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Marina Ettiquette

Has anyone seen/written any liveaboard-type marina etiquette rules. We wanted to post something in our marina that was humorous but made the point.
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give me some hints and I will put a top ten list together.
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Secure your *&^%$ halyards. :-)
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1 - You are not the marina DJ (keep your noise to yourself)
2 - Halyards should be tied off
3 - There are no maids, please be neat in the restrooms/showers/laundry
4 - Dogs should be leashed and trained not to bark at every little thing
5 - Run fresh water through the pump out when completed
6 - Finger piers are semi-private
7 - Think of others first...communicate with your neighbors (don''t start a sanding job when the neighbor is putting the final varnish coat on, etc.)
8 - Contain your overflow stuff

Anything else?
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yhea, dont set your boat on fire, as this may be hazardous to the boats around you.

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-- James
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