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Using the Lock

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Using the lock in the correct manner is essential to keeping everyone happy… especially those boats waiting in the queue behind you. Incorrect useage can mean a substantial delay to those waiting. Please read and comply with the instructions, especially the part regarding locking the lock after you have passed through. Failure to “lock the lock” means a 10 minute wait for those other boats while the lock re-sets… not a way to win friends! To download and print a copy of these instructions, click here.
Glenelg Yacht Club, South Australia

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Using the Lock

Using the lock in the correct manner is essential to keeping everyone happy… especially those boats waiting in the queue behind you. Incorrect useage can mean a substantial delay to those waiting. Please read and comply with the instructions, especially the part regarding locking the lock after you have passed through. Failure to “lock the lock” means a 10 minute wait for those other boats while the lock re-sets… not a way to win friends! To download and print a copy of these instructions, click here.
Using the lock at Patawalonga, Glenelg
GLENELG YACHT CLUB SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Glenelg Yacht Club - Patawalonga, Glenelg By boaties…   for boaties
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