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Chula Vista Marina Newsletter | July 2021 | San Diego Bay
*Happy 4th of July!*
News from the Dockmaster
Welcome Mariners to July’s issue of the Chula Vista Marina Newsletter. In this newsletter we will discuss a couple of Marina policies to keep in mind during the summer season. We expect it to be very busy and want to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable time while they are at their boats at CVM. I am so happy to see smiling faces again now that the state is reopened, we have seen a lot more tenants returning and getting some quality boat time in. 
As you all know the 4th of July is upon us. Some really good news is the Port of San Diego has announced the Big Bay Boom fireworks display is back on for this year. If you have never seen this firework display, it is not something you want to miss. It’s probably one of the best in the country. I know several of you are already talking about taking the boat out to see them. It is truly incredible to see them from the water and have them light up overhead. It does get extremely busy on the water though. Make sure to check all your nav. lights before leaving the dock and that you have life vest for all people on board. If you prefer to see them from land and want to avoid the crowds on the water, there are a couple good areas I recommend for viewing:  the Ferry landing in Coronado or the Embarcadero in Downtown. 
See you on the docks!
Robert Zimmerman
Welcome to Our New Mariners
Michael Rose  sailed in his awesome 40’ Carrol Marine Farr  Patriot  from Pier 39 in the Bay area;  Colin Chatterjie  recently purchased a very nice 38’ Bayliner  Sand Shell  that was already here at CVM;  Ronald and Kathleen Scott  brought in their awesome 25’ Bayliner that they had on a trailer;  James Kulas and Elka Matthew  brought in their nice 32’ Bayliner  Salty Crab  from Nielson Beaumont Boat Yard;  Nadiv and Monica Rozenberg  brought in their beautiful 50’ Symbol Yacht  Gabriella  from Marina Del Rey;  Rex Buffington brought in his very cool 29’ Fiber Form that he had on a trailer ; Jessica Colyer  sailed in her beautiful 34’ Beneteau  Happy Dreamer  from Harbor Island West;  Arturo and Nanette Macasinag  brought in their awesome 32’ Sea Ray  Let it be  from Discovery Bay Marina;  Brad Jacobson  sailed in his very nice 46’ Outbound  Waterbear  up from Mexico;  Divid Smith and Bruce Stromko  their beautiful Beneteau  Consuleo from Dana Point. Welcome!
Summer at CVM Marina - A Busy Time of Year!
With the Summer season upon us and the state reopening, we are seeing a lot of people returning to the marina to use their boats. This is a good time to remind everyone of the marina’s access rules and regulations:
Overnight Stays
“No person, including owner, may stay overnight aboard their vessel for a period in excess of 10 days in any 30-day period. Staying aboard a vessel after 10 PM shall be construed and regarded for all purposes as being aboard overnight.”
We understand that people want to stay aboard in the summertime!  Please keep an eye on your overnight stays.  Going over your 10-night limit if you are not an Extended Stay Guest is subject to a $750 penalty.  Vacation visits up to a yearly maximum of 21 days are permissible with  PRIOR WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM THE MARINA .  Please contact the marina office right away if you need the 21-Day Vacation Visitation.  It will not be granted retroactively.
Rules Regarding Guests
Please do not loan your key to your friends and family. Your key is for your personal use only.
Marina Rules and Regulations:
“13. GUESTS: Loaning your key access fob to  anyone  (vendors, friends, or family not approved as part of your License Agreement) will subject you to immediate deactivation of your key access and/or immediate revocation of your License Agreement. All guests must check in at the Marina office. Owners must be with their guests at all times, and Owner is completely responsible for their Guests’ behavior.”
If you bring guests with you to the Marina and you wish to sign out a “Guest Key” please come to the office during normal office hours 8:30 AM-4:30 PM. We can also issue a temporary parking pass for your guests’ vehicle if they are joining you for a weekend on the water.
If you want to add a family member to your license agreement, please call or stop by the office to pick up an application. Once approved, they will be allowed access to the docks and your boat without you present. Your co-applicant must be approved and sign the lease before they are allowed un-supervised access to the Marina. These rules are in place to protect all of our tenants and their boats on the docks.
"Something to Make You Laugh"
Small Change
A thirsty sailor runs from his boat to the nearest bar and shouts to the bartender, “Give me twenty shots of your best scotch, quick!”
The bartender pours out the shots, and the sailor drinks them as fast as he can.
The bartender is very impressed and exclaims, “Wow. I never saw anybody drink that fast.”
The sailor replies, “Well, you’d drink that fast too, if you had what I have.”
The bartender says, “Oh my God! What is it? What do you have?”
“Fifty cents!” replied the sailor.
Marine Swap Meet - June 2011
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