Rules & Regulations at Parkshore Marina Association are not designed to be restrictive or to make experiences difficult. The Board of Directors (further known as the “Board”) of Parkshore Marina Association sincerely wish you an enjoyable time at your Marina. In general, these Rules & Regulations are based on common sense expectation. Please contact the Board or the Marina Manager for any rule clarification.

Section 1: General Rules

(A) Common Areas

1) Owners may not paint, modify or decorate their limited common areas without prior written approval from the Board

2) Nothing shall be constructed in or removed from any common area, except by express written permission of the Board, outlining the particulars involved

3) No sign shall be displayed to public (Association) view on or from any slip, locker or limited common area, except as provided for in the By-laws or upon written authorization from the Board; signs advertising individual vessel sales are allowed

4) No antennas, satellite dishes or cameras may be installed on Marina Property without written authorization from the Board

5) Animals

i. Dogs & cats are allowed to visit the Marina, with their family, if they are involved in cruising (and not left in vehicles)

ii. No animals, of any kind, will be allowed as live-aboard residents

a) Grandfather date: Those dogs, currently living aboard, as of May 8, 2017 (and listed on the Marina Manager’s current list) until as such time they no longer live on the boat with their owner

b) Animal “deposits” or waste must be immediate cleaned-up and properly disposed

6) Marina quiet hours are posted from 10:00 PM Local to 07:00 AM Local daily

7) Non-marina employees, members or renters performing any work for hire on the Marina Property must present a current Washington State or City of Seattle Business License, Bond and Certificate of Insurance of a minimum liability amount of $300,000 or more to the Marina Manager prior to work commencing

(B) Emergency Dock

1) The Marina Association’s Emergency Dock shall not have the same vessel tied to the dock for a period not to exceed seven (7) consecutive calendar days.

i. Vessels found to exceed that seventh (7) day will be charged based on the General Fine and Fee Schedule

2) There will be a sign-in sheet acknowledging the Marina Association’s Rules & Regulations along with proof of Standard Vessel Insurance.

(C) Safety

1) Drives, walks, piers and waterways are for transit and not for placement of any planters, furniture, bikes, dingys, tenders, etc.

2) Any damage to Marina Property, vessels moored at the marina or damage to personal property must be reported to the Marina Manager and the owner of the property involved, in no less than twenty-four (24) hours after the occurrence

(D) Vehicle Parking

1) Vehicle parking stalls are reserved for parking of licensed operational vehicles with a valid parking pass with a slip number assigned or guest pass visible in the window

2) Vehicles without a guest pass are required to park in posted guest parking stalls

3) Owners are issued one (1) parking pass and one (1) guest pass

4) Additional parking passes can be issued to slip owners based on the General Fine and Fee Schedule. Parking stalls will be designated by the Marina Manager.

5) Long term parking is available on an “as approved” basis by the Marina Manager

i. A vehicle key is required to on file with the Marina Manager for long term parking

8) Heavy Vehicle Maintenance is not authorized on Marina property (e.g. engine & transmission overhauls, body work and painting)

9) Heavy Boat Maintenance is not authorized on Marina property (e.g. sanding, scraping, extensive painting, engine overhaul, other heavy maintenance as determined by the Marina Manager)

10) All vehicles requiring a vehicle license will be properly licensed while on Parkshore Marina Property

i. Both vessels and vessel trailers in dry storage stalls are required to have proper and current registration

Section 2: Slip Operations

(A) General

1) Hoses, lines, power cords, etc. may be placed in the walkway, temporarily, while working in the area, but must not be left unattended

2) Boats are not to extend into navigation waterways; maximum overhang in each slip will be determined by the Marina Manager prior to occupancy

3) Children are not allowed to play on docks or finger piers

4) Swimming is not allowed in the Marina Property

5) Active barbeques, grills or smokers are not authorized on docks or finger piers

6) Tampering or modifying any pedestal electrical systems or auxiliary panels is not authorized

7) Boats will be not connected to more than one (1) shore power outlet on a pedestal

8) Boats will be adequately secured with lines, snubbers & fenders of sufficient size and quality to assure the safety of your vessel, other vessels, docks and piers

i. Lines will be checked regularly by owners and their tenants to prevent finger pier and dock cleat damage

9) All oil, coolant and other hazardous liquids must be properly disposed of off-site of Marina Property

10) Boats moored, tied up, docked, parked in the dry dock area or in an elevated lift in a slip will be properly registered in the current year

i. Fines will be assessed to the slip owner in accordance with the General Fine Schedule

11) All moored boats must be able to get underway and out to open water, to avoid fire or other emergencies. Continuous compliance will be confirmed on an annual year basis concurrent with the state’s vessel registration requirement.

12) All moored boats must be in compliance with all applicable marine vessel laws, including current licenses, navigational and safety equipment, required by all vessels

i. The Board requires each owner to complete an “Underway Checkoff Sheet” no later than December 31st of each year to include:

a) Slip Owner Signature

b) Boat Owner Signature (if not the slip owner)

c) Manager/Board Director Signature

13) Nothing shall be stored upon or attached to the piers without the Board’s approval

14) Owners, or owner’s tenant if the slip is leased, are responsible to keep finger piers safe from dangerous accumulations of moss or snow

15) All “live-a-board” vessels over twenty-six (26) feet should be equipped with a holding tank

16) No marine head or marine holding systems will be discharged into the Marina Association’s waterways

17) In the event of a sinking or sunk boat, the owner or slip tenant will:

i. Take Emergency Measures

ii. Notify the appropriate authorities including the Marina Manager

iii. Notify the vessel owner (where appropriate)

iv. Notify the slip owner if different from the vessel owner

v. Notify the Board

vi. The owner of a sunken vessel has the first option to refloat or salvage the vessel

vii. If action is not agreed to between the boat owner and the Marina Manager within twenty-four (24) hours of the event, the Marina Manager will contract a professional salvage company to have the vessel raised at the slip owner’s expense

18) Heavy Boat Maintenance is not authorized on Marina Property (e.g. sanding, scraping, extensive painting, engine overhaul, other heavy maintenance as determined by the Marina Manager)

(B) Owner Responsibility

1) Owners are required to have a completed Lease on file in the office for any tenants. The Lease specifies the vessel that is authorized to be in that slip. A completed Lease file will include:

i. Copy of completed and signed Lease

ii. Copy of proof of Certificate of Insurance on the boat currently in the slip

iii. Tenant twenty-four (24) hour contact information

iv. Copy of Tenant Government Issued Identification

(C) Slip Rental

1) Owners are ultimately responsible for maintaining and promoting the Marina Association’s Rules and Regulations to their tenants

2) The Board will oversee, via the Marina Manager, all leasing of slips or Dry Storage, at the Marina Association.

3) Each owner must provide a completed Lease and Certificate of Insurance on their tenant, with annual currency on file with the Marina Manager. Owners will provide for the file:

i. Copy of completed and signed lease

ii. Copy of proof of Certificate of Insurance on the boat currently in the slip

iii. Tenant twenty-four (24) hour contact information

iv. Copy of Tenant Government Issued Identification

Section 3: Clubhouse Operations

(A) Lockers

1) Owners may not paint, modify or decorate their limited common areas without prior written approval from the Board

2) Owners or tenants may not store anything in a locker other than the locker you own

3) Flammable liquids, explosives, etc., may not be stored on Marina property

4) Periodic safety compliance inspections are held at the Marina Managers discretion

Section 4: General Fine and Fee Schedule

(A) $4/foot per day charge for each day after the seventh (7) consecutive calendar day with no maximum charge for Emergency Dock moorage

(B) $10.00/day fine for any vehicle or vessels that are not properly registered

(C) $10.00/day starting with January 1 of each

(D) $10.00/day for no Certificate of Insurance on-file

(E) $100.00/month for no tenant Lease on file

(F) $100.00 plus removal fee to dispose of unsafe materials found on Marina Property

(G) $120.00 fine for tampering with electrical pedestal or breakers

(H) $125/month for additional vehicle parking passes

(I) Heavy Vehicle Maintenance Observed

1) $50 – 1st Offense

2) $100 – 2nd Offense

3) $500 – 3rd Offense

(J) Miscellaneous Owner Fine (as determined by the Board)

1) $50 – 1st Offense

2) $100 – 2nd Offense

3) $500 – 3rd Offense

(K) $1,000 (plus any cost to remove or repair) for unauthorized modifications to Marina Property