TERMS AND SAFETY
There are life rings located on the pontoon in case of emergencies
There are members of staff on duty in case of emergencies
There is a rescue boat on call for emergencies
The wearing of life jackets is obligatory for anyone under 16 years of age
The wearing of life jackets is optional for those over 16 years of age.
(Proof of age may be required)
The aim of Port du Lac is to provide a safe and happy environment for its passengers. It is at the discretion of the staff to determine if a person is safe and responsible. If any person in a boat causes a disturbance, they will be removed from the lake and no refund of admission fee will be made.
Swimming and diving is forbidden from all boats hired through Port du Lac. Passengers are to remain seated. If caught standing or otherwise misbehaving, they will be removed from the lake and no refund of admission fee will be made.
Due to the depth of the lake, boats must keep at least 10m from the banks and must not pass the signs placed on the lake for information as they may become caught in the weeds or run aground.
(Any damage caused through disregarding these points will have to be paid for by the passengers of that boat).
Boats are forbidden to stop anywhere along the banks of the lake, other than the Port du Lac pontoon
Passengers are to adhere to the length of time they have paid for. If the boat is not returned at the end of the allotted session, then a further charge may be made.
Loyalty cards are given to each boat hired. Following a ride, the loyalty card will be stamped. When the card has six stamps, the card holder is entitled to one free boat hire.
A copy of Public Liability Insurance is on display within the office.
Port du Lac takes no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal property whilst on the lake. The safe keeping of all personal items is at the owners own risk.
Port du Lac takes no responsibility for personal accident whilst on the lake.
Please do not throw litter into the lake as we have an eco-friendly green policy.