Dry Berths 2020 Season Information
For boats with own trailer, launched and retrieved by boat owner up to 20'
Season: 1 April - 31 October 2020 £630
Season & winter storage combined from 1st April when paid at start of season £840
Boats Over 20' plus 5% per foot.
Winter storage taken at end of season increases to standard monthly storage rates.
Each Dry Berth is allowed parking for one car. We cannot always accommodate multiple car parking
Slipway is open summer season hours:
Monday-Saturday 9.30am - 9.30pm
The Marina has the facility to provide a vehicle and driver to assist customers without a suitable vehicle to launch and retrieve their boat, This service is charged at £7.50 each way i.e. £15 in/out and is available, Monday to Thursday 9.30am - 4.45pm, Friday/Saturday 9.30am - 5.45pm, Sunday 10am - 5.45pm. Customers should remove all covers, fuel boat, attach ropes, put bung in boat etc and make payment prior to launch. Customers who have unsuitable or incorrectly set up trailers or leave the boat in the water will attract additional charges.
All prices are inclusive of VAT at 20% and paid in advance.
LOCH LOMOND MARINA - FLOETREE LTD - MARINA TERMS AND CONDITIONS
FOR ALL BOATS, STORED, BERTHED WET OR DRY
In these Regulations and Conditions, the Company shall mean the Company
and/or its Agents to whom the application for berthing/storage is
made which may be its Associated Companies, Concessionaires, Tenants
and Assignees for the operation (if any) of the Boat Repair Yard,
Brokerage, or any other Harbour Facility. The expression “Harbour”
shall include a Yacht Harbour, Marina, Moorings, or any other
facility for berthing a yacht/power boat (other than swinging chain
moorings). The expression “Owner” shall include a Charterer,
Master or Agent or other person for the time being lawfully in
charge (other than the Company) of the vessel or vehicle.
All vessels and vehicles are berthed, moored or parked and may be moved
by the Company at the sole risk of the Owner. The Company and its
employees (and the firm or Company running the Boat Repair Yard if
any) accept no responsibility for loss, damage or theft of vessels
or vehicles or any articles left thereon or any accessories thereof
or any other property of the Owner or others occurring from any
cause whatsoever, unless such loss, damage or theft was caused by or
resulted from negligence or any wilful act by the Company or those
for whom the Company is responsible. Owners are required to insure
their vessels and the contents thereof adequately against loss or
damage including third party claims and salvage so as to indemnify
the Company against any claim occurring as aforesaid in connection
with the vessel. The Company may require evidence of insurance to
(a) Except with the written consent of the Company, which may be
withheld at the Company’s sole discretion, no part of the
Company’s premises or the vessel shall be used by the Owner for
any commercial purposes, including hiring, embarkation of charter
parties, sale or demonstration for sale or hire of the vessel,
provided that the occasional use of the vessel by a personal friend
of the Owner on payment to the Owner of a contribution towards the
actual running cost of the said vessel shall not be deemed a
commercial purpose hereunder.
(b) The Owner shall upon request by the Company supply to the Company full
details in writing of all such use under the Proviso of this
Owner shall be permitted to arrange a private sale of not more than
one vessel (such vessels usually being berthed at the Company’s
premises) during any one or more periods of twelve consecutive
months of the Licence granted to the Owner.
In the event of such a private sale:
(i) The owner shall be present at all times during which the vessel is
to be viewed and he shall not be permitted to display a “For
Sale” notice on his vessel whilst at the Company’s premises.
(ii) The Owner shall not be required to pay commission to the Company upon
such private sale in excess of 5 per cent of the sale price except
where prior notice has been given by the Company of a higher rate
4. The Company recommends that all easily removable items should be
removed when the boat is left
5.The Company have the right to exercise a general lien upon any
vessel and/or her gear and equipment whilst in or upon their
premises or afloat at any of their berths until such time as any
money due to the Company in respect of the
vessel and/or gear whether on account of rental, storage, commission
or berthing charges, work done or otherwise shall be paid. Boats
left on marina premises with unpaid storage, berthing charges for
periods of 24 months or more, will have a recorded letter sent to
last known address. If no response within 28 days, the boat may
be sold to pay outstanding dues.
6. The Company shall have the right (without prejudice to its rights in
respect of subsisting breaches of this Licence by the Owner) to
terminate the licence granted to the Owner in the event of the Owner
failing to observe any of the regulations and conditions of
berthing and upon notice specifying the breach and requiring
removal of the vessel being sent by recorded delivery post to the
Owner at his l last known address, he will remove the vessel within
28 days. On failure to remove the vessel at the expiration of the
said period of 28 days, the Company shall have the right to remove
the vessel from the Harbour and thereupon shall secure it elsewhere
and may charge the Owner with all costs arising out of such removal
including alternative berthing fees.
7. The Company shall have the right to moor, re-berth, move, board, enter or
carry out any emergency work on the vessel, if in the Company’s
opinion such be necessary for the safety of the vessel or the safety
and/ or convenience of other users of the Harbour, or for the safety
of the Company’s premises plant and
Equipment and the Owner shall pay the Company reasonable charges for
8. The Owner shall not lend or transfer the berth (this Licence being
personal to the Owner, relating to a particular vessel and
non-assignable) nor shall he use it for any other vessel without the
prior consent of the Company.
9.The vessel shall be berthed or moored by the Owner in such a manner
and position as the Company may require and unless otherwise
agreed, the necessary warps and fenders shall be provided by the
10. Berths may be rented for the periods published by the Company from time to
time. Berth rentals will be calculated by reference to the
Company’s published charges. Nothing in this Licence shall entitle
an Owner to the exclusive use of a particular berth.
11. All persons using any part of the Company’s premises or facilities for
whatsoever purpose and whether by invitation or otherwise, do so at
their own risk.
12. The vessel, when entering or leaving the Harbour, shall not be navigated
at such a speed or in such a manner as to endanger or inconvenience
other vessels in the Harbour. Vessels are at all times subject to
the speed restrictions and byelaws of Harbour, Navigation & Loch
Lomond National Park.
13.No noisy, noxious or objectionable engines, radio, or other
apparatus or machinery shall be operated within the Harbour and/or
Car Park so as to cause any nuisance or annoyance to the Company, to
any other users of the Harbour, Car Park or any person residing in
the vicinity and the Owner undertakes for himself, his guests and
all using the vessel that they shall not behave in such a way as to
offend as aforesaid. Halyards shall be secured so as not to cause
such nuisance or annoyance.
14. No refuse shall be thrown overboard or left on the pontoons, jetties or
car Parks, or disposed of in any way other than in the receptacles
provided by the Company or by removal from the Company’s premises.
15. Dinghies, tenders and rafts shall be stowed aboard the vessel
unless the Company separately provides a berth.
16. Owners and their crew are required to park their motor vehicles in such a
position and in such a manner as shall from time to time be
directed by the Company.
17.No items of boats, gear, fittings or equipment, supplies, stores or
the like shall be left upon the pontoons, jetties or car parks.
wet Berths are seasonal only - 1st April to 31st October inclusive.
Customers should note that should they leave a boat in the water
out with this period, they do so entirely at their own risk and it is
their responsibility to carry suitable insurance for their own
boat. Floetree Limited does not have any pontoon insurance in
place for winter months (1st November to 31st March). Customers may
not always be able to gain access to boats kept in the water due
to winter hours, flooding, snow, ice and frost. Attempts to gain
access to a boat during these conditions could result in serious
injury or death for which the company has no liability for
19.The Owner shall take all necessary precautions against the outbreak
of fire in or upon his vessel (and the Owner shall observe all
statutory and local regulations relative to fire prevention (If any)
which shall be exhibited at the offices of the Company). The Owner
shall provide and maintain at least one fire extinguisher of a
governmentally approved or BSI standard type and size in or on the
vessel for immediate use in case of fire, which extinguisher shall
at all times be kept instantly ready for use and in good and
efficient working order. All petrol inboard engines shall be
equipped with an automatic fire extinguisher. 20. It is the
responsibility of the boat owner to insure any security devices for
their boat, engine & trailer are fitted at their own expense
(i.e. trailer, wheel clamp, and outboard security lock). All
immobilising devices for trailers or boats attached to jetties are
required that a key be left at the marina office. Failure to do
so may result in said security device being forcibly removed at the
expense of the boat owner. 21. The foregoing General Regulations
and Conditions shall apply to all Harbour users and may be altered
or amended from time to time by the Company. Upon such notice of
amendment being displayed at the Company’s offices and served on
the Owner, it shall be deemed incorporated herein.