Treat the area and other boaters with respect. No littering or discharging of waste or oils into the water.
Spyder Bay Marina, Little Current Town Docks and Killarney all have recycling bins alongside the trash bins. Use them. Gore Bay recycles cans and bottles only. It may be difficult to get rid of trash in Killarney.
When coming into an anchorage where other boats are already anchored, go dead slow and look for a spot that is not too close to another boat.
When anchoring near other boats, try to ask how much rode they have out so that you can gauge swing radius. Be mindful of anchoring too close to boats that are not in our group.
Protect the trees. When tying off to shore, try to tie to rocks or stumps rather than live trees. Padding under your shore lines on live trees is strongly recommended.
Keep in mind that wildlife lives here and we are just visitors. Please do not disturb or harm the wildlife (with the exception of bugs). You may see snakes in some anchorages. You may see bears. Leave them alone and they will leave you alone. If anchoring near shore, do not leave food out in your cockpit overnight.
Noise should be kept to a minimum after dark, so as not to disturb those who turn in early.
When going to shore around boats that are shore tied, please ask permission if you use their shore lines to aid in getting out of your dinghies.
It is an unwritten rule that the first boats into an anchorage determine the anchoring policy. If they are tied to shore, you should either tie to shore or anchor a good ways away from them. Likewise, if they are swinging on an anchor, you should not tie to shore nearby. Boat collisions are not a good way to make friends.