Harbor Banner 2013 
Monterey Harbor News
Dungeness and Rock Crab Fishery Relief Proposal Draft
July 2018

 

In This Issue
Dungeness and Rock Crab Help
$5000 Reward
Accounting Please
Clean Waters just do not happen
Boat Operator Licensing
Paying Passengers?
MORE INFORMATION
$5000 Reward Missing Oceanographic 

News and Information from Accounting
HELP US HELP YOU - SOME FRIENDLY REMINDERS FROM THE HARBOR OFFICE
 
INVOICE INFORMATION
Annual rates already include your 10% discount.  10% discounts do not apply to monthly or quarterly rates.  Invoices are due by the 25th of each month and a 2% late fee is auto-assessed on any unpaid balance. You can g o paperless - request your invoices be emailed to save a stamp and a tree
 
PAYMENT OPTIONS
We accept Visa, MasterCard, debit cards, cash, checks or money orders payable to City of Monterey. You can p ay online at Harbor Website and  enter your account # when prompted for an invoice number
Contact Laura or Jennifer to setup an auto-pay account for common recurring fees
 
IMPORTANCE OF CURRENT ACCOUNT INFORMATION - PLEASE REFER TO ORDINANCE 17-33.(e)
Please remember that you are responsible for keeping all your account information (address, phone, email, registration, inspections, etc.) up to date with us. In doing so, you may avoid any unpleasant consequences such as wait list removals, late fees, vessel liens and license agreement revocations  
Keeping our Waters Safe and Clean
All of us together do make a difference. Ever noticed how clean our waters are here at the Monterey Marina. That didn't just happen on it's own. Everyone together is the solution to pollution. We are very proud of our boaters, captains, businesses, and citizens. Please keep up the effort. Simple reminders:

1) Don't let items accidentally fall into the water
2) Don't accumulate "stuff" on the berthing fingers and walkways
3) Cover your trash, birds and winds alike give trash wings to fly away
4) Please do not DUMP contaminated fluids into Harbor or ocean.   
State of California Recreational Boat Operator Licensing
Now the Law
As of January 1, 2018, the mandatory boating safety education law goes into effect, and will be phased in by age. If you operate any type of motorized vessel on California waterways
(including powered sailboats/paddlecraft),
you will be required to pass an approved boating safety examination and carry a lifetime California Boater Card.

January 1, 2018 Persons 20 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2019 Persons 25 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2020 Persons 35 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2021 Persons 40 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2022 Persons 45 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2023 Persons 50 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2024 Persons 60 years of age or younger

 

January 1, 2025 All persons regardless of age


Join Our Mailing List
Going for a Ride? Paying Passenger?


 
HARBOR OFFICE HOURS
8AM - 5PM DAILY 

PHONE NUMBER
(831) 646-3950 
 
AFTER HOURS
(831) 594-7760 
 
COAST GUARD MONTEREY
(831) 647-7300
 
E-MAIL 
John Haynes
  haynes@monterey.org
 
INTERNET
www.monterey.org/harbor

RADIO WATCH
VHF channels 5a & 16  
 
ON FACEBOOK
Monterey Harbor

FREE Marina WiFi 

Pay your Marina Account online at  Monterey Harbor