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Moorings information


Need a permanent mooring?  Please contact the Mooring Administrator, Paul Schultz, BEFORE attaching your boat to a mooring.  You will need insurance, lease and equipment inventory forms completed prior to being assigned a mooring.


Want to catch a cool breeze while staying on your boat overnight?  Temporarily tie off to a vacant mooring in the South or North mooring field.  Use only those moorings that have a stainless steel swivel without mooring pennants on the float. 


No swivel?  Don't use it!  The mooring is unsafe!

Swivel with pennants?  Don't use it!  It's a permanent mooring for someone else!

Swivel with no pennants?  Enjoy!

MOORING LOCATIONS:  Moorings 1 through 20 are located in the South Mooring Field just to your port side as you depart the harbor.  Moorings 21 through 40 are located inside the harbor.  The North Shore Mooring Field has moorings 41 through 54. 
LOW WATER UPDATE: As of 9/3/19  the water level is still within 2 feet of full pool so Enjoy!  Mooring scope should be at full length to keep the mooring ball above water.


Mooring tenants, keep your eye on the water depth under your boat.  Include the full area that your boat swings and remember the mooring block rests about 12" above the bottom.  Shorten your mooring chain scope as the water level drops, 5' of scope is good for a harbor mooring.  10'-15' of scope is good for outside moorings near a shoreline.  If your boat is on a mooring further out, 20'-25 of scope is OK.  Don't forget to lengthen the chain as the water level comes up in the spring.  Click here here to see how to adjust chain scope.

Mooring Assignments

Mooring Tenants


Harbor Mooring Rotation List

Harbor Mooring Rotation List


Mooring Rules and Regulations

Mooring Rules and Regulations


Mooring Tackle Standards

A complete ready made pennant system is available for purchase through WCSC.


Mooring Tackle Requirements