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BBYC MARINA


The costs of developing the marina, car parks and the launching ramps were all met by the berth holders. Bucklands Beach Yacht Club members do have access to the loading, the work berths and short and long term rentals of marina berths. The Marina comprises three piers and a floating breakwater adjacent to the larger Half Moon Bay Marina, providing boats with easy access to the waters of the harbour, the Hauraki Gulf and its islands. There are over 110 berths, ranging in size from 10.5m to 22m.

 

The club has a haulout yard located at Grangers Point, which is run by volunteers and available to fully-paid club members only. Haulout is generally available by appointment on Saturdays from May to November inclusive. Should the sea state preclude operations on the Saturday, the team will often try to haul on the Sunday. Power and water is available on the hardstand. It offers the ideal arrangement for those able to perform their own maintenance, as fees are significantly cheaper than neighbouring sites and significant savings can be made, especially on longer jobs.


For more complex or specialist maintenance, Half Moon Bay Marina next door offers a range of services including marina boat builder, yacht rigger, marine engineers, marine electrical services, stainless welding, boat painter and outboard services. It also has a travelift with a 35-tonne lift capacity as well as refuelling facilities.

Contact the Club Office for more info- phone: 09 534 3046 or email reception@bbyc.org.nz

 RUBBISH COLLECTION:
The rubbish bins are emptied on Monday and Friday. These bins are positioned on the island opposite pier one and two. The club caterer and marina pay for the cost of the rubbish bins. Please note that these rubbish bins are for Club and Marina use only. If you see any unauthorised use, please report this to the office or the Dock Master - Brian Berriman 0274 937 947 or 534 3465.

 FACILITIES:
Your BBYC plastic card gives you (and your guests under your supervision) access to the clubhouse toilets, showers, telephone and emergency oxygen cylinder (opposite the paraplegic toilet) 24 hours a day. 
 

 PARKING:
Member parking in the main car park south of the clubhouse, please display your parking stickers. Cars parked for more than 15 minutes in the loading areas maybe towed away. Angle parking facing the marina is for berth holders displaying (BBYC Marina Berth Holder) authorised parking stickers only. Long Term parking and extra cars are to park in Front of the Clubhouse. NO PARKING in dockmaster Car Park at all times. For overnight or long term parking please use parking in front of the Club NOT in front of Marina.
 

 SECURITY:
There are security cameras operating in the marina area keeping Surveillance. Please ensure that the marina gates are closed at all times and report any suspicious activity. Don’t hold open gates with trolleys.
 

 WESTERN FLOATING BREAKWATER:
The inside of the floating breakwater is available for club members’ vessels while collecting and delivering crew and gear. Maximum time 15 minutes. No vessels are to be left unattended unless organised the the Club office. The owners of any vessels left over night on the floating breakwater will be fined $50 and a repeat occurrence could result in disciplinary action.
 

 ENTERING AND LEAVING THE MARINA:
Vessels leaving the marina have right of way over vessels entering the marina. ALL vessel operators should take extreme care when entering or leaving the marina. Be aware that there is normally a strong current in the entrance that could affect your vessel so check the direction of the tide before proceeding through the entrance.
 

 WORK BERTHS:
Work berths are available for rent and berth owners who wish to rent their berth out should contact the Office on 5343046 in the first instance or the Dock Master – Brian Berriman – 534 3465 or 0274 937 947.
 

 TROLLEYS:
Please return after use to storage area west of the clubhouse. Please clean & wash out after any spillage.