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If there is accumulation of snow on boats, the procedure for marina staff will be as follows:
The road to the marina will NOT be a priority to keep clear, we do not have the equipment, if you do NOT have chains or 4WD vehicle, park at the overflow and walk down to the marina (staff will not be available to run shuttles)
1. SAFETY of people FIRST
If POWER is out, the generator will be running the store and north restrooms, the south restrooms are NOT to be used when the power is off - NO EXCEPTIONS
2. When it is SAFE to do so, staff
a. will be keeping a dock path clear in this order:
i. dock with liveaboards - a safe path from boat to ramp
ii. docks as needed to end of dock for checking boats / docks
b. boats checked for damage / blocked scuppers for water to drain when all starts to melt
c. IF/WHEN it is safe to do so, staff will brush off snow in the following conditions:
i. as much snow as possible will be brushed off of canvas to relief the weight
ii. NO priority will be given to tarps
iii. each boat will be checked:
- excessive weight of snow making it lean
- drainage issues making it lean
- dock lines
owner will be called for any above issues
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Emergency Contact Procedures
We do our best to contact people by e-mail when extreme weather hits. If you want this information please make sure the marina office has the correct e-mail info. Remember this may happen at night or weekends so your work e-mail may not be best unless you get that at home. If you need to update or confirm contact info please e-mail us and we will make corrections. Current phone numbers (home, cell, work) are useful as well if we find something that requires immediate attention on your boat.
We've learned we can not always take time to sit down and make phone calls. Employees sometimes can't make it to work in extreme weather, and everyone who is here are on the docks working. With the manpower available, we often don't have anyone inside to answer phones or make calls. We will check messages throughout the day. E-mail is the most efficient method of communication unless you have an immediate need. We will also check emails throughout the day. At that time we will reply, or call you if necessary. We hope that all makes sense. It's not that we don't want to talk to you, sometimes we just need to stay focused on getting the work done.