Moorings and Compound
The moorings in Cromarty Bay are the resposibility of the "Port of Cromarty Firth", however CBC manage them on their behalf.
There are certain criteria which MUST be met before a mooring permit is granted.
1. Mooring permit holder must be a member of Cromarty Boat Club
2. Mooring tackle used must meet the required specifications
3. Moored vessel must have a minumum £2m third party marine cover .
Please also note that the responsibilty for the mooring lies with the permit holder, and it is up to the permit holder to purchase and make up all of the parts above the ground chain to a professional standard as per the spec below. Please be aware of the lengths of strops, risers etc, as this has an impact on swinging space. You can lease a mooring block from the club if one is available, and members of the club help each other to lay moorings in the bay prior to craning in during the spring. Work parties in the autumn also take place to take the tops of moorings etc. for winter maintenance.
Applications and Mooring Spec downloads:
Application for mooring: documents/moorings/1-cfpa-small-craft-mooring-application.pdf
Mooring Block Lease: documents/moorings/cbc-mooring-lease-0517.docx
Mooring spec up to 23 ft: documents/moorings/3-cbc-mooring-spec-1.pdf
Mooring spec over 23 ft: documents/moorings/4-cbc-mooring-spec-2.pdf
All other enquiries regarding Mooring should be directed in the first instance to the Vice Commodore. Tom Paling
Tom can be e mailed :email@example.com FAO Tom Paling
Similar rules apply for boat storage in the compound and again the necessary forms can be downloaded . Responsibility lies with the Vice Commodore,Tom Paling for the allocation of spaces. applications should be sent to the Committee for approval.
Application and downloads:
Boat Storage rules and application: documents/moorings/boat-parking-compound/boat-parking-2017temp.doc
Compound layout: documents/moorings/boat-parking-compound/2-compound-layout-2014.pdf
Crane in/out risk assessment: documents/moorings/boat-parking-compound/3-cbc-crane-risk-assessment.pdf
Proposed Changes to Mast Storage Rack:
The harbour is operated by the Cromarty Harbour Trust. The Boat Club allows visiting boats to use our facilities, and members have privileges for some use of the harbour, such as drop off/ pick up/ dinghy launching with no charge . Use of the harbour for other purposes requires payment in the normal way, and where this applies the Harbour Trust asks that boats using the pontoon visitors berth pay the overnight fee (£20) by electronic payment whenever possible as it makes for better security and more straightforward admin. The Trust’s bank account details are as follows:
Royal Bank of Scotland A/C No. 00125685 Sort Code: 83-18-01 - Please include name of boat + date of visit (if space allows) as the reference.
If that isn’t convenient, the option of leaving payment in the Honesty Box at the pontoon gate continues to be available but please make sure the boat name & date of visit is included with the payment.
For full details of charges see : http://s3.spanglefish.com/s/3168/documents/harbour-dues-model-v8-24feb17.pdf