£1.00 per foot per week if not paying harbour dues.
Deposit of £50 returnable when rubbish cleared.
Payable in advance.
Terms and conditions
PAYMENT OF MOORING/YARD FEES
Annual mooring fees are payable in advance. Invoices are issued in March each year covering the period 1st April to 31st March
Terms of payment are strictly within 7 days of 1st April.
By paying the mooring fees, the party to whom the Mooring is allocated contractually accepts the Terms and Conditions as set out in these Regulations and agrees to comply with them
Failure to pay the fees within 7 days of 1st April will result in an arrears charge of £25.00 and interest being charged at the rate of 2% per month or part thereafter from the commencement of the mooring year with a minimum charge of £5. If payment is not received by 30 April, then Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company will take steps to recover the invoiced fees and all costs associated with this action will be payable in addition to the mooring charge
If payment remains outstanding after 30 days, Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company reserves both the right to determine any entitlement to moor in the Harbour and the right to remove the vessel from the Harbour, the costs of which will be payable by the vessel owner
Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company reserves the right to grant or to refuse a mooring at its discretion
The same payment timescales will apply in the case of a Mooring or other Permission being granted after 1st April.
PERMIT FOR MOORING
A mooring permission will only be granted to an Individual/Owner of a specific identified vessel. The mooring is only to be used to moor that vessel.
The Permission cannot be transferred either to another individual or another Vessel without the consent in writing of Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company which reserves the right to deny or grant consent at its sole discretion.
New moorings shall carry an administration charge of £100.00 plus VAT and transfer of moorings shall carry an administration charge of £35.00 plus VAT.
Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company will only progress an application when mooring fees and administration charges are fully paid up-to-date.
It is a condition of the mooring or other permission that the relevant party is responsible to ensure that Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company is advised of any changes to contact details.
If you wish to surrender or transfer a mooring, please contact the Harbour Master to complete the necessary documents.
Vessel owners are responsible for their own insurance and must provide a copy of their policy document to Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company each year together with evidence of payment of the policy.
Vessel Owners must have a minimum of third party insurance with cover of at least £1million to moor a Vessel in the Harbour.
RULES & REGULATIONS
There is a 5 knot speed limit within theOuter Harbour and 3 knot speed limit in the Inner Harbour. All Vessels should travel at such a speed so as not to cause discomfort or danger to others on the water.The Harbour Master will advise as to the suitability of areas for various activities.
The playing of loud music is prohibited within the Harbour.
No Vessel is to be operated by a person under the influence of alcohol or drugs within the Harbour.
Vessels should be navigated in the Harbour with care and caution especially in the vicinity of swimming and bathing places or in or near small craft moorings. Any event or collision should be reported, without delay, to the Harbour Master’s Office.
Owners and Masters of Vessels are required to provide the Harbour Master with insurance, voyage,Vessel details and other information as may be reasonably required. Third party insurance cover is required as a minimum for private moorings and evidence of cover is to be approved by the Harbour Master.
No commercial or private fisherman or any other party shall lay lines, nets, pots or floating gear attached in areas that are used as fairways or in a position that is likely to cause obstruction to other Harbour Users.
No Vessel is permitted to discharge rubbish, effluent or pollutant of any kind within the Harbour limits. Any discharge, however occurred and which may cause environmental damage, must be reported to the Harbour Master or, in his absence, to Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company representatives based at Celtic House on the Harbour Head.
Any Vessel picking up any mooring that has not been registered to that Vessel should contact the Harbour Office to ensure that it is available for use and the mooring is suitable for the Vessel.
The deposit of rubbish, waste, discarded equipment or litter of any description in the Harbour, the Shipyard or the vicinity of either is strictly forbidden. Any such rubbish shall be removed on the instruction of the Harbour Master and failure to comply with such instruction shall render the party responsible for such deposit for all costs and expense incurred by the Porthleven Harbour & dock Company in its removal.
Annual mooring/yard fees are payable in advance and in accordance with Porthleven Harbour & Dock CompanyTerms and Conditions.No use of a mooring is permitted without the permission of the Harbour Master.
Visitor mooring fees are payable on the day of arrival into the Harbour.
The Porthleven Harbour Mooring Rules, Regulations and Terms and Conditions are available for viewing at the Harbour Office.