Watercraft Training & Damage Pre-Rental Checklist
Identify watercraft below (including number):
Training on the safe operation of the watercraft. Check all that apply and have been completed.
Guages and Instruments
Engine starting and shifting
Upper deck weight limit 250 lbs. Engine off while passengers on upper deck
Do not operate engine while swimmers are in the water or gates are open
Lights and radio
Anchor and mooring
Procedure if watercraft is disabled
Confirm number of lifejackets equal to number of passengers
No wake zones
Channel bouys and other marker bouys
Passengers under age 13 must wear lifejacket
How to beach/motor up. How to get off beach.
Proximity to shore, hazards and other boats
End of rental procedure/docking
Northern and southern boundaries
Describe any noted pre-rental damage below. If left empty, both parties agree that there was no existing pre-rental damage.
Check all equipment present and in operating condition, prior to rental. Please note the charge for each item that is returned damaged or missing. This includes minor damage, as even minor damage can result in the need to replace the item or send it out for service. Please also check disclosure/understanding of other chargeable infractions, such as late returns, user error rescues, etc. Applicable charges will be made with the credit card on file, or with another credit card of the renter's choosing, at the conclusion of the rental period.
Lifejacket, oar, throw ring, lines, bumpers, speakers ($50 each); Anchor ($100)
Bimini canopy ($300)
Seating and upholstery stain, tear, puncture, other damage ($400 each)
Flooring burns, cuts, stains ($500)
Lower unit or engine shell ($400)
Dented or punctured pontoon tube ($400 each)
Fiberglass shallow scratch ($100 each), deep scratch, gouge or puncture ($400)
Deck rails, doors, other dents elsewhere ($300 each)
Helm items, including dash, steering wheel, throttle, guages, etc. ($200 each)
Inflatables (if applicable): puncture ($100), tear or other unrepairable damage ($500)
Excessively dirty boat or garbage left on boat ($100)
Late return fee ($50 per 15 minutes)
User error rescue, such as run out of gas, stuck, etc. ($100 per hour), plus cost of any damage
using more than 1 parking space per boat rental ($100 each space)
Catastrophic damage, greater than $500, including full loss, is charged actual cost, plus 15%
Name of renter
Name of Beanie's Marina staff
By signing below, renter agrees with the preceding information. Renter agrees to assume full liability for all damaged or missing equipment/property, and other charges noted above, including damage or harm to others or their property, as a result of the use of rental equipment. Renter further authorizes payment using credit card on file or other valid credit card of the renter's choice, in the event of the above noted damage, missing item, or infraction.