Marina Paraiso Isla Mujeres
Marina Paraiso Isla Mujeres
Marina Paraiso Isla Mujeres

MARINA RULES

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The following Marina Rules have been adopted in order to provide a safe and inviting Marina for our patrons. These Rules which are also posted on the Marina bulletin board are expressly made part of the Rental Agreement. The boat owner and any member of his family, employees, agents, contractors, and guests expressly agree to comply with these Rules at all times. The Marina maintains the right from time to time to change or add Rules for the safety, care and cleanliness of the Marina.

1. DOCKING OR OTHERWISE SECURING OF ANY AND ALL VESSELS

in the Marina or to any portion of the docks is permitted only with the authorization of the Marina Manager/Representative.

2. ALL VESSELS

are to be maintained in good mechanical and aesthetic condition at all times. Vessels not in good condition, as determined at the sole discretion of the Marina Manager/Representative will not be admitted to or permitted to remain in the Marina.

3. BOAT MAINTENANCE IN THE MARINA

whether by boat owner or commercial contractor shall be limited to normal preventative maintenance. These procedures are to include changing batteries, fluids, and expendable parts (e.g., belts, filters, etc.). Extensive repairs may require that the vessel be removed from the marina prior to the work being done. Boat washing is permitted using Marina approved biodegradable soaps and cleaners.

4. POWER TOOLS

are not permitted on the docks or exterior of any vessel. Special exception may be requested from the Marina Manager/Representative who will review each request on a case-by-case basis. Painting, to include varnish, conditioning oil, and solvent, is not permitted without the prior agreement of the Marina Manager. Repairs, maintenance, and other activities that produce debris (e.g., paint chips, sawdust, filings, etc.) are not permitted.

5. MODIFICATIONS OR ADDITIONS

(e.g., installing fenders, hose caddies, etc.) to any portion of the docks are not permitted.

6. CONTRACTORS, AGENTS, AND GUESTS

must be accompanied by the Boat Owner while they are on the docks. If the Boat Owner cannot be present the Boat Owner must inform the Marina Office prior to admitting the agent or guest on the docks. Contractors are permitted only during the Marina hours of operation unless accompanied by the Boat Owner.

7. WALKWAYS

shall be kept free and clear at all times. Boarding steps and ladders are subject to approval by the Marina Manager.

8. "FOR SALE" SIGNS

and any other forms of advertising or solicitation are not permitted in the Marina.

9. COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES

, vending, or otherwise collecting funds is not permitted. Commercial activities include, but are not limited to, rental or leasing of boats, chartering of boats or boarding paying passengers, use of the Marina address, use of a boat, telephone, or facsimile number in any advertising, brochure, letterhead, business card, or other commercial document that is located at the Marina.

10. LAUNDRY

shall not be hung on boats or docks.

11. CHARCOAL AND GAS COOKING

is not permitted on the docks or on the exterior of any vessel in the Marina.

12. FIREWORKS

are not permitted at all times.

13. TRASH AND GARBAGE

must be placed in sealed black plastic bags and disposed of in the trash bins located at the rear of the Marina Office or taken with the Boater when they leave. Do not leave garbage anywhere on the ground. Any construction debris or other bulky items must be removed from the Marina by the Boat Owner.

14. USED MOTOR OIL, ANTIFREEZE, FUEL, AND BATTERIES

Contact the Marina to arrange disposal (A fee may apply). All other hazardous materials (e.g., varnish, paint, alcohol, wood oil, etc.) are not to be stored or disposed of at Marina Paraiso. Contact the Marina Manager regarding the disposal of oil and/or fuel soaked rags and/or absorbent material prior to disposal. No flammables, hazardous materials are to be stored for any period of time on board vessels or on the docks (including dock boxes)

15. UTILITY CONNECTIONS

from the Boat to the Marina are to be maintained in a serviceable condition. All utility connections are subject to approval by the Marina Manager/Representative. Unsafe connections are immediately subject to disconnection with or without prior notification of the Boat Owner. Under no circumstances may a Boat Owner plug into any other slip outlet, even with the permission of the occupant of that slip, without prior approval from the Marina Manager. If there is a problem or emergency, notify the Marina Manager. Under no circumstances may anyone plug into any Marina plug, light, or appliance without the express permission of the Marina Manager/Representative. Do not run cords across any walkway. NO MORE THAN ONE VESSEL IS TO BE CONNECTED TO A SINGLE SHORE POWER OUTLET.

16. LOUD NOISES

such as hailers, loud music, or unnecessarily loud revving of engines will not be permitted. Dock parties must conclude by 09:00 p.m. Any noise that can be heard further than two slips away from your boat will be considered to be too loud.

17. IF THE BOAT IS TO BE OCCUPIED OR OPERATED

by a person other than the Owner without the Owner present, the Marina Manager must be contacted. The Owner should provide the Marina a list of approved individuals if they expect them to use the boat on a regular basis.

18. PETS

are allowed with the condition that they are kept on a leash at all times while on the docks or on the property. Pets, with the exception of service animals, are not allowed in the Bar, Restaurant or any other Marina and Hotel buildings at any time.

19. SPACE HEATERS ARE NOT TO BE OPERATED UNATTENDED

At no time are kerosene or propane space heaters to be operated in the Marina.

20. ANY CHANGES TO YOUR BOATER STATUS

(i.e., departure date, change of slip, etc.) require notification to the Marina Manager/Representative.

21. RIDING OR OPERATING

with the exception of mobility scooters all other motorized transportation (Moped, scooter, etc.), skates, or skateboards are not permitted on the Marina and docks.

22. POOL AREA

The pool is for the use of the Boat Owner/Operator and their accompanied guests, See the pool rules posted on the Marina bulletin board for hours of use and safety rules.

23. BOATERS DECK & BBQ AREA

The boater’s deck and BBQ area are the only areas where Boaters and their Guests are allowed to consume their personal food or drinks. All other areas are served from the Marina Bar and Restaurant.

24. CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS

Parents or Guardians shall ensure that children under the age of 18 are adequately supervised at all times. Any questions, concerns, or comments regarding the Marina Rules, or any other Marina issues should be addressed to the Marina Manager.

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