OTTAWA YACHT

PRIVATE CHARTERS & PUBLIC TOURS

DINE & YACHT

Experience the best of both worlds with out exclusive Dine & Yacht Adventure.

Start your day or wind it down at the vibrant Pirate restaurant nestled beside the Ottawa River. Dive into hearty, French Chef inspired meals served with a side of river breeze and stunning views from an expansive covered terrace. And hop aboard our luxurious yacht for a leisurely cruise along the downtown waters. Sip on refreshing drinks, take in the lively energy of the surroundings, and let the peaceful ambiance wash over you. Whether it’s lunch or dinner, our Dine & Yacht promises a perfect blend of delicious simplicity and riverside serenity, creating memories to cherish.

DINE

→ You may not bring your own food
→ Pre-order food (from options below) 
24 hours ahead
→ Exclusive à la carte menu for all onboard food
→ Excellent, rapid service
→ Fresh food prepared daily
→ Kitchen by French Executive Chef
→ Food & drinks paid at end of tour
→ Ottawa Yacht crew serve any food
→ Self serve from the kitchen not permitted 

IN-RESTAURANT LUNCH

SMOKED SALMON SALAD • Smoked salmon w/ spinach, maple & poppy seed vinaigrette, tomato, cucumber, pita chips, fried capers

FAJITAS CHICKEN WRAP • Filled w/ house salsa, tomato, peppers, onions, sour cream. Served with guacamole, fries, and garden salad

PIRATE BURGER • Topped with lettuce, tomato, bacon, onion, spiced mayo, aged cheddar. Served with  fries & coleslaw

IN-RESTAURANT DINNER

CHICKEN BREAST SUPREME • Topped with homemade piri-piri sauce  (jalapenos, garlic, parsley, olive oil).  Served with Portuguese rice

GOURMET RAVIOLI • Filled with fig, mascarpone, prosciutto. Topped with shredded tender duck and creamy white wine sauce

GRILLED SALMON STEAK • Topped with dill and fried capers. Served with rice & fresh market veggies

ON-YACHT CHARCUTERIE

MEET & CHEESE BOX (1 to 2 people)
An epicurean delight, bursting with an array of savory meats, exquisite cheeses, and irresistible accompaniments

FRUIT & DESERVE BOX (1 to 2 people)
A sweet indulgence, a harmonious blend of delectable desserts and irresistible treats, featuring a variety of exquisite sweets and delights

CHARCUTERIE PLATTER (up to 6 people)
Meat (calabreze, capiccolo, proscuitto, peperettes, black forest ham) and Quebec cheeses, with small onions, fruit, and nuts

ON-YACHT GOURMET SANDWICHES *

ITALIAN (up to 2 people)
Proscuitto, salami, calabrese, artichoke hearts, marinated red peppers, brochonchini, pesto mayo, fine-herbs focaccia

VEGETARIAN (up to 2 people)
Teriaky infused Tofu, edamame, nappa cabbage, ginger, wasabi, nuts, 12″ cucumber tortilla

BEEF (up to 2 people)
Whiskey braised beef, Swiss cheese, mushrooms, pickled cabbage, mayo, old fashioned mustard, red-pepper ciabatta

SANDWICH PLATTER (up to 6 people)
Chef’s choice sandwich wraps, cut into bite-sized portions, from our gourmet sandwich options

* served with zesty homemade chips

YACHT

→ All costs to operate yacht are included: fuel, crew, insurance, marina fees,
     permits and licenses
→ Boarding & disembarking assistance
→ Transport Canada safety-certified yachts
→ Two crew per yacht: 
     1. Transport Canada trained & certified Captains
     2. Trained & professional First Mates
→ Captains navigate to downtown & back
→ The yachts do not speed
→ Sit, stand, dance or socialize in the cockpit or on the spacious sun deck
→ Dangle your feet over the front bow’s edge, while holding onto the railing,
     and feel like a child again
→ We have 2 yachts that can each accommodate up to 12 people
→ For groups of 13 to 24 people, we take both yachts out at the same time
→ Yachts depart on time
→ You’ll enjoy the unparalleled beauty of the river, in the heart of Ottawa
→ Full service for food & drinks while yachting
→ Onboard washroom
→ Immersive surround sound system
→ Curated Spotify playlists
→ Wear our Captain’s hat & navigate the yacht
→ Complimentary ice
→ Cell charging wires & USBs
→ This is not a guided tour

SAFETY

→ Responsible drinking is a must for everyone’s safety
→ Ottawa Yacht provides a safety briefing before each cruise
→ Yachts are fully equipped to ensure everyone’s safety: First Aid Kit, Epi-pens,
     Defibrillator, certified state-of-the-art fire detection & suppression equipment 
→ Yachts have a life vest for every passenger and crew member
→ Life jackets must be worn when any member of the crew deems it necessary
→ Emergencies on yacht must be reported to crew immediately
→ Crew instructions must be followed at all times
→ Smoking, vaping, and consumption of drugs on board are strictly forbidden
→ Only 1 passenger at a time is permitted into the cabin to use the washroom

→ Yachts are regularly sanitized between cruises
→ Yacht crew & restaurant staff regularly wash their hands
→ Contactless payments are accepted

DRINKS

→ You may not bring any drink on board, except gifted alcohol, which cannot be
      served and will be stored in the cabin until the end of the excursion
→ The yachts are individually licensed to sell alcohol

→ Drinks (alcohol & sober) are sold on board
→ Ottawa Yacht does not sell hard liquor
→ Ottawa Yacht does not sell red wine
→ Ottawa Yacht accepts special bottle orders 3-4 days in advance
→ Must be 18+ years old to drink alcohol, photo ID required
→ Self serve not permitted
→ Dolce Far Niente, alcohol permit 10168963
→ Everly, alcohol permit 10168989

WHEN

→ From May 15 to October 12
→ Lunch start • 11AM boarding
→ Dinner start • 5PM boarding
→ Arrive at least 15 minutes before boarding

LATE*

 If you are late, departure time will not change
 If you are late and the yacht departs without you, no refund is provided

* applies to public cruises, not private charters

2.5 & 3 HR ITINERARIES

1. PRE-DEPARTURE
→ Travelers choose meals & indicate any allergies or assistance needs

2. TRAVEL TO DESTINATION 
→ Access free, massive, public parking
→ Split into Group 1 (yacht cruise) & Group 2 (restaurant dining)
→ Group 1 limit is 24 people, divided into two smaller groups per yacht
     (limit is 12 passengers /yacht)
→ Group 2 can exceed 24 people

3.  ARRIVAL & DISEMBARKATION (15 minutes)
→ Park, passengers walk 140 meters to Pirate Restaurant & Marina

4. BOARDING & SEATING (15 minutes)
→ Group 1 boards yachts, assisted by crews
→ Group 2 directed to restaurant seating

5. 1ST DINE & YACHT ACTIVITY 
     (45 minutes • 2.5 hrs itinerary)
     (60 minutes • 3 hrs itinerary)
→ Group 1 enjoys cruising while Group 2 dines on the restaurant terrace
→ Food and Drinks served

6. INTERMISSION & RE-BOARDING (15 minutes)
→ Group 1 transitions to restaurant dining
→ Group 2 boards yachts

7. 2ND DINE & YACHT ACTIVITY 
     (45 minutes • 2.5 hrs itinerary)
     (60 minutes • 3 hrs itinerary)
→ Group 1 dines, while Group 2 goes cruising
→ Food and Drinks served

8. REUNION & DEPARTURE (15 minutes)
→ Groups gather at restaurant and return to bus

CUSTOMIZATION

→ Standard 2.5-hr or 3-hr itineraries (other itineraries by request)
→ Standard Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. availability (other availability by request)
→ Lunch & Afternoon Yachting @ 11AM (other start time by request)
→ Dinner & Sunset Yachting @ 5PM (other start time by request)
→ Dining choices 
     1. In restaurant
         • Pre-order from the restaurant menu (
3 options) recommended
         • Order on sight from à la carte menu
     2. On yacht
         • Pre-order food from our menu 24 hours ahead (7 options)
→ Drinks sold separately at restaurant and on yacht
→ Pre-order a special bottle, 4 days ahead
→ Food allergies accommodated

WHO

→ Any age
→ Minimum 4 people
→ Maximum 24 people
→ Marina & yachts are not universally accessible
CHILDREN

→ Childcare is not provided by the crew or restaurant staff
→ On yachts, children must be accompanied by an adult, maximum 4/adult

HIDDEN GEM DESTINATION

→ Jacques-Cartier • a charming, newly renovated street offering a 3.2km
      pedestrian riverside boardwalk with lookouts showcasing a romantic,
      unparalleled view of Ottawa
→ Off the beaten path
→ 10 min. 5.8 km from downtown Ottawa-Gatineau

PIRATE MARINA

 Across street from the Pirate Restaurant

1067 Jacques Cartier Street
Gatineau, Quebec J8T 3W2

 — click here for location of marina & restaurant

PARKING

→ Massive free public parking
→ 140 m from venue along a level sidewalk
→ Coach buses are able to park here

1089 Jacques-Cartier Street
Gatineau, QC J8T 6H4

 — click here for location of parking

CHECK IN & BOARDING

 → Every passenger must digitally check in (valid
      government-issued photo ID required), before
      stepping on marina docks & boarding a yacht
→ Arrive at least 15-20 minutes early
→ Wait on sidewalk until greeted by crew
→ Only crew may open the marina gate
→ Before walking through the marina gate, put phones & keys in a pocket or bag
→ Crew escort passengers on docks
→ Crew help passengers board & disembark the yacht(s)
→ After boarding, footwear & socks must be removed, unless told otherwise
→ Accessibility is not universal on our yachts
→ Anyone who arrives at the marina intoxicated will not be permitted to
     board, without refund

BRING • DON’T BRING

→ Bring weather-appropriate clothing
→ Bring Valid photo ID to order alcohol
→ Bring cash, for gratuity
→ Service animal permitted
→ Don’t bring food, cake, beverage,  high heels, spray-on, balloons, decorations

PAYMENT

→ Payment for drinks in the restaurant is processed at restaurant check out
→ Payment for drinks and food on board is processed before disembarking
→ All forms of payment are accepted
→ For Ottawa Yacht, government-issued photo ID required if paying by credit card
→ Ottawa Yacht uses Square on board to process contactless payments
→ Gratuity is customary at the restaurant and on yachts and should be regarded
     as a thank you for 
a job well done, based on the satisfaction level of your
     experience
→ A cleanup fee may be charged if excessive cleanup time is required

CANCELLATION

IF YOU CANCEL

If you purchased trip protection

→ 24 or more, full refund, less cost of trip protection and booking fee

If you did not purchase trip protection 

→ More than 73 hours before: full refund
→ 48 to 72 hours before: credit (same year)
→ 47 hours or less before: no refund or credit
→ Late or no show: no refund, no credit

IF WE CANCEL

→ Ottawa Yacht crew are instructed to immediately end a cruise if any of the
     following 
occur, without refund: harassment of crew, any violence, failing to
     adhere to 
crew instructions, drunkenness, illicit activity, intentionally throwing
     any garbage overboard

→ If weather is unfavorable, a cruise may be altered, modified, rescheduled, or
     refunded, at our discretion

DINE

→ You may not bring your own food
→ Pre-order food (from options below) 
     24 hours ahead
→ Exclusive à la carte menu for all food onboard
→ Excellent, rapid service
→ Fresh food prepared daily
→ Kitchen by French Executive Chef
→ Drinks sold separately
→ Food & drinks paid at end of tour
→ Ottawa Yacht crew serve any food
→ Self serve from the kitchen not permitted 

IN-RESTAURANT LUNCH

SMOKED SALMON SALAD • Smoked salmon w/ spinach, maple & poppy seed vinaigrette, tomato, cucumber, pita chips, fried capers.

FAJITAS CHICKEN WRAP • Filled w/ house salsa, tomato, peppers, onions, sour cream. Served with guacamole, fries, and garden salad.

PIRATE BURGER • Topped with lettuce, tomato, bacon, onion, spiced mayo, aged cheddar. Served with  fries & coleslaw.

IN-RESTAURANT DINNER

CHICKEN BREAST SUPREME • Topped with homemade piri-piri sauce  (jalapenos, garlic, parsley, olive oil).  Served with Portuguese rice.

GOURMET RAVIOLI • Filled with fig, mascarpone, prosciutto. Topped with shredded tender duck and creamy white wine sauce.

GRILLED SALMON STEAK • Topped with dill and fried capers. Served with rice & fresh market veggies.

ON-YACHT CHARCUTERIE

MEET & CHEESE BOX (1 to 2 people)
An epicurean delight, bursting with an array of savory meats, exquisite cheeses, and irresistible accompaniments

FRUIT & DESERVE BOX (1 to 2 people)
An epicurean delight, bursting with an array of savory meats, exquisite cheeses, and irresistible accompaniments

CHARCUTERIE PLATTER (up to 6 people)
Meat (calabreze, capiccolo, proscuitto, peperettes, black forest ham) and Quebec cheeses, with small onions, fruit, and nuts

ON-YACHT GOURMET SANDWICHES *

ITALIAN (up to 2 people)
Proscuitto, salami, calabrese, artichoke hearts, marinated red peppers, brochonchini, pesto mayo, fine-herbs focaccia

VEGETARIAN (up to 2 people)
Teriaky infused Tofu, edamame, nappa cabbage, ginger, wasabi, nuts, 12″ cucumber tortilla

BEEF (up to 2 people)
Whiskey braised beef, Swiss cheese, mushrooms, pickled cabbage, mayo, old fashioned mustard, red-pepper ciabatta

SANDWICH PLATTER (up to 6 people)
Chef’s choice sandwich wraps, cut into bite-sized portions, from our gourmet sandwich options

* served with zesty homemade chips

YACHT

→ All costs to operate yacht are included: fuel, crew,
     insurance, marina fees, 
permits and licenses
→ Boarding & disembarking assistance
→ Transport Canada safety-certified yachts
→ Two crew per yacht: 
     1. Transport Canada trained & certified Captains
     2. Trained & professional First Mates
→ Captains navigate the yachts slowly towards
     downtown & back
→ The yachts do not speed
→ Sit, stand, dance or socialize in the cockpit or on the
     spacious sun deck
→ Dangle your feet over the front bow’s edge, while
     holding onto the railing, and feel like a child again
→ Full service for food & drinks during cruise
→ Onboard washroom
→ Spacious cockpits & sundecks for socializing
→ Immersive surround sound system
→ Curated Spotify playlists
→ Wear our Captain’s hat & navigate the yacht
→ Complimentary ice
→ Cell charging wires & USBs
→ This is not a guided tour

SAFETY

→ Responsible drinking is a must for everyone’s safety
→ Ottawa Yacht provides a safety briefing before each
     cruise
→ Yachts are fully equipped to ensure everyone’s
     safety: First Aid Kit, Epi-pens, Defibrillator, certified 
     state-of-the-art fire detection &  suppression
     
equipment 
→ Yachts have a life vest for every passenger & crew 
→ Life jackets must be worn when any member of the
     crew 
deems it necessary
→ Emergencies on yacht must be reported to crew
     
immediately
→ Crew instructions must be followed at all times
→ Smoking, vaping, and consumption of drugs on
     board are strictly forbidden
→ Only 1 passenger at a time is permitted into the
     cabin to use the washroom

→ Yachts are regularly sanitized between cruises
→ Yacht crew & restaurant staff regularly wash their
     hands
→ Contactless payments are accepted

DRINKS

→ You may not bring any drink on board, except gifted
     alcohol, which cannot be served and will be stored
     in the cabin until the end of the excursion

→ The yachts are individually licensed to sell alcohol

→ Drinks (alcohol & sober) are sold on board
→ Ottawa Yacht does not sell hard liquor
→ Ottawa Yacht does not sell red wine
→ Ottawa Yacht accepts special bottle orders 3-4 days
     in advance
→ Must be 18+ years old to drink alcohol, photo ID 
     required
→ Self serve not permitted
→ Dolce Far Niente, alcohol permit 10168963
→ Everly, alcohol permit 10168989

WHEN

→ From May 15 to October 12
→ Lunch start • 11AM boarding
→ Dinner start • 5PM boarding
→ Arrive at least 15 minutes before boarding

LATE*

→ If you are late, departure time will not change
→ If you are late and the yacht departs without you,
     no refund is provided

* applies to public cruises, not private charters

2.5 & 3 HR ITINERARIES

1. PRE-DEPARTURE
→ Travelers choose meals & indicate any allergies or
     assistance needs

2. TRAVEL TO DESTINATION 
→ Access free, massive, public parking
→ Split into Group 1 (yacht cruise) &
     Group 2 (restaurant dining)
→ Group 1 limit is 24 people, divided into two smaller
     groups per yacht (limit is 12 pple/yacht)
→ Group 2 can exceed 24 people

3.  ARRIVAL & DISEMBARKATION (15 minutes)
→ Park, passengers walk 140 meters to Pirate
     Restaurant & Marina

4. BOARDING & SEATING (15 minutes)
→ Group 1 boards yachts, assisted by crews
→ Group 2 directed to restaurant seating

5. 1ST DINE & YACHT ACTIVITY 
     (45 minutes • 2.5-hr itinerary)
     (60 minutes • 3-hr itinerary)
→ Group 1 enjoys cruising while Group 2 dines on
     the restaurant terrace
→ Food and Drinks served

6. INTERMISSION & RE-BOARDING (15 minutes)
→ Group 1 transitions to restaurant dining
→ Group 2 boards yachts

7. 2ND DINE & YACHT ACTIVITY 
     (45 minutes • 2.5-hr itinerary)
     (60 minutes • 3-hr itinerary)
→ Group 1 dines, while Group 2 goes cruising
→ Food and Drinks served

8. REUNION & DEPARTURE (15 minutes)
→ Groups gather at restaurant and return to bus

CUSTOMIZATION

→ Standard 2.5-hr or 3-hr itineraries
     (other itineraries by request)

→ Standard Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. availability 
     (other availability by request)
→ Lunch & Afternoon Yachting @ 11AM 
     (other start time by request)
→ Dinner & Sunset Yachting @ 5PM 
     (other start time by request)
→ Dining choices 
     1. In restaurant
         • Pre-order, 
3 options (recommended)
         • Order from à la carte menu 
     2. On yacht
         • Pre-order, 7 options
→ Drinks sold separately at restaurant and on yacht
→ Food allergies accommodated

WHO

→ Any age
→ Minimum 4 people
→ Maximum 24 people
→ Marina & yachts are not universally accessible
CHILDREN

→ Childcare is not provided by the crew or
     restaurant staff
→ On yachts, children must be accompanied by an
     adult, maximum 4/adult

HIDDEN GEM DESTINATION

→ Jacques-Cartier • a charming, newly
     renovated street offering a 3.2km
     pedestrian riverside boardwalk with
     lookouts showcasing a romantic, unparalleled
     view of Ottawa
→ Off the beaten path
→ 10 min. 5.8 km from downtown Ottawa-Gatineau

PIRATE MARINA

 Across street from the Pirate Restaurant

1067 Jacques Cartier Street
Gatineau, Quebec J8T 3W2

 — click here for location of marina & restaurant

PARKING

→ Massive free public parking
→ 140 m from venue along a level sidewalk
→ Coach buses are able to park here

1089 Jacques-Cartier Street
Gatineau, QC J8T 6H4

 — click here for location of parking

CHECK IN & BOARDING


→ Every passenger must digitally check in (valid
     government-issued photo ID required),
     before 
stepping on marina docks & boarding
     a yacht
 Arrive at least 15-20 minutes early
→ Wait on sidewalk until greeted by crew
→ Only crew may open the marina gate
→ Before walking through the marina gate, put
     phones & 
keys in a pocket or bag
→ Crew escort passengers on docks
→ Crew help passengers board & disembark
     
the yacht(s)
→ After boarding, footwear & socks must be
     removed, unless
told otherwise
→ Accessibility is not universal on our yachts
→ Anyone who arrives at the marina intoxicated
     will not be permitted to 
board, without refund

BRING • DON’T BRING

→ Bring weather-appropriate clothing
→ Bring Valid photo ID to order alcohol
→ Bring cash, for gratuity
→ Do not bring your own food, cake, beverage,  
     high heels, spray-on, balloons, decorations
→ Service animal permitted

    Le Pirate Logo Rest-O-Bord Le Pirate
    1067 Jacques-Cartier Street
    Gatineau, Quebec

    819-243-5200

    Marina - Seasonal Reservation

    OWNER IDENTIFICATION





    You must upload valid photo ID to board. You will not be able to board without it. A driver's license or a passport is considered valid. A selfie or health card is not considered valid. The photo must be clear, and text must be easily readable.
    EMERGENCY CONTACT



    BOAT IDENTIFICATION












    INSURANCE





    Please upload proof of valid insurance.
    TERMS & CONDITIONS

    1. The lessor agrees to render the following services, namely: moorage, rental of dock space, and any other services of the marina, for which the lessee agrees to pay a deposit of $350.00 prior to October 31.
     
    2. The balance of all services, fees and charges shall be payable on or before the effective date between the parties of this agreement no later than May 1.
     
    3. The lessee agrees to pay for all required services in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions established by Lessor, and in effect at the time the services are rendered, as hereinafter provided.
     
    4. The lessee agrees not to assign or transfer this Agreement and not to sublet the space hereunder unless expressly agreed to in writing.
     
    5. The lessor shall not assume any responsibility for the care and control of any boat, car, trailer, equipment or contents.
     
    Furthermore, the lessor shall not be liable in any way for damage to the boat or its contents or for loss or damage thereto or to the Lessee, regardless of the cause or nature of the loss or damage, including, but not limited to, loss or damage caused by fire, theft or other casualty.
     
    6. The lessee agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Lessor, its agents or employees from and against any loss, damage or claim suffered by Lessor or its agents, representatives, employees, guests or any of its crew members arising out of the use of Lessor's facilities and equipment or the use of other Lessee's property anywhere on Lessor's property.
     
    7. The lessee agrees to reimburse the cost of any damage to the lessor's property or the property of any other lessee of the lessor resulting directly or indirectly from the fault of the lessee.
     
    8. The lessee agrees to move his boat only as instructed by the lessor and in his absence, authorizes the lessor to move said boat at the lessee's expense and risk; furthermore, the lessee authorizes the lessor to temporarily use the leased dock space without charge, when the lessee's boat is not there (e.g., getting out of the water, trips, etc.).
     
    9. This agreement is for an unlimited period of time and may be terminated by either party upon notice. This agreement includes as part of it, all of Lessor's rules and regulations then in effect, and shall apply to the above described boat, any additional boats or any replacement boats.
     
    10. Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, Lessor's rates, fees and regulations shall be subject to change without notice.
     
    11. No boat or equipment shall be removed until all accounts have been paid in full.
     
    12. The lessor shall have a lien on the boat and its contents for any amount due for services rendered by Lessor hereunder, all in accordance with the provisions of applicable law. In addition, the lessee expressly agrees to surrender the vessel referred to in Section 9 and its contents to the lessor as a pledge to secure payment of any damage that may be caused to the lessor by the vessel, its crew or its owner, such pledge to take effect only upon the occurrence of such damage.
     
    13. This agreement is binding upon the parties, their heirs, executors, assigns, successors, employees, clerks and agents.
     
    14. Where more than one person or company is named as lessee, they shall be jointly and severally liable for the performance of all obligations incurred by the lessee hereunder. The singular includes the plural and the masculine includes the feminine or vice versa, as the case may be.
     
    15. This agreement, its interpretation, performance, enforcement, validity and effect are subject to the laws of the Province of Quebec and the parties elect domicile in the judicial district of Hull.
     
    16. The invalidity, unenforceability or invalidity of any section or series of sections or provisions of this Agreement, in whole or in part, shall not affect the validity of the Agreement as a whole, and any remaining section or series of sections or provisions shall be enforced as if this Agreement had been entered into without the invalidated, unenforceable or invalidated section or series of sections or provisions, which shall then be deemed to be unwritten.
     
    SIGNATURE

    Electronic Signature • By checking below, I am consenting to the use of my electronic signature in lieu of an original signature on paper. I have the right to request that I sign a paper copy instead. By checking below, I am waiving that right. After consent, I may, upon written request to Rest-O-Bord Le Pirate, obtain a paper copy of an electronic record.

    Making a reservation sends your contact information to the marina.
    The marina will contact you to confirm the reservation and next steps.
     

      Le Pirate Logo Rest-O-Bord Le Pirate
      1067 Jacques-Cartier Street
      Gatineau, Quebec

      819-243-5200

      Marina - Seasonal Reservation

      OWNER IDENTIFICATION





      You must upload valid photo ID to board. You will not be able to board without it. A driver's license or a passport is considered valid. A selfie or health card is not considered valid. The photo must be clear, and text must be easily readable.
      EMERGENCY CONTACT



      DURATION OF STAY



      BOAT IDENTIFICATION












      INSURANCE





      Please upload proof of valid insurance.
      TERMS & CONDITIONS

      1. The lessor agrees to render the following services, namely: moorage, rental of dock space, and any other services of the marina, for which the lessee agrees to pay a deposit of $350.00 prior to October 31.
       
      2. The balance of all services, fees and charges shall be payable on or before the effective date between the parties of this agreement no later than May 1.
       
      3. The lessee agrees to pay for all required services in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions established by Lessor, and in effect at the time the services are rendered, as hereinafter provided.
       
      4. The lessee agrees not to assign or transfer this Agreement and not to sublet the space hereunder unless expressly agreed to in writing.
       
      5. The lessor shall not assume any responsibility for the care and control of any boat, car, trailer, equipment or contents.
       
      Furthermore, the lessor shall not be liable in any way for damage to the boat or its contents or for loss or damage thereto or to the Lessee, regardless of the cause or nature of the loss or damage, including, but not limited to, loss or damage caused by fire, theft or other casualty.
       
      6. The lessee agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Lessor, its agents or employees from and against any loss, damage or claim suffered by Lessor or its agents, representatives, employees, guests or any of its crew members arising out of the use of Lessor's facilities and equipment or the use of other Lessee's property anywhere on Lessor's property.
       
      7. The lessee agrees to reimburse the cost of any damage to the lessor's property or the property of any other lessee of the lessor resulting directly or indirectly from the fault of the lessee.
       
      8. The lessee agrees to move his boat only as instructed by the lessor and in his absence, authorizes the lessor to move said boat at the lessee's expense and risk; furthermore, the lessee authorizes the lessor to temporarily use the leased dock space without charge, when the lessee's boat is not there (e.g., getting out of the water, trips, etc.).
       
      9. This agreement is for an unlimited period of time and may be terminated by either party upon notice. This agreement includes as part of it, all of Lessor's rules and regulations then in effect, and shall apply to the above described boat, any additional boats or any replacement boats.
       
      10. Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, Lessor's rates, fees and regulations shall be subject to change without notice.
       
      11. No boat or equipment shall be removed until all accounts have been paid in full.
       
      12. The lessor shall have a lien on the boat and its contents for any amount due for services rendered by Lessor hereunder, all in accordance with the provisions of applicable law. In addition, the lessee expressly agrees to surrender the vessel referred to in Section 9 and its contents to the lessor as a pledge to secure payment of any damage that may be caused to the lessor by the vessel, its crew or its owner, such pledge to take effect only upon the occurrence of such damage.
       
      13. This agreement is binding upon the parties, their heirs, executors, assigns, successors, employees, clerks and agents.
       
      14. Where more than one person or company is named as lessee, they shall be jointly and severally liable for the performance of all obligations incurred by the lessee hereunder. The singular includes the plural and the masculine includes the feminine or vice versa, as the case may be.
       
      15. This agreement, its interpretation, performance, enforcement, validity and effect are subject to the laws of the Province of Quebec and the parties elect domicile in the judicial district of Hull.
       
      16. The invalidity, unenforceability or invalidity of any section or series of sections or provisions of this Agreement, in whole or in part, shall not affect the validity of the Agreement as a whole, and any remaining section or series of sections or provisions shall be enforced as if this Agreement had been entered into without the invalidated, unenforceable or invalidated section or series of sections or provisions, which shall then be deemed to be unwritten.
       
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        1067 Jacques-Cartier Street
        Gatineau, Quebec

        819-243-5200

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