Boating Rules & General Conditions

All rules and regulations established by the United States Coast Guard governing vessels, shall apply.
Docking of boats shall be permitted only in designated slips assigned by the marina management.
    a. Owners are solely responsible for the proper docking of their boats, to have docking lines in good condition and to use a 3-point docking system.
    b. It shall be the responsibility of owner to properly secure and fender their boat from wave surges resulting from vessels transiting the direct riverfront and within the marina.
The Permittee shall correct any condition aboard a boat or dock, which in the opinion of marina management constitutes a fire hazard, health menace or a danger to the public and/or the marina property.
Permittee, and guests shall not act in a disorderly fashion, such as foul language, lewd or lascivious behavior.
There shall be discretion in the operation of engine(s), generators, radio, stereo and television. Noise shall be kept at a minimum at all times. 
Young children shall have adult supervision at all times. It is required that children under the age of 13 shall wear an approved personal floatation device while on marina docks.
Pets shall be leashed on board and off. Pets shall be curbed while on marina property and any area soiled shall be cleaned.  Pets are not to be leashed on the dock.
All trash shall be placed in containers provided by marina management.  Report potentially hazardous debris to marina management immediately.
Advertising, soliciting and vending shall not be permitted on any boat within the marina.
No “FOR SALE” signs on boats or other signs shall be posted on any structure within the marina complex, without permission from marina management. Any sale, purchase or exchange of boats within the marina complex shall be reported immediately to the marina management.
Only reasonable and customary use shall be made of the docks and facilities.  Permittee shall keep dock and premises free and clear of gear, tackle and all other obstructions, and further agree to throw nothing, including treated or untreated effluent or sewage from heads or holding tanks in the marina waters.  Boat washing at pierside is prohibited by federal law.
Marina management shall reserve the right to assign dock space consistent with good business practice and to refuse entry to anyone for good reason, i.e. persons suspected to be under the influence of alcohol or unseaworthy vessels.
In the event Permittee’s boat shall, for any reason, sink while berthed in a slip or while otherwise occupying marina waters and if Permittee cannot be contacted immediately, marina management will take immediate steps to raise and remove said boat and all costs shall be at the Permittee’s expense.
In case of emergency, Fox Grove Marina management shall be authorized to move the subject boat, if possible and practical, to a safer area to protect the boat, property or general welfare if boat is unattended and Permittee cannot be reached. However, under no circumstances is Fox Grove Marina under any obligation to provide this service. Permittee agrees to indemnify and hold harmless from any and all liability, loss or damage caused by or to the subject boat which may arise out of failure of the Permittee to move the boat, the inability of marina management to reach the Permittee, or by the movement of the boat by the marina management. In general, the Permittee shall be solely responsible for any emergency measures.