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Willowbridge Marina Mooring Contract Terms
A Mooring/Hardstanding Contract is between Willowbridge Marina and an individual and is not transferable, even if a craft is sold or passed on to another owner. No craft, whether under contract or not, may be sold from the premises, without the written permission of Willowbridge Marina. Even where premission is granted, any such sale, where not transacted through the offices of our Brokerage service, will be subject to a minimum fee of 4% of the inclusive sale price.

No refund of the Mooring/Hardstanding invoice is allowed for any absence or vacation of a mooring, for whatever reason. A Mooring Deposit may only be refunded if a minimum of two clear months is given prior to the end of any particular contract period. Any unpaid mooring accounts will be calculated at the appropriate Temporary Rate. Should it be deemed necessary to refasten or replace a craft's mooring lines, to clean, tidy or temporarily repair a craft or its immediate surrounds, then all the time and materials incurred wll be charged at the current rates.

A Contract Agreement entitles a client to make a 'free, if economical use' of the yard's car parking, incinerator facility, washroom, toilets and showers, chemical toilet disposal station, water and 'occasional' electric supplies and services. Any boat owner requiring to be permanently 'plugged into' the electric supplies must have a meter supplied by the yard and pay for the supply, on demand.

Any craft moored or stored at our premises must be insured for its full market value, which insurance must include cover for and any work an owner might conceivably request the yard to carry out on his or her behalf. All craft afloat must have a current British Waterway's License.
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