It is the policy of the Saratoga Lake Sailing Club to encourage Fleets to host Regattas at the club, and to provide those facilities that are necessary for such regattas.
Fleets are reminded that all facilities of SLSC are shared with the other members. The house should be kept reasonably clean during the regatta, and visitors should be encouraged to treat the club facilities with respect.
To the extent possible, campers and RVs requiring electrical service should be located near the electrical outlets at the old barn site or the front part of the meadow. Campers and RVs located in the parking circle area near the house must not obstruct the roadway and any power cords must be covered or taped so as to not create a trip hazard. Tents can be placed on the upper lawn along the property fence or on the lower lawn. Pop-Up trailers should be placed on the lower lawn; or near the old barn site if they need electrical power.
The responsible officer of the hosting Fleet must designate event officers or perform these tasks themselves:
Alcohol: the event Alcohol Officer must agree to ensure participants abide by the SLSC alcohol policy for the time that they will be on SLSC property
House: the event House Officer is responsible for ensuring that the house (including the kitchen) is kept reasonably clean and tidy during the regatta, and that final clean-up is performed the last day of the regatta
Grounds: the event Grounds Officer is responsible for ensuring that the grounds are kept reasonably clean, that final grounds clean-up is performed on the last day of the regatta, and will supervise removal and return of boats to the boat park per the SLSC Boat Park Policy
Overnight: The event Overnight Officer will stay overnight on SLSC property whenever non-member guests are staying overnight on club grounds. No Overnight Officer is required if no non-member guests will be spending the night on SLSC property
Fleets holding Regattas are asked complete the attached Information Statement below and submit it to Flag Lt. House, Flag Lt. Grounds and Flag Lt. Race at least one month prior to the regatta. Check lists for House and Grounds clean-up are included in the document.