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Mirage 54 Boarding Pass

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Reservation Number: ________________________

Reservation Name: __________________________

Boat Model: _______________________________

Boat Name: ________________________________

Check In Date: _____________________________

Check In Time: _____________ (ETA:__________)

Checkout Date: _____________________________

Checkout Time: _____________________________

Guest Services Boat assigned: _____________________________

Manifest Complete: _________________________

Contract Complete: _________________________

Vehicle Passes: _____________________________

Finance Complete: __________________________

Orientation Video: __________________________

We, the captain and co-captain, have viewed and fully understand the content in the captain’s orientation video.

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Captain

Co-Captain

Dock Scheduled time of Onboard Orientation: ____________

Time of Onboard Orientation: ____________________

Reason if not at scheduled time: _______________________________________________________________________ Driven out at: ______________________________________________________________________________________

Staff Notes __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________


Mirage 54 Orientation

The Helm Introduction to captain and co-captain. Captain and co-captain are responsible for any radio communication for operational questions. Common sense rules – no drinking and driving and please be respectful of other boaters VHF Radio o Please Keep stereo down and VHF radio on channel 1 until you are through the channel and on Shuswap Lake. Missing instruction from Waterway dock could result in channel penalties. o Channel 1 – Waterway Base  General questions o Channel 1 – Waterway Dock  Docking/bridge procedures o Channel 1 – Waterway Service  After consulting captain’s manual and quick reference guide, further operational questions  Service is off the lake at approx 8pm (7:30pm in fall). o Channel 2 – Boat to Boat Switches o Bilge blower, bilge pump, anchor and navigation lights, horn Gauges o Oil, volts, temperature – all should remain in middle position. Never exceed 190 degrees, if happens or alarm sounds, safely shut down boat by throttling down and making sure you are below 900 RPMs and then notify WW service o Tachometer o Trim gauge – on some boats, do a visual check to ensure the drive is down before starting the boat, operating with the drive up could result in leg damage and a chargeable service call. o Fuel gauge Starting procedure o Bilge blower on for 3-5 mins. **Remember to turn off or the start battery will die** o Ensure drive is COMPLETELY down o Nobody is on or near aft deck o Ensure MMC switch is on at the breaker panel (if applicable) o Turn key to ‘on’ position o Ensure shifter is at centre position next to light o Press transfer button three times and ensure light is solid red (this activates the shifter) o Hold the transfer button for five seconds and, at the same time, push the shifter forward an inch. The red light should now be flashing. If the red light is not flashing, bring shifter back to previous position and repeat above instruction. Once the red light is flashing, the drive is in a neutral position, which means when you start the boat, the propeller will be disengaged (this is called Rev Neutral). o Press the throttle down three times to prime the engine for start, leaving the throttle at the ¾ position after the third pump. o With hand on shifter, turn the key to the start position to start the boat. Adjust throttle as necessary to keep RPM between 1200 and 1500. o Do not over crank starter, over starting could result in starter damage and a chargeable service call o Turn bilge blower off and warm engine until the temperature is between 120 and 150 degrees.


Shifting Procedure o If the red light on the shifter is blinking, you are in rev neutral. With the shifter in this position, you can change the RPM of the boat much like revving a car in neutral would. NEVER rev above 2800 RPM. o Bring the shifter back to the centre position, or “Shift Neutral.” The light will go solid red. Once the light is solid, you can press forward or backward and you will engage the propeller. o To increase speed in either forward or reverse at this point, you simply apply more throttle in the desired direction. Your optimal cruising speed is 2200-2500 RPM. Your max cruising speed is 2800RPM, never exceed 2800 RPM. o Shift slowly. Quick shifting may stall the engine o To get back to rev neutral, move the shifter back to the centre position. Then, while holding the black transfer button in, press the shifter forward. The red light will then begin to blink and you can rev the engine without the propeller engaged. Inverter o Ensure the inverter is on. o DC Volts – power available. When this falls to 11.5/12V, it is time to charge the battery bank. To charge, start the engine and run between 1200 and 1500RPM. Follow starting procedure to start. NOTE: If you are charging and using power, the power goes to used source first and batteries last. o DC Amps – power being drawn out of boat. Keep as low as possible to conserve power. o NOTE: remember you are on a boat, your power use priorities need to be monitored. Follow up a power draw with a recharging. Do not drain your batteries.

Please initial to indicate your understanding of the items outlined in “The Helm.” Captain: ______Co-Captain:______ Main Living Area Location of life jackets Fridge o For efficient cooling of fridge, remember:  Do not put food that is at room temperature or warmer into a fridge in its initial cooling process.  Keep food away from the rear wall of the fridge.  Limit the amount of time the fridge is opened. Make sure fridge clicks closed.  Do not over-pack the fridge; allow space between food for items to circulate. o Propane fridge (if applicable)  On button – ensure always on  Auto/gas – ensure always on gas  If ‘check’ light is lit, then fridge is not getting propane or cabin battery is extremely low. Once the issue is fixed, press on/off button to off, wait ten seconds, and then turn on again to reset fridge. Stove o Light with lighter (unless electric starter). o Check the pilot under the oven (if applicable).  The oven pilot must be lit manually. Show customer where to light pilot.  The oven does not have a thermocouple to the pilot, which means if the propane is flowing and the pilot is not lit, propane will be flowing into the cabin area. The pilot should be checked regularly. If it goes out and propane is detected: Turn off cabin propane Open doors to ventilate Wait ten minutes or until propane cannot be sensed Turn cabin propane back on Immediately light pilot and reset fridge


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Oven use on electric appliance  The clock must be set (not flashing)  Press the ‘bake’ button  Within five seconds, press the up or down buttons to set the temperature.  When the display temperature is reached, the oven will beep three times. o Water – comes from the lake and goes back into the lake, with the exception of the kitchen sink, which goes into the black water tank. Please be water wise.  Use drinking water provided when consuming water. o CO Monitors - Your boat is equipped with CO Monitors in each room and salon. If you travel with back door open you will get fumes in the vessel. The detectors are very sensitive and may continue to beep after you have aired out the boat. They can be reset – NEVER TURN OFF OR DISCONNECT THE CO MONITORS. Pay close attention to children swimming off or playing on the back deck if the generator is running or your boat is charging. It is odourless and can be deadly. Breaker Panel Hot tub – provides power to pump and heater Hot tub fill – Do not use while boat is in motion and remember to turn off as it is not automatic (except Genesis boats – fill breaker also controls heat). Water pump – Do not operate while boat is in motion STOP to use water, turn off your water switch at the breaker panel. If you use the water while in motion it may cause an airlock which may result in a chargeable service call Generator (if applicable) – ensure generator is on ship power where applicable o Show how to start o Should be turned on when high draw items are on (hot tub, microwave, oven, dishwasher, etc). o During the evenings, turn off to avoid carbon monoxide entering the cabin o Let generator warm up for at least five minutes before using high draw items. Running under load while it is warming up can cause serious damage. Washroom Human waste and the provided single-ply toilet paper down the toilet only! If a septic system needs to be serviced because of jamming or clogging with foreign materials, a minimum $250 charge will apply. Water pump must be on to use toilet. (only turn water pump on when stopped) Pedal up for water and down to flush. Ensure pedal returns to horizontal position and water stops running and that the ball is completely closed ensuring a seal. Always leave a little bit of water in the bowl to reduce possible odors. Let foot pedal snap closed to seal Deodorizer under sink. If necessary mix ½ bucket of water (white bucket on front deck) and 1/3 bottle of deodorizer and pour into toilet. First aid kit under sink. NOTE: Kitchen sinks are plumbed into the black water holding tank. Please conserve water to avoid untimely requirement of a pump out.

Please initial to indicate your understanding of the items outlined in “Main Living Area,” “Breaker Panel,” and “Washroom.” Captain: ______Co-Captain:______


The Stern Life ring – use for emergencies only and not as a float toy Engine compartment o Check bilge every morning for water around engine. If water found above board on floor, or if unsure, contact WW service on channel 1 before starting the engine and/or generator.

Prop condition: __________________________ Comments:__________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ _____________________________ Gas full: Yes / No Propane full: Yes / No Swim ladder present: Yes / No Please initial to indicate your understanding of the items outlined in “The Stern.”

Captain: ______

Co-Captain:______

Upper Deck Note: Do not jump from the top of the vessel. You could plunge through the thermal layer, which is far colder than the surface water. DO NOT RIDE OR STEP OUT ON THE TOP ROOF IN FRONT OF THE FLYING BRIDGE OR WHERE THERE IS NO RAILING. BOATS DO NOT HAVE BRAKES, FALLING OFF IN FRONT OF THE BOAT COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURIES. Explain satellite operation (if applicable). Set up procedure is also in the quick reference guide. Explain slide function Hot tub o Show how to fill o Show how to change temperature o Show how to turn on jets o Show how to resolve a possible air lock o Show where chlorine tablets are located. Bimini top o Take bimini down if a storm is expected, otherwise leave in place. Driving from top deck o To transfer, make sure bottom station is in shift neutral – go to top deck, press button until red light is on shifter. You now have power up top. o Do not beach, dock, or go through the bridge from top deck. Please initial to indicate your understanding of the items outlined in “Upper Deck.” Captain: ______Co-Captain:______


Beaching and Storm Rules Ensure that you check the map for appropriate places to beach. Failure to comply with the no beaching areas may result in costly repairs/towing, which will not be covered by insurance. Point to ropes at back of boat – lines stretch onto beach at a 45 degree angle Drive boat toward beach at low speed. Keep boat approximately a boat length and a half from the next boat. Do not ram onto beach. Once pontoons touch Bow beach, take revs up to 2500-2800 RPM to set your boat onto the beach. Bring boat to idle and have a crew member stay at the helm to keep the boat straight and RPM at 1500. Crew members should tie down windward side first. Driver then turns the wheel to tighten the rope and the other crew members secure the other rope. Do not tie to rocks or logs. However do try to peg your ropes behind a rock if possible. To get off the beach, rotate steering wheel from left 45 degrees to right in forward and move everyone to the back of the boat. Once the front is free, rotate steering wheel from left to right in reverse. Rule of thumb – for storm safety – From the back of your boat, you should look across the lake, NOT down the lake. During a storm - If on beach, stay on beach. If on the water, stay on the water and drive into the waves. Look Stern for a calm bay or break in the storm to beach. If ropes start to loosen in a storm, start your boat and idle into the windward side. Beaching rope at a 45˚ angle from stern Please initial to indicate your understanding of the items outlined in “Beaching and Storm Rules” Captain: ______Co-Captain:______

Front of boat Check ropes. Port: _________________ Starboard: ____________________ Check gang plank. Present: Yes / No o Slide into boat in event of a storm or at night. This will avoid losing the plank and a costly replacement charge.

We, the captain and co-captain, have received, and fully understand the orientation outlined above. _______________________ Captain (Signed)

________________________ Co-Captain (Signed)

_______________________ Captain (Printed)

________________________ Co-Captain (Printed)

________________________ Dock Staff


PLEASE HAVE STEREO TURNED DOWN AND VHF RADIO ON CHANNEL #1 FOR INSTRUCTION INTO CHANNEL ***If there is anything you do not understand, please ask for clarification. Do not sign this document if you do not understand any of the items within it.

Navigating the Sicamous Channel On the Shuswap side of the bridge, hold a position at the outermost green and white marker (seen in the photo to the left) and radio into Waterway Dock for permission to pass through the bridge to Mara Lake. Do Not Pass Without Permission Moose Mulligan’s Pub

No Stopping in Channel – Strong Current Three Buoys Marina

White Pines Cabins

------------------------ Do Not Pass without Permission PERMISSION On the Mara Lake side of the channel (leaving Waterway to go to Shuswap), hold a position 200ft from the mouth of the channel, marked by a white “no wake” marker (seen in the picture to the right) and radio Waterway dock for permission to enter the channel. Please stay on the west/mountainside of the lake to avoid the current into the channel.

We, the captain and co-captain, are aware of the location of the mouth of the channel on the Shuswap Lake and Mara Lake sides of the channel. We are aware that there is a $500 penalty for passing either of these points without direct permission from Waterway dock. Captain_________________ Co-Captain____________________


Rental Boat Safety Checklist

***Waterway Copy*** Individuals renting a pleasure craft fitted with a motor are required to complete a Rental Boat Safety Checklist unless: They have a Pleasure Craft Operator Card _____________________________________________________ They have written proof of completing a boating safety course prior to April 1st, 1991 They have written proof of nautical certification In the case of non-residents, written proof of competency in their own country Those required to complete a rental boat safety checklist must carry on board the co-signed section of the Rental Boat Safety Checklist as proof of competency for the duration of the rental. Please initial next to each statement on the form as the subject is covered by the rental operator/outfitter.

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Boating Safety Rules I, the pleasure craft operator, confirm that there are the appropriate number and sizes of approved personal flotation devices or life jackets in the boat for the number of people on board. They must fit and should be worn. I am aware that persons operating a pleasure craft without the appropriate number and sizes of approved personal flotation devices or life jackets may be subject to ticketing and a fine. I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware that it is illegal to operate a pleasure craft, or to permit another to do so, when under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, or barbiturates. I, the pleasure craft operator, will only allow people who have completed and signed a Rental Boat Safety Checklist, valid for the duration of this rental or have other proof of competency, to operate this pleasure craft. I am aware that persons operating a pleasure craft without proof of competency/age may be subject to ticketing and a fine. I, the pleasure craft operator, have been shown how to use, and know the location of safety equipment required under the Small Vessel Regulations. I am aware that persons operating a pleasure craft without the required safety equipment may be subject to ticketing and a fine. I, the pleasure craft operator, understand that pleasure crafts fitted with a motor must keep clear of nonpowered pleasure crafts. I also understand that I am responsible for my own wake and wash and the effects that it can have on other pleasure craft, property, wildlife, and the environment. Operation of the Boat I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of how to responsibly operate a pleasure craft and to share waterways in a courteous and respectful manner with others involved in all water-related activities. I, the pleasure craft operator, confirm that the maximum load capacity and number of persons in the pleasure craft will not exceed the amount stated on the capacity place. If a capacity plate is not fitted, the load capacity and number of persons in the pleasure craft shall not exceed the manufacturer’s recommendation. I am aware of the proper way to distribute weight in the pleasure craft for a safe and comfortable ride and I will keep my passengers in the safest positions at all times. I, the pleasure craft operator, have been shown the proper procedure for starting and shutting off the engine and will make sure no person is in the water within the vicinity of the pleasure craft before starting and running the motor. I, the pleasure craft operator, have been shown and understand the operation of the throttle and gear-shift lever. I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of how to depart and approach the dock in a safe and proper manner. I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of how to respond to grounding, capsizing, and re-boarding.


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Local Hazards and Conditions I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of the local navigational aids and their meaning, as well as local hazards and local regulations. I, the pleasure craft operator, shall maintain a proper lookout at all times for other boats, navigational hazards, and other changes in weather conditions – changes in weather can occur quickly, creating conditions dangerous to recreational boats.

Boat Type: Houseboat Motor Type: 3L Boat Name: ____________________________________________________________________________ Maximum Number of Persons/Weight Permitted in Boat: 14 persons Date of Rental: ____________________________________

Duration of Rental: _____ days

Customer Signature: ________________________________

Date: _____________________________

Rental Representative’s Signature: _____________________

Date: _____________________________


Rental Boat Safety Checklist

***Customer Copy*** Individuals renting a pleasure craft fitted with a motor are required to complete a Rental Boat Safety Checklist unless: They have a Pleasure Craft Operator Card _____________________________________________________ They have written proof of completing a boating safety course prior to April 1st, 1991 They have written proof of nautical certification In the case of non-residents, written proof of competency in their own country Those required to complete a rental boat safety checklist must carry on board the co-signed section of the Rental Boat Safety Checklist as proof of competency for the duration of the rental. Please initial next to each statement on the form as the subject is covered by the rental operator/outfitter.

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Boating Safety Rules I, the pleasure craft operator, confirm that there are the appropriate number and sizes of approved personal flotation devices or life jackets in the boat for the number of people on board. They must fit and should be worn. I am aware that persons operating a pleasure craft without the appropriate number and sizes of approved personal flotation devices or life jackets may be subject to ticketing and a fine. I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware that it is illegal to operate a pleasure craft, or to permit another to do so, when under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, or barbiturates. I, the pleasure craft operator, will only allow people who have completed and signed a Rental Boat Safety Checklist, valid for the duration of this rental or have other proof of competency, to operate this pleasure craft. I am aware that persons operating a pleasure craft without proof of competency/age may be subject to ticketing and a fine. I, the pleasure craft operator, have been shown how to use, and know the location of safety equipment required under the Small Vessel Regulations. I am aware that persons operating a pleasure craft without the required safety equipment may be subject to ticketing and a fine. I, the pleasure craft operator, understand that pleasure crafts fitted with a motor must keep clear of nonpowered pleasure crafts. I also understand that I am responsible for my own wake and wash and the effects that it can have on other pleasure craft, property, wildlife, and the environment. Operation of the Boat I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of how to responsibly operate a pleasure craft and to share waterways in a courteous and respectful manner with others involved in all water-related activities. I, the pleasure craft operator, confirm that the maximum load capacity and number of persons in the pleasure craft will not exceed the amount stated on the capacity place. If a capacity plate is not fitted, the load capacity and number of persons in the pleasure craft shall not exceed the manufacturer’s recommendation. I am aware of the proper way to distribute weight in the pleasure craft for a safe and comfortable ride and I will keep my passengers in the safest positions at all times. I, the pleasure craft operator, have been shown the proper procedure for starting and shutting off the engine and will make sure no person is in the water within the vicinity of the pleasure craft before starting and running the motor. I, the pleasure craft operator, have been shown and understand the operation of the throttle and gear-shift lever. I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of how to depart and approach the dock in a safe and proper manner. I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of how to respond to grounding, capsizing, and re-boarding.


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Local Hazards and Conditions I, the pleasure craft operator, am aware of the local navigational aids and their meaning, as well as local hazards and local regulations. I, the pleasure craft operator, shall maintain a proper lookout at all times for other boats, navigational hazards, and other changes in weather conditions – changes in weather can occur quickly, creating conditions dangerous to recreational boats.

Boat Type: Houseboat Motor Type: 3L Boat Name: ____________________________________________________________________________ Maximum Number of Persons/Weight Permitted in Boat: 14 persons Date of Rental: ____________________________________

Duration of Rental: _____ days

Customer Signature: ________________________________

Date: _____________________________

Rental Representative’s Signature: _____________________

Date: _____________________________


Mirage 54 Inventory List

Front Deck 2 Stakes/ 1 Sledge Hammer 1 Barbecue w/wire brush 1 Mop & Pail 1 Garbage Can 1 Recycling Bin 1 Fire Extinguisher

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Capatin’s Helm 1 VHF Radio 1 Fish Sonar 1 Captain’s Chair

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Living Room 1 Door Mat 1 Coffee Table 14 Adult Life Vests 1 Cooler 1 TV/DVD w/remote 1 Dustpan & Broom 3 18.9L Bottled Water 1 Water Spout and Cradle 1 Captain’s Manual 1 Satellite Radio 1 AM/FM/CD Player 1 Kitchen Table 6 Chairs

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Kitchen 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 14 14 14 14 14 14 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Fire Extinguisher Tea Towel Pack Microwave w/Plate Glass Cutting Board Coffee Maker Ashtrays Ice Cube Trays Teaspoons Tablespoons Dinner Forks Salad Forks Knives Steak Knives BBQ Ignitor Can Opener Vegetable Peeler Carving Knife Paring Knife Serving Spoon

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 14 14 14 14 1 1 14 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

Pancake Flipper Potato Masher Corkscrew Cheese Grater Measuring Cup Juice Pitcher Teapot Mugs Dinner Plates Side Plates Soup/Cereal Bowls 3-PC Serving Bowl Set Colander Glasses Wine Glasses Tea Kettle Small Garbage Container Dish Rack Roaster Toaster Set of 4 Pots Cast Iron Frying Pans Broiler Pan

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Bathroom 1 Small Garbage Containers 1 First Aid Kit 1 Plunger 1 Toilet Brush w/Holder

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Back Deck 1 Fire Extinguisher 1 Life Ring w/Rope

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Upper Deck 1 Hot Tub Floater and Cover 1 Fire Extinguisher 1 Bimini Top

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_______________________ Customer (Signed)

_______________________ Customer (Printed)


Mirage 54 Interior Damage Check

Please walk through your rental houseboat prior to leaving and mark and damages on the images below. The boat will be compared to this upon checking out. Please note: -

Lights and Switches Upholstery Windows/Screens/Blinds Tables/Chairs/Stools Electronics Cupboards and Drawers Appliances Countertops Walls, Ceilings, Floors, Decks

Comments ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________

The above is the condition the boat was rented. A blank drawing will be taken to indicate no damages.

____________________ ____________________ Captain Co-Captain


Mirage 54 Exterior Damage Check

Please check for any damages and note on drawings below. To help prevent exterior damage, boats must be parked on the beach one boat length apart from the next boat and mooring lines secured to stakes on beach at 45 degrees from the cleats at the back of the boat. Boats not parked one boat length apart will be subject to negligence if damage is caused to houseboat, not insurance deductible. Please note: -

Bumper Boards Mooring Lines Railings Gates Cleats

The above is the condition the boat was rented. A blank drawing will be taken to indicate no damages.

_______________________ Captain

_______________________ Co-Captain


Mirage 54 Checkout Form

Optional Rental Inventory Out

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Deck Table Deck Chairs Bedding Packages Towel Packages Firewood Safety Turtle Fish Finder

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The above optional rental inventory has been provided with this houseboat rental.

_______________________ Captain (Signed)

_______________________ Co- Captain (Signed)

_______________________ Captain (Printed)

_______________________ Co-Captain (Printed)

_______________________ Dock Staff

Service Dock Records Gas: _________L Propane: _________L Ropes (STBD): _________ Ropes (PORT): _________ Prop Condition: _________ Water Used: _________

Checkout Damages ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________

____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Checkout Staff: ___________________

Please return this form to the Checkout Office upon completion of the walk through.


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