Boat Lifts

The 2019 boating season is :

Coming to an end start

GET THINGS READY …

Happy tinkering …

We have various marinas in the area that offer lift services to put your boat

in the water at the beginning of the season or to take it out at the end of the season … 

Check out the little guys they have useful lists!


Pointe du Chêne Yacht Club
http://www.pcyc-nb.ca/

PLEASE NOTE:
The Marina will be CLOSED :
After October 9TH, 2020.
There will be security
provided by the yacht
club after this date.

Please verify with the Marina.

Date – 1st Lift OUT Tentative
– October – Friday the 2th
and/or Saturday, 3ed, 2020

– All Dates Are Weather Permitting!
– There will be a boat lift on all dates as long
as we have (14) boats confirmed for each lifts.
Date – 2nd Lift IN Tentative
– on Friday, Not Determined yet! Last Lift.

If you wish to schedule for one of these dates,
PLEASE CONTACT the office at 532-6800.

A follow-up call or email will be made to
you to advise your approximate time
& order of your lift. If for any reason the lift
is canceled, you will also be notified.- 
All Dates Are Weather Permitting
!

These Dates are tentative ….
Please call the Marina to book your lift.
Please contact Walter Wojcicki:
532-6800 for any changes

Order of lift will be
determined by the Manager
& you will be notified by email.

PLEASE NOTE:
Proof of insurance is absolutely mandatory at this time.
Please ensure that you bring a copy to the office.

Please check with Marina to make
sure that there is a Lift …
Thank you for your patience.


Please call the office at 532-6800 to
schedule your desired lift-in date.
You will be advised a number in order of lift.
Please ensure that you bring
cash or check as the marina will be
collecting for the lift.

(Point du Chêne Yacht Club)
LAUNCH/HAUL IN FEES:The fees for launch/haul in are as follows (including HST):
Fee Schedule as Follows:

Friday Lift:

Boats with mast: $140.00 (tax incl)
Boats without masts: $110.00 (tax incl)
Boats 16,000 lbs & over: $12.00 per min with a minimum charge of $160.00

Saturday Lift:

Boats with mast: $150.00 (tax incl)
Boats without mast: $120.00 (tax incl)
Boats 16,000 & over: $13.00 per min with a minimum charge of $180.00 + 4.00 per minute over 20 minutes

“THESE PRICES CAN CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE.”

Please check with Marina
to make sure these prices are accurate.

For the people that we tow;

Telephone: (506) 532-6444
583 rue Main Street, Shédiac,
New Brunswick, Canada, E4P 2C6
Please Contact us so we can put a list together, thank you. 


There will be no security after that date.

CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON THE COVID-19 MARINA PLAN!

Friends of Shediac Bay
Jib Crane Scheduled Lifts

Power and Sail
Fall 2020 Schedule – Saturdays
(Following Sunday if Storm Delayed)

These are tentative dates.

First Lift – Saturday, September 19, 2020

8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Second Lift – Saturday, September 26, 2020

8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Third Lift – Saturday, October 3, 2020

8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Fourth Lift – Saturday, October 10, 2020

8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Hello Sailors,

We have been confirmed to conduct another lift for this Saturday, June 13, 2020, via appointment for boats that have reserved space at PYC or the Point du Chene Port Authority. Refer to previous emails or contact Bob Boudreau at beatnik@nbnet.nb.ca to be given a time for your scheduled lift. Each owner is to have two helpers for their boat and the trailer is to be hauled away right after being launched.

Also, we need two helper volunteers who will assist in handling lines in launching the boats and raising the masts for this weekend. Please confirm to Bob Boudreau at the above address. Please bring your own COVID 19 masks and gloves as we are under the previously published regulations we sent you. Letter below …

Please contact
– Jamie Storey – jamiestorey@nb.aibn.com, for any changes.


Friends of Shediac Bay

Notes:      For Scheduled Lifts, non-members cost is  $120.00 by e-transfer sent to beatnik@nbnet.nb.ca payable to

— “Bob Boudreau”

  1. You are reminded that the Covid-19 Operational Plan is still in effect. … particularly for lifts that will have significant (?) boats and/or significant (?) people on site. Ie mask, cleaners, and contact tracking numbers will be enforced Boat owners should have at least three (3) persons helping with their lift.
  2. Have your mast turnbuckles ready to loosen when coming to the mast crane and face the boat to the north.
  3. Non-member Unscheduled lifts are permitted any day of the week by Appointment made with Bob Boudreau (beatknik@nbnet.nb.ca) Cost is $160 ( includes operator fee).
  4. Use of mast crane only, the cost is $70.00
  5. Maximum jib crane lift capacity  – 15,000 lbs.
  6. Members pay $30.00 by e-transfer, as above.

C O V I D -19 Operational Plan

Friends of Shediac Bay/SBYC crane launch

Client/Volunteer Communique:

In order to ensure the health and safety of crane volunteers as well as boat owners, in light of the COVID-19 situation, we have prepared an Operational Plan. The Plan outlines the procedure that we have adopted for the launching of boats and stepping of masts on the wharf area of the SBYC that addresses health and safety concerns that have become best practices and standard in business in order to prevent any community spread of the virus.

What this means for boat owners/crane operators/volunteers:

Boat owners are required to schedule their launch with Bob Boudreau (506-530-0181), as only scheduled lifts will be permitted at this time. Owners are required to have 2 helpers and are required to arrive with community masks and gloves (PPE). There will be a hand sanitizing station at the security gate. Crane operators and volunteers are likewise required to arrive with PPE (Gloves and masks). Additional gloves and masks will be on-site to provide for any need to replace damaged PPE. There will likely be no washroom available onsite- Plan ahead.

Only one boat will be launched at a time, with other scheduled boats to remain in a queue outside the launch area. Boat owners, crane operators, and volunteers will be met by a designated COVID Oversite Officer (COO) who will screen all with a brief health questionnaire. He/She will record the names of boat owners as well as the helpers in the unlikely event that contract tracing is required. Hands will be sanitized, and PPE put on prior to backing down to the crane.

There will be 2 crane operators and 2 volunteers on site who will work with boat owners and helpers. Their names will also be recorded for possible contact tracing. They will sling the boat and hoist it into the water. The mast will then be stepped and rigged. Immediately thereafter the boat is to be motored out of the basin to their mooring dock. Hand signals will augment communications hindered by facial masks.

Throughout the process, the COO will oversee operations to ensure compliance. The physical distance of 2 m is to be maintained at all times. Extra care is to be taken for a brief period of close contact as necessary to secure the mast, with extra attention to respiratory hygiene when briefly in closer contact.
Trailers are to be immediately removed by one of the owner’s helpers. The boat is not to temporarily moor to the piles in SBYC basin, but rather to immediately depart.
Our Plan will slow the process down somewhat, but these steps will be necessary in order to facilitate compliant launches.

Contact Mark Bridges (506-531-7732) for any clarification. Thanks for your cooperation.


LAUNCH/HAUL-OUT FEES: The fees for launch/haul out are as follows (including HST):
Scheduled Lift Costs including mast crane :$ 130.00 (Non-members)by cash or check to
“Friends of Shediac Bay”
1. To organise for the lift, as boat trailers arrive they will get in line, register, pay the fee and be issued a number in the line up. The number of the current boat being lifted will be displayed at or near the jib crane. You will present your number to the lift operator when boat is at the dock ready to be lifted.
2. There is a separate Mast Crane at the end of the wharf to allow you to raise your mast before after launch. Have your mast turnbuckles ready to loosen when coming to the mast crane and face the boat to the north.
3. Boat owners should have at least three (3) persons helping with their lift.
4. Have your mast turnbuckles ready to loosen when coming to the mast crane and face the boat to the north..
5. Non-member Unscheduled lifts are permitted any day of the week with one or more of the trained operators. Cost is $160 (includes operator fee). See List of operators at PYC and SBYC clubs.
6. Use of mast crane only, cost is $70.00
7. Maximum lift capacity – 15,000 lbs.
8. Members pay $30.00.
Sept 20, 2017
Operations Committee

Please respond with a date (or two) that you can volunteer to help with the lift. I will then advise of the rosters.

Jamie Storey – jamiestorey@nb.aibn.com

“THESE PRICES CAN CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE.”

Cap de Cocagne

Cocagne Cape Port Authority Inc.
100 Cap-de-Cocagne Road
Grande-Digue, NB E4R 4H8

LIFT DATES -FOR 2020
ARE TENTATIVE DATES
FOR THE LIFT IN
PLEASE CHECK WITH THE MARINA TO VERIFY THE DATES!
Dates – 1st – Lift IN
-Lift dates have been selected as follows:

Saturday, Undetermedth, 2020

Please let one of us know which lift date you plan to use.
Please remember you must attend our pre-lift safety meeting
at 7:30 am on lift day in order to take part in the lift.

Please contact Marina Manager, Neil Leblanc:
(506)-312-1941 for any changes.

Sea VHF 68

Hope you have a great fall and winter season …


Quai D'Escuminac

Escuminac Wharf


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