Members of Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay
are Invited to attend the
Member Information Evening
THURSDAY 19TH APRIL, 7PM OR MONDAY 23RD APRIL, 7PM
in The Top Deck Room
The Board of Directors and Management of Royal Motor Yacht Club would like to invite you to an information night regarding the upcoming Marina Redevelopment. Most members will be aware that this planning has been in the pipeline and is now coming to fruition. If not, this is the perfect time you can be informed and updated on this exciting project.
We are hoping you can join us at 1 of the 2 Information Evenings to learn what the Marina Redevelopment intails, the time it will take, any inconvenience to be expected and what the Club is doing to minimise the effects on our members.
Tea & Coffee will be provided after the meeting so the Marina Management can discuss any concerns you may have.
Please Register your attendance to email@example.com
or ph reception on 9997 5511
I look forward to seeing you there,
Marina and Projects Manager
19TH APRIL - MEMBER INFORMATION EVENING "MARINA DEVELOPMENT''
The first marina development meeting was held Thursday 19th April 2018 with 50 members coming along to further their knowledge on the exciting expansion of the RMYC marina. Welcomed by Marina and Projects Manager; Jayson McDonald presented the marina development plan, construction methodology period, completition timeline and impact to our members during this time.
For anyone interested there will be another information evening held this coming
Monday 23rd April 2018, 7pm in the Top Deck Room.
MARINA DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE INCLUDES
1) SITE IMMOBILISATION BEGINNING OF MAY 2018
2) MOORING REMOVAL – CARPARK EXCLUSION
3) TRENCHING FOR HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY
4) MATERIAL STAGING AREA / CONSTRUCTION
5) STAGE 1 OF REDEVELOPMENT
6) STAGE 2 OF REDEVELOPMENT
7) STAGE 3 FINAL STAGE
HOW WE KEEP YOU UP TO DATE
We feel it is greatly important to be able to communicate with our members throughout the development journey so everyone understands the stages and impact over this time that may occur. We will communicate on a regular basis via email, sms and social media with more detailed reports in the Nautical News and other publications.
The marina team are always available to answer questions, help with information and plan to do everything possible to make this project as well planned and the least impact on members as possible. MARINA OFFICE - 9998 5588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
OVERVIEW OF THE MARINA DEVELOPMENT
The RMYC plays a large part in the local and wider community not just as a boating institution but as a location for assistance and community support. The facility has and will continue to support both governments, social and private bodies with facility use and sponsorship.
The RMYC is conveniently located for all types of emergency access to both Scotland Island and Western Foreshore Residents, Pittwater and Broken Bay boating incidents and accident responses needs. With its Large Break Wall, Boat Ramp and Community access both by water and land it is an ideal location for Ambulance, Police, Fire Brigade (both NSW and Rural) and is a safe haven for evacuation.
The RMYC also is the host of many community activities such as the Wooden Boat, Pittwater New Year’s Eve Festivities and Fire Works, Pittwater Festival, Car shows and other community events. The facility also used by Social Clubs and community events such as First Aid Courses, Yoga and Swimming Lessons etc.
The Clubs recognition in this area invites local social and educational groups to use the facilities, this supports local people in training and Learning. The NSW Water Police hold there State Training with the NSW Volunteer Rescue with SAREX due to having a large function area along with the Water Front access for the states rescue vessels participating in the event. The RMYC has also been approach to be part of the wider learning body by TAFE Northern Beaches.
The RMYC instigated the proposed extension to the marina initially back in August 2013 with the submission to Crown Lands to extend its current lease by approximately 30% within its current remaining twenty two (22) years lease.
The required extension is approximately 8,000 to 10,000m2 which is depicted in submission to Crown Lands
The overall development represents an increase of (fixed berths) to accommodate a further 65 vessels, sacrificing approximately 10 – 20 swing moorings in lieu for the space required.