Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Illuminated Boat Parade

Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Illuminated Boat Parade
Saturday December 13th at 6pm
Skippers’ Party Wednesday, December 10th starts at 6pm
St. Petersburg Yacht Club – 11 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg
Don’t miss out! Half the fun is attending the Annual Skippers’ Party
Food, beer, cash bar, silent auction, entertainment
YES! SIGN ME UP…
…for the Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Illuminated Boat Parade to benefit
Rotary Trust and other Rotary Charities
Boat Owner’s Name(s):____________________________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: __________________________________________________________________________
Phone: day_______________ evening ________________ email _______________________________
Boat name: _____________________________________________________________________________
Make: ______________________ Length: ________ Draft: ______________________________________
Check one: Power ________ Sail: _________
FL registration number____________________________________________________________________
Note: All boats must be equipped with Coast Guard required safety equipment, running lights and VHF radio
Number of passengers and crew expected to participate: _____________________________________
Number expected to attend Awards Party at Fish Tales ________________________________________
Up to four (4) (two (2) for non-profits) crew members per parade entry may attend the Awards Party for free.
Additional wristbands for Awards Party access may be purchased for $5 each.
Thank you for supporting the Rotary charities.
Your registration fee is a tax-deductible donation to the Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Charitable Trust and
supports the Rotary charities. Recommended minimum donation $50 per boat, and $35 for non-profits.
Check enclosed in the amount of _______________________________________________________________
Make check payable to: The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Charitable Trust
Bring checks to Skippers party or mail to:
800 2nd Ave S. #390
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Registration deadline Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Please attach a description of your vessel, its history, theme, decorations, passengers.
Text will be included in the online parade description and announced during judging at Fish Tales.
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In consideration for being permitted to participate in the Illuminated Boat Parade and being fully aware and advised of the inherent risks
associated with boating both during the day and at night, the undersigned voluntarily acknowledges and assumes any and all risks
associated with participation in the Parade. Additionally the undersigned applicant voluntarily agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the City
of St. Petersburg, The Pier, the Rotary Club of St. Petersburg, their officers, employees, and agents, any and all sponsors, any and all event
committee members and/or volunteers, in the performance of their duties, from any and all damages, losses, injuries, claims, suits, actions,
expenses, and/or liabilities incurred directly and/or indirectly as a result of participation in this Parade, including but not limited to any
incident(s), or injury(ies), or damage(s) occurring as a result of action(s) by the undersigned applicant, and/or passenger(s), crew member(s),
guest(s), or other individual(s) on board applicant’s vessel.
Signed __________________________________________________ Date ____________________________
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ It is each skipper’s responsibility to navigate the parade route safely and to
determine safe waters for their vessel using current charts and tide tables. Each boat must have a working
VHF radio, capable of operating on Channel 68, as well as sufficient safety equipment as required by the
Coast Guard for the boat and all passengers.
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