Author: Damien Ryan
At this stage we are not sure when we will be able to recommence working on boats in the yard, and begin slipping again. When we do start again, there will be a significant waiting list of vessels wanting to be slipped, as well as a number of boats that were ‘in the queue’ before […]
Thanks to Members who have been looking out for other vessels whilst many Members are unable to get to St Kilda under the current restrictions. If any Member wants anything particular investigated with their vessel, please contact Damien or Kuki. Damien RyanOperations ManagerMobile: 0412 137 183
The Golf Cart is now back in action, so we are again able to assist Members with larger ferrying tasks (subject to availability). This also means we will be able to put the bins back out behind the Marina gates. As mentioned in last weeks Ebreeze, we are unfortunately no longer able to […]
Due to EPA requirements, unfortunately RMYS is no longer able to accept waste oil (or any other hazardous material, including cooling fluids, oil filters, thinners, paint, etc.). Members are requested to make their own arrangements for the disposal of such waste. The nearest location that will accept (at least the bulk of) such material is […]
RMYS provides storage for 15 bicycles to be stored in the Yard (we would like to be able to provide more, but this is all our space allows). This storage is available to Members who frequently use their bicycle to access the Marina. There are currently 29 bicycles piled (literally) in and around the bike […]
The following are some of the items from the change rooms that remain unclaimed. These will be disposed of this week unless anyone claims them. They include: Horizon Sails Mainsail bag for lazy jacks: Assorted Boat Cushions Assorted battens (a couple of them quite good), and Selden stay cover A couple of dozen canvases And […]
Everything must go! The Changerooms (Mens and Ladies) have been repainted, and they are also about to get new carpet. To get ready, all items not in Lockers have been removed to the Wet Bar. Importantly, all this gear can not be put back into the Changerooms or Changeroom Lobby, even when the renovations have […]
It is a requirement for all vessels who connect to shore power to have IP66 rated (male) plugs that connect to the pedestal.
Non-compliant plugs cause damage, and create a significant fire hazard (as well requiring expensive repairs).
From tomorrow, any non-compliant lead will be immediately disconnected. If the same lead is subseq….
The yard remains busy, with numerous owners taking advantage of the current ‘No Boating’ instruction to have their boats in prime condition for when we are allowed to once again go for a sail. There are however a few restrictions: At present, Members are not permitted to undertake work on their vessels themselves. […]