant
except when accompanied by a member, and must remain with
VIII. The club will not be responsible for the loss of or
damage to, property received of members or left or kept by
members in the Club House, whether in lockers, coat room or
RULE IX. No person will be admitted to the Club House except
members and their guests. Guests must be accompanied by members at all
times with the exception of those having a Guest Card issued
by the Commodore.
X. All charge checks must be signed by the members.
RULE XI. A guest may be introduced twice only in each
month by a member. Members
introducing guests and visitors in the Club will be considered
responsible for their conduct while in the House, and for
any debts their guests may incur. No unseemly conduct will
be permitted in the Club House.
RULE XII. Members will settle their House accounts by the
5th of each month. Those failing to comply by the
30th will be served for cash only.
RULE XIII. Gentlemen are expected to wear coats in the Dining
room when ladies are present. “Work” clothes, bathing suits, or men in shorts,
will not be permitted on the second floor of the Club House.
XIV. Dogs will not be allowed on the second floor of the Club
XV. Nothing shall be posted on the Bulletin Board except by
officers of the Club or the House Committee insofar as this
does not conflict with the Constitution and the By-Laws.
XVI. No subscriptions without the consent of the House Committee
shall be brought into or circulated in the Club
RULE XVII. All requests, suggestions and complaints shall
be made in writing, dated, signed, and addressed to the House
XVIII. Members and their immediate families of their own household
excepting males over the age of 21 shall be entitled to all
the privileges of the Club House and grounds.
The Boating Facilities
Boating Facilities, including the Dock, Basin and Floats,
the Locker Room Ways and Yard, and the Club Tender and Rowboats,
are under the jurisdiction of the Fleet Captain.
During the Boating Season, a boatman will be on duty in the
Club. His duties will
be to assist members using the facilities, to provide tender
service, keep boats bailed and free of rainwater and cared
The dock and slip The Floats are used as landing stages and dockage
for Club-owned boats, and will not be occupied by other craft
any longer than necessary. Yachts are permitted to tie up
to the outside of the dock for limited periods. Boats to tie
up inside the slip for other than a limited time must receive
permission. This space will generally be reserved for dinghies
Moorings It is desired that Boat Owners own their own anchors and
chain, which must be of sufficient size and of proper design
to insure safety for other craft moored nearby. The Fleet
Captain will inspect the moorings and will designate the places
where they will be situated.
Lockers. Rented on an annual
basis $3 to $10 according to size
Ways Boats stored all winter
at rate of $0.50 per foot for the first fifteen feet, and
$1 per foot each foot thereafter. Non-members’ boats will
be stored at the discretion of the Fleet Captain at a rate
of $1 per foot. Use
of ways during the boating season for periods less than 24
hours is free for boats owned by members.
Fee for hauling chartered boats or boats owned by non-members
is $3. If any boat remains on the car for over 24 hours, the
charge will be an additional dollar per day or any part thereof.
Boats will not be hauled on car except by arrangement
with the Fleet Captain, and will move from car upon request.
There is no storage fee for dinghies.
Gasoline. Gulf Marine White Gasoline is available at 20 cents per
gallon. Price will
be contingent upon future costs. In the absence of the Boatman,
Gasoline Customers will consult the Steward.
Labor The work of hauling on the ways will be performed
by the owners themselves cooperatively, or by any person the
owner may choose to hire for the purpose.
In order to insure proper insurance coverage for each
employee, Boat Owners are requested to arrange such transactions
through the Fleet Captain, in which case the Club will pay
for the work and bill the boat owner therefor. In the case of other items, such as raising
moorings at the end of the season, work will be hired out
by the Club and the charges pro-rated among the owners involved.
General The anchorage and other boating facilities
are for the use of the Club members.
Non-members will be guests, and will be accompanied
at all times by sponsoring member.
Guest privileges and the courtesy of the use of the
Boating Facilities are extended to Cruising Members of recognized
Yacht Clubs; House Guests of Members; and Boat Owners whose
application for membership in the Club have been approved
by the Membership Committee.
Persons in the last two categories will be in possession
of a Card issued by the Commodore granting such privileges.