Annapolis Landing Marina wishes you a happy and trouble free stay with us. We ask that you abide by the following rules & regulations. If you have any questions, please contact the marina office at 410-263-0090.
THE VIOLATION OF THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN THE TERMINATION OF THE SLIPHOLDER’S LEASE
SEVERE WEATHER AND HURRICANE EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN
The intent of this plan is to alert Annapolis Landing Marina slipholders of the need for preparation, and to outline your responsibilities in the event of a weather related emergency. It is our hope that this information will not be needed, but should the need arise; your total cooperation is imperative to minimize the property damage that can occur.
This plan will go into effect when NOAA issues a watch for sustained gale force winds (30 mph or greater), meaning that such winds are predicted to occur within 48 hours.
REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE RESPONSIBE FOR THE CARE AND PROTECTION OF YOUR BOAT AND ARE RESPONSIBLE TO SEE THAT IT DOES NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO ANY OTHER BOAT OR THE PROPERTY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER MARINA. THIS MAY REQUIRE REMOVAL OF YOUR BOAT TO A SAFER HARBOR.
ALSO, REMEMBER THAT MARINA STAFF WILL BE SECURING AND PROTECTING MARINA PROPERTY AND WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SECURE YOUR BOAT.
Here are some things that you, as a vessel owner, should do to prepare. You are responsible to take reasonable and prudent measures to assure your vessel does not damage others. Please note Item #7 in Dockage Agreement.
A NOAA weather watch means that the predicted conditions are likely to affect the area within 48 hours. A warning means that the predicted weather is almost certain to affect the area within 24 hours.
Please remember, that it is your responsibility to keep abreast of NOAA weather predictions for the Annapolis area, particularly during hurricane season, July through November. If NOAA issues a hurricane watch, you should make immediate contingent plans to remove your boat from the marina. If NOAA issues a hurricane warning, you should immediately execute your plan to remove your boat even if you may not have heard from us.
We will try to notify you by phone or email of any NOAA watch for gale force or higher sustained winds, but cannot guarantee that we will be able to reach you.
Should NOAA issue a warning of sustained gale force or higher winds, we will notify you by phone or by the best means available to us. At that time, at our discretion, we may issue a mandatory evacuation order for your boat. Should the warning be for hurricane winds, you will be required to immediately remove your boat from the marina to some other location. It is your responsibility to have an alternative place to secure your boat.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
The pool will open the Friday of Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day Monday.
The hours of operation are:
1:00 pm – 8:00 pm Monday-Thursday
1:00 pm – 8:30 pm Friday
11:00 am – 8:30 pm Saturday
11:00 am – 7:00 pm Sunday
11:00 am – 8:00 pm Holidays
Upon arrival at the pool, ALL individuals must show their pool pass and sign in at the entrance, in the register provided.
No one will be admitted without a proper pool pass. NO EXCEPTIONS.
The following rules and regulations are for the protection and benefit of all users of the pool facilities and are designed to assure the safe and sanitary operation of our pool consistent with maximum enjoyment. Deliberate failure to comply with these rules and regulations shall be considered sufficient cause for suspension of pool privileges.
SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS FOR CHILDREN
POOL HEALTH AND SAFETY