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Vamizi Island  Use  Rules Acknowledgement  by  Purchaser The  Purchaser   hereby   acknowledges  and  agrees  that   he   has  read  the  content   contained   herein,  and  agrees  to  abide  with  the  content  thereof Dated_______________________ Purchaser____________________ Plot  Number__________________ As  Witness__________________

Introduction and  powers  of  amendment These   Island  Use   Rules  exist   to  protect   Vamizi  Island's  natural  beauty   and  to  protect   the   common  interests  of  all  Villa  Owners.      They  should  be  read  in  conjuncIon   with,  and  form   part   of,  the  VHOA   ConsItuIon.    It  should  also  be  read  in  conjuncIon  with  the  Vamizi  Design   Manual.     All  Villa  Owners,   by   virtue  of   their   ownership   of   a   Private   Villa,   are   obliged  to   observe   and   comply   with   the   provisions   of   these   rules   and   regulaIons   and   remain   responsible  for  the  liabiliIes  imposed.     These  rules  and  regulaIons  may   be  amended  and  updated  at  any  stage  in  such  manner  as   CDBT,   with   the  approval   of   not   less  than  two   thirds  of   those  present   and  voIng   at   the   relevant  GMVO,  may  determine.   Breach  of  these  Island  Use  Rules  is  dealt   with  in   the  manner  as  set   out  in  Clause  12   of  the   VHOA  ConsItuIon.

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1.

De=initions

Common Area(s)  -­‐  the  area(s)  within  the  Estate  Area,   inclusive   of   the   airstrip,  buildings  at   the  airstrip  and  access  routes  to  and  from  the  airstrip,  held  on  the  Island  outside  the  Estate   Area,  but  excluding  the  Villa  Plots   Common  Retreats  -­‐  the  beach  clubs,  restaurants  and  ameniIes  in  specified  locaIons  across   the  Island,   as  idenIfied  on  the  Master  Plan  and  established  for   the  exclusive  enjoyment   of   Villa  Owners Conserva0on  Team  -­‐  CDBT  appointed  conservaIon  professionals,  tasked  with  implemenIng   measures  and  management  plans  to  protect  the  Island's  inland  and  marine  biodiversity   CDBT  -­‐  Cabo  Delgado  Biodiversity  and  Tourism,  Limitada Design   Code  -­‐    has  the  meaning  given  to  it   in  the  Services  and  Maintenance  Agreement  to   be  entered  into  between  each  Villa  Owner  and  CDBT   Design  Manual  -­‐  has  the  meaning  given  to  it  in  the  Services  and  Maintenance  Agreement  to   be  entered  into  between  each  Villa  Owner  and  CDBT Design  Review  Commi;ee  -­‐  has  the  meaning  given  to  it  in  the  Promissory  Sale  and  Purchase   Agreement  to  be  entered  into  between  the  Purchaser  and  CDBT Dive  Centre  -­‐  the  dive  centre  at  the  Marina,  or  pending  the  construcIon  of  the  Marina,  the  Lodge Estate  Area  -­‐  the  area  held  by  CDBT  under  the  DUAT   Exclusive   Build   Area  -­‐  the  area  within  which  buildings  must  be  constructed  on  a  Villa  Plot   subject  to  the  provisions  of  the  Design  Code Page  |  2  


Fishing Centre  -­‐   the  fishing   centre  at   the  Marina,  or  pending  the   construcIon  of   the  Marina,  the   Lodge

GMVO -­‐  a  General  MeeIng  of  Villa  Owners,  held  in  accordance  with  the  VHOA  ConsItuIon High  Water  Mark  (HWM)  -­‐  the  line  defined  by  the  high  Ide  of  the  ocean  at  spring  high  Ide   Island  -­‐  Vamizi  Island,  Quirimbas  Archipelago,  Mozambique Island   Manager  -­‐  an  individual  appointed  by  CDBT  to  manage  the  affairs  of  the  Island.     The Island manager will head up a senior management team.

Marina -­‐   the   locaIon   where   all  motorized   cra]   must   be   stored   and   launched   from   as   idenIfied   on  the  Master  Plan.   Rules  of  the  waterways  and  marina  will  be  on  display   at  the   Marina   Master   Plan   -­‐   the   Vamizi   Island  Master   Plan   as  prepared  by   CDBT   and   approved   by   the   Mozambican  authoriIes Ops  hub  -­‐  the  operaIons  centre  as  idenIfied  on  the  Master  Plan Private  Villa  -­‐  the  buildings/improvements  made  within  the  Exclusive  Build  Area  of  the  Villa   Plot Villa  Owner  -­‐  the  registered  Itle  holder  to  a  Private  Villa   Villa  Plot   -­‐  the  private  area  including  and  surrounding  the  Exclusive  Build  Area  to  which  the   Villa  Owner  has  an  exclusive  right  of  use VHOA  -­‐  the  Vamizi  Home  Owners'  AssociaIon   VHOA   Board   -­‐   the   board   of   directors   of   the  VHOA,   as  appointed   from   Ime   to   Ime   in   accordance  with  the  VHOA  ConsItuIon VHOA  Cons0tu0on  -­‐  the  consItuIon  of  the  VHOA,  as  in  force  from  Ime  to  Ime Waterways  -­‐  the  reef  protecIon  areas  around  the  Island  to  which  these  rules  apply

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1.

Moving around  on  the  Island

1.1

In order   to  preserve  vegetaIon  and  prevent   erosion,  movement  around  the   Island   inland  of  the  high  water   mark,  must  at  all  Imes  be  restricted  to  marked   tracks  (e.g.   golf  cart  tracks,  mountain  bike  trails  &  walking  paths),  as  defined  on  the  Master  Plan.

1.2

Driving of  golf  carts  on  any  beaches  is  expressly  forbidden.

1.3

No vehicles   other   than   golf   carts,   which   have   been   authorised   by   the   GMHO   Commiaee,   are   permiaed   on   the   Island   –   save   for   the   exisIng   vehicles   used   exclusively  by  the  Vamizi  Island  Lodge  or  by  construcIon  staff.

1.4

No scooters   or   motorbikes   are   permiaed   on   the   Island   except   those   used   by   construcIon  staff.

1.5

Villa Owners  and   their  guests  shall  have  a  right  to  access  and   traverse  the  Common   Areas  on  the  Island,   save  for  the  private  demarcated   Villa   Plots  and  restricted  areas   for   wildlife  protecIon  as  designated  by   the   Island  Manager  in  accordance   with  the   Master  Plan  and  with  advice  from  the  ConservaIon  Team  from  Ime  to  Ime.

1.6

No Villa  Owner   shall  cause   or   allow  an  obstrucIon   to  be  created   in  the  Common   Areas.

1.7

No parking  space  in  the  Common   Area  shall  be  used  for   any   purpose  other  than  to   park  golf  carts,  except  as  permiaed  by  the  GMHO  Commiaee.

1.8

Pedestrian access  to  the  beach  from  a  Villa  Plot  is  restricted  to  a  maximum  number   of  paths  as  set   out  by  the  development  team  during  construcIon  with  advice  from   the  ConservaIon  Team  to  ensure  protecIon  of  the  sensiIve  coastal  zone.  

2.

Conservation

2.1

No Villa  Owner   shall  cut,   injure   or   otherwise  damage   any   tree,   or   any   vegetaIon   whatsoever,  on  the  Villa  Plot  as  well  as  the  Common  Area.

2.2

HunIng and  snaring  are  not  permiaed  on  the  Island.

2.3

Disturbance of  any  animal  or  bird  is  strictly  forbidden.

2.4

Feeding of  samango  monkeys  is  strictly  forbidden.

2.5

All rubbish  bins  must  be  enclosed,  and  no  food  le]   accessible  to  monkeys  and  other   animals.

2.6

No shells  (alive  or  dead)  may  be  removed  from  the  ocean  or  the  beach.

2.7

Villa Owners  and   their   guests   may   not   remove  any   flora   and/or   fauna  from   the   Island.

2.8

No non-­‐indigenous  animals  or  plants  shall  be  introduced  to  the  Island.

2.9

Mozambican law  prohibits  the  collecIon  of  dead  or   living  coral,  both  of  which  play  a   pivotal  role  in  the  ecosystem.

2.10

Mozambican law   specifically   prohibits   hunIng   marine   turtles   and   removing   or   destroying   their   eggs.   Furthermore,   any   acIvity   that   may   disturb   marine   turtles'   ecosystems  and  habitat,   and  in   general  their  normal  development,   is  prohibited  by   law  –   in   parIcular,   external   lighIng   from   the  Private  Villa   that   impacts  upon  the   coastal  zone  is  to  be  strictly  controlled.

2.11

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2.12

Villa Owners   are   obliged   to   adhere   to   noIces   issued   from   Ime   to   Ime   by   the   ConservaIon  Team  or  the  Island  Manager.

3.

Private Villa  use

3.1

No Private  Villa  shall  be  used  or  occupied  or  permiaed  to  be  used  or  occupied  except   as  a  private  dwelling  by   the  Villa  Plot  owner,  his  family,  guests  or   by  tenants  through   the  rental  pool  system.

3.2

Villa Owners  shall  not  adverIse  Villa  Plots  or   buildings  thereon  for   rent.  An  opIonal   rental  pool  scheme  will  be  established  by  CDBT,  which  will  have  the  exclusive  right  to   rent  Private  Villas  on  the  Island.

3.3

No trade  or   business  of  any  kind  may  be  carried  in  or  on  any  Villa  Plot  or  any  building   thereon.

3.4

The Island  Manager   shall   cerIfy   the  number   of  beds  within  each  Private  Villa,  and   this  number  should  not  be  exceeded  at  any  one  Ime.

4.

Landscaping and  gardening  

4.1

Gardening or   indigenous  landscaping   is  only   permiaed   within   the   Exclusive   Build   Area.

4.2

Any removal  of  trimming  or  vegetaIon  requires  the  express  approval  of   the   Island   Manager.

4.3

Large garden  refuse,   such  as  branches  and  large  shrubs,  must  be  disposed  of  at  the   Ops  hub.

4.4

No 'gardening'  or  any   intervenIon  whatsoever  is  permiaed  outside  of   the  Exclusive   Build  Area.

4.5

Only pesIcides,   ferIlisers   and   other   garden  chemicals  purchased   from   the   Island   nursery  may  be  used.

4.6

The Island  Manager   has   the   right   at   any   Ime   to   restrict   the   creaIon   of   gardens   within  the  exclusive  building   area  should   he  be  of  the  opinion  that  they   are  not   in   keeping  with  the  flora  of  the  Island.

4.7

Permiaed plant  species  will  be  available  for  purchase  from  the  Island  Nursery.

5.

Barbecues and  =ires

5.1

Barbecue acIviIes  may   only   be  conducted  with   fixed  or   movable  barbecue  sets  on   the  Exclusive  Build  Area  and  always  with  the  appropriate  care  to  avoid  fires.  

5.2

Outside fires  are  only  permiaed  at  designated  fire  places  made  of  fire  resistant  brick.

5.3

Fires on  the  beaches  are  expressly  forbidden.

5.4

No firewood   may   be   collected   on   the   Island.     Fire   wood   and   charcoal   may   be   purchased  from  the  supermarket.

5.5

No owner   of  any  Villa  Plot  shall  do  anything  or  permit  anything  to  be  done  that   will   further  increase  the  risk  of  fire  on  their  Villa  Plot  or  any  buildings  thereon.

6.

Refuse

6.1

A Villa  Owner  shall  at  all  Imes  comply   with  the  direcIons  of   the  Island  Manager   in   relaIon  to  the  disposal  of  garbage  and  the  control  or  exterminaIon  of  vermin,   insect   Page  |  5  


and other   pests.    Compliance  with  the  Design   Manual  in   relaIon  to  the  storage  of   refuse  will  be  strictly  enforced. 6.2  

No owner,  family  member,   guest  or  tenant  of  any  Villa  Plot  shall  throw  refuse  out  of   the  window  of  a  building,   or  from  a  vehicle  in  the  Common  Area,  or  from  any  terrace   or  balcony  on  his  Villa  Plot.

6.3

Villa Owners  are  encouraged  to  collect   and  dispose  of  'flotsam'  from  the  beach  zone   in  front  of  their  Villa  Plot.

7.

Good neighbourliness

7.1

No instrument  or   other  device  shall  be  used  on  a  Villa  Plot  which  in   the   opinion  of   the  Island  Manager   causes  a  disturbance  or  interference  with  the  comfort  of   other   Villa  Owners  and/or  tenants.

7.2

No Member  shall  cause  any   noise  to  be  made  or  any  acIvity   to   be  undertaken  that   will  interfere  unreasonably  with  any   other  Villa  Plot   owner  or   tenant,  or  guest  of  the   Lodge.  

7.3

The volume  of  music,   musical  instruments,   entertainment   or   acIviIes  of  domesIc   employees  emanaIng  from  a  Private  Villa  or  its  surroundings  should  be  at  such  level   as  not  to  cause  nuisance  to  any   other  Villa  Owners,  their   guests,  tenants,   guests  of   the  lodge  or  to  wildlife  on  the  Island.

7.4

No television  antenna,   tower   or   similar   structure   shall  be  erected  on   a   Villa  Plot   except  as  approved  by  the  Design  Review  Commiaee.

7.5

No signs,  billboards,  noIces  or  other   adverIsing  maaer   of   any   kind  shall  be  placed   on  any  area  of  any  Villa  Plot   without  the  wriaen  consent  of  the  Island  Manager  first   being  obtained.

7.6

When using  the  faciliIes  of  the  Common  Retreats   the  Villa   Owner   and  his  guests   must  ensure  that   they   are   aware  of   and  comply   with  the  rules  and  regulaIons  as   adverIsed  on  the  premises  from  Ime  to  Ime  i.e.   the  rules  contained  herein  are  not   exhausIve.

7.7

Villa Owners   shall   not   be  enItled   to  use  the  Lodge  faciliIes  without   the   express   permission  of  the  Lodge  Manager  in  advance  and  subject  to  availability.  

8.

Private Villa  construction/alterations

8.1

No Villa  Plot  shall  be  further  sub-­‐divided.

8.2

Only ONE  Private  Villa,   subject  to  the  restricIons  on  maximum  size  as  contained  in   the  Design  Manual,  may  be  erected  on  the  Exclusive  Build  Area  of  any  Villa  Plot.

8.3

No building  other   than  a  building  permiaed  by  the  Vamizi  Design  Review  Commiaee   shall  be  built  or  erected  on  any  Exclusive  Build  Area.

8.4

No building   shall  be  constructed   on   any   Exclusive  Build  Area  by   any   person   other   than  a  company  designated  by  CDBT.

8.5

A Villa   Owner   desiring   to   erect   any   buildings   and/or   structures   of   any   nature   whatsoever,  or  to  make  any   alteraIons,   modificaIons  or  renovaIons  to  the  exterior   of  such  buildings  and/or   structures  ("the  proposed  work")  on  the  Exclusive  Build  Area   of  his  Villa  Plot  shall  first  submit  sketch  plans  to  the  Design  Review  Commiaee  and,   once  those   are   provisionally   approved  by   the  Design  Review  Commiaee,   shall  then   Page  |  6  


submit a   full   detailed   set   of   proposed   building   plans   and   specificaIons,   which   indicate  both  construcIon  and  design  details,   to  the  Design  Review  Commiaee,  for   its  final  wriaen  approval,  prior  to  the  transfer  of  such  plans  to  CDBT  for  submission  to   the  relevant  authoriIes  for  approval  in  accordance  with  clause  8.7. 8.6  

The Design   Review   Commiaee   shall  only   give   wriaen   approval   for   the   proposed   work:   (a)  

if the  proposed  work  complies  with  the  Design  Code;  and

(b)

the Villa   Owner   has   made   payment   to   CDBT   of   any   costs   which   may   be   incurred   in   obtaining   such   approval,   including   a  10%   management   fee   to   include  the  costs  incurred  by  the  Design  Review  Commiaee

8.7

Any applicaIon  to  any  governmental  authority   for  permission  to  make  any  addiIon,   alteraIon  or  improvement  on  any  Villa  Plot   in  accordance  with  this  clause  8  shall  be   executed   by   CDBT   on   behalf   of   the   owner   of   the   Villa   Plot   at   cost   plus   [10%]   professional  and  management  fee.  The  applicaIon  may  only  be  made  once  approval   has  been   granted   by   the  Design   Review   Commiaee,   subject   to   any   scruIny   fees   applicable  and  payable  by  the  Villa  Owner.

8.8

The Iming   of   alteraIon   works   must   be   carefully   coordinated   with   the   Island   Manager   to  minimise  disturbance   to   the   owners,   guests  or   tenants  of   other   Villa   Plots  and  to  Lodge  guests.

8.9

Any modificaIons  or  alteraIons  must   be  made  WITHIN  the  Exclusive  Build  Area  on   the  Villa  Plot.

8.10

Each owner   of   a  Villa  Plot   shall  promptly   perform  repair   work  on  any   building   or   construcIon   within   his   own   Exclusive   Build   Area   which   if   omiaed   would   in   the   opinion  of  the  VHOA  Board  adversely  affect  the  common  good  of  all  Villa  Owners.

8.11

CDBT may  undertake  to  make  emergency  repairs  on  a  Villa  Plot  which  consItute  an   immediate  health  hazard  without  the  prior   authorisaIon  of  the  plot  owner,  the  cost   of  which  will  then  be  expenses  to  the  Villa  Owner  (e.g.  a  leaking  sepIc  tank).

8.12

The Villa   Owners   are   not   permiaed   to   install   extra   diesel   or   petrol   powered   generators.  Electricity   must  be  obtained  from  the  service  hubs  or  from  solar   panels   or  other  renewable  energy  sources  installed  by  the  Villa  Owner   within  the  Villa  Plot,   provided  always  that  the  laaer   shall  not   disturb  or   inconvenience  other  Villa  Owners   and   guests,   tenants  or   Lodge  Guests  and  will  be  designed,   supplied  and   fiaed   by   CDBT   at  cost  plus  10%   (to  include   the  fees  of   the  Design   Review   Commiaee),  approved   by   the  Design  Review  Commiaee,  and  which  will  integrate  with   the  energy   grid  on   the  Island.  

9.

Safety and  security

9.1

CDBT will  not  be  responsible  for   the  safety  of  possessions  stored   in  Private  Villas  or   on  whether  relaIng  to  the  owners,  occupants  or  tenants.    It  will  be  the  responsibility   of  the  Villa  Owner  to  insure  his  contents  against  fire  and  the].

9.2

CDBT shall  not   be   responsible   for   any   loss,   injury   or   damage  caused   to   the   Villa   Owners  and/or  their  guests  of  any  nature.

9.3

Children under   the  age  of  12,   must  be  supervised   at   all  Imes  when   at   the  beach,   swimming  or  partaking  in  water  sports. Page  |  7  


9.4

All electrical   appliances   or   equipment   used   on   any   Villa   Plot   shall   comply   with   normal  standards  and  the  applicable  regulaIons  made  by   the  VHOA  Board  and  from   Ime  to  Ime  in  force.

9.5

The fire-­‐fighIng   equipment   located  on   any   Villa  Plot   must   be  maintained  in  good   working  condiIon

10. Private  planes  and  helicopters 10.1     Villa   Owners   that   wish   to   land   and   store   their   own   aircra]   on   Vamizi   whilst   in   residence  must  sign  an  aviaIon  indemnity  agreement  in  the  form  provided  by  CDBT. 10.2  

A private  plane  may   be  parked  on  the  Island  whilst  the  owner   is  in   residence.    It  is   parked  at  the  owner's  risk.    A  landing  fee  and  daily  parking  fee  shall  apply.

10.3

Helicopters are   permiaed   to   land   on   the   helipad   at   the   airstrip   subject   to   the   Island   Manager's  prior  permission   and  provided  that  there  is  minimal  disturbance  to  Villa  Owners,   guests,  tenants  and  Lodge  guests.  

11. Marina  and  waterway  use 11.1  

These rules  shall  be  governed  by  and  construed  and   interpreted  in   accordance  with   the  laws  of  the  Republic   of  Mozambique  and  all  users  of  the  Marina  and  Waterways   consent  to  the  jurisdicIon  of  the  Courts  of  Mozambique.

11.2

CDBT may  purchase  a  small  pool  of  motor   boats  (for  fishing/diving)  and  rent  them  to   other   Villa   Owners   or   guests   of   the   Lodge.     Villa   owners   (either   individually   or   collecIvely)  may  also  purchase  motor  boats  for  the  same  purposes  and  may   arrange   for  their   hire  through   CDBT  by  other  villa  Owners/Lodge  guests.  Each  boat  will  have   a   dedicated   skipper   to   navigate   the   waters,   find   the   dive   and   fishing   spots  and   maintain  the  cra].

11.3

Small non-­‐motorised  cra]  (such  as  canoes,  windsurfers,  kayaks  etc)  that  have  an  18]   or   smaller   hull  and   may   be  li]ed   by   owners  or   staff   must   be   stored   in   garages/ storerooms/boat-­‐racks  or   covered  trailers  on   the   Exclusive  Build   Area  of   the   Villa   Plot.     During  occupaIon  of  a  Private  Villa  the  non-­‐motorised  cra]   may   be  stored   overnight  within  the  tree  line  above  the  High  Water  Mark.

11.4

Larger non-­‐motorised   and  all   motorised  cra]   (such  as   sailing   yachts  and  all  motor   boats)  must   either   be  stored  at  the  Ops  Hub  or  the  Marina  at  all  Imes.     This  includes   any   temporary  marina  or  moorings  on  the  South  side  of  the  island  during  the  months   of  December,  January  and  February.

11.5

Motorised cra]  and  all  other  marine  cra]  owners  must: (a)  

ensure that   their   cra]   is   at   all   Imes   seaworthy   and   in   a  fit   and   proper   condiIon;

(b)

ensure that  they   take  reasonable  precauIons  against  the  outbreak   of  fire  in   or  upon  their   cra],  and  ensure  that  there  is  at   least  one  suitable,  operaIonal   fire  exInguisher  for  every  5  metres  of  motorised  cra]  at  all  Imes;

(c)

noIfy the  Marina  Manager  of  their  intenIon  to  use  any   motorised  cra]  and   the  approximate  departure  and  return  Imings;

(d)

report any  incident  or  accident  occurring  aboard  any  cra]  of  a  serious  nature   to  the  Marina  Manager; Page  |  8  


(e)

always proceed  at  a  safe  speed  in  relaIon  to  the  prevailing  weather  and  sea   condiIons;

(f)

refrain from   crossing   over   coral  or   coral  reefs   at   a   depth  of   less  than  2.5   meters  with  boats  with  or  without  motor;

(g)

always comply   with   the   designated   routes   in   and   out   of   the   Marina  and   within  the  Waterways  as  adverIsed  at  the  Marina;

(h)

either use  the  services  of  a  dedicated  skipper,   or  hold  a  valid  skipper's  license   for  Mozambique  as  well  as  the  relevant  1st  aid  and  Radio  qualificaIons;

(i)

noIfy the  Marina  Manager  of  any  complaint  in  regard  to  the  skipper;

(j)

ensure that  children  and  non-­‐swimmers  wear   personal  flotaIon  devices  at  all   Imes;

(k)

acknowledge that   the  InternaIonal  Rules  for   the  PrevenIon  of  Collisions  at   Sea  shall  apply  to  the  Marina  and  Waterways;

(l)

ensure that   a  working  VHF  radio   and/or   satellite  telephone  are  aboard  the   motorised  cra]  at  all  Imes;

(m)

ensure that   details  of  the  cra]  are  provided  to  the  Marina  Manager   as  may   be  required  from   Ime  to  Ime,   as  well  as  any   changes  to   the  ownership  of   the  cra];

(n)

not store   on   the   cra]   any   dangerous,   inflammable,   poisonous  or   noxious   substances  other  than  in  properly  secured  containers  specifically  designed  to   contain  such  substances  against  leakage;

(o)

not discard  or  discharge  any  refuse  or  waste  materials  such  as  oil,  petrol,  tar,   paint,   detergent,   sewerage,   or   other   debris   into   the   Marina   area   of   elsewhere  in  the  Waterways;  

(p)

only refuel  within  the  Marina;

(q)

not operate,   or   permit   to   be   operated,   in   or   around   the   marina   or   in   proximity   to   any   Private   Villas   or   the   Lodge,   any   engine   generator,   other   machinery,  radio,  CD  player  or  any  other  apparatus,  so  as  to  cause  nuisance,   annoyance  or  inconvenience  to  any  person;

(r)

not use  the  cra]   or  the  Marina  or  Waterways  in  a  manner  which  may   cause   nuisance,  annoyance  or  inconvenience  to  any  Villa  Owner  or  Lodge  guest;

(s)

maintain the  cra]  in  neat  and  Idy  condiIon  and  in  a  state  of  good  repair;

(t)

not charter  the  cra]   to  any  3rd   party   or  otherwise  cause  the  cra]  to   be  used   commercially,  unless  via  the  Marina  Manager;

(u)

not display  'for  sale',  'for  rent'  or   similar  such  adverIsing  materials  anywhere   other   than   on  the  allocated  noIce  board   in  the  Marina   and   only   with  the   consent  of  the  Marina  Manager;  and

(v)

ensure the  motorised  cra]   is  fully  insured  at  all  Imes  and  demonstrate  proof   of   such  insurance  to  the  Marina  Manager   as  may   be  required  from  Ime  to   Ime;  and  

(w)

ensure that   any  annual  licenses,  taxes  or  fees  payable  relaIng  to  the  cra]   are   up  to  date. Page  |  9  


12.

Fishing and  diving  rules

12.1

Any person  seeking  to  fish  shall  obtain  an  official  permit  through  the  fishing  centre  at   Marina,  or  pending  the  construcIon  of  the  Marina,  the  Lodge.

12.2

Any person  seeking  to  fish  or  dive  shall  not  be  enItled  to  do  so  unIl  such  person  has   signed  the  conduct   rules,   a  copy   of  which  is  displayed  at   the  both  the  Dive   Centre   and  the  Fishing  Centre.

12.3

All divers   must   sign   a   non-­‐liability   form   at   the   Dive   Centre,   regardless   of   their   qualificaIons.

12.4

Due to  the   remoteness   of  Vamizi   all  divers  must   be  able  to  demonstrate  proof   of   diving  insurance.

12.5

At least  one  person  in  the  dive  group  must  carry  a  buoy;

12.6

There must  be  no  collecIon  of  corals  and  shells  and  no  spear-­‐fishing  on  scuba.

13.

Miscellaneous

13.1

Children must   be   accompanied   by   a   responsible   adult   whilst   in   or   around   the   Marina,  or  Waterways.

13.2

Due to  presence  of  coral  in  close  proximity  to  the  beach,  motorised  cra]  may   not  be   beached  anywhere  on  the  Island.

13.3

Anchoring on  coral  or  on  the  coral  reef  is  prohibited  by  Mozambican  law.

13.4

All motorised  cra]  must   remain  in  the  Marina,  or  on  the  Marina  moorings,  overnight   to  ensure  that  there  is  no  visual  impact  for  Villa  Owners.

13.5

The use  of  jet  skis  and  waterskiing  around  the  Island  is  not  permiaed.

13.6

Every user   of   the  Marina   and   Waterways  enters,   remains  and  departs  from   these   areas  at  their  own  risk.

13.7

Large sailing   cra]   over   18]   hull  must   be   stored   at   the  Marina  when   not   in   use.     Storage  fees  will  apply  as  adverIsed  in  the  Marina.

13.8

When weather  requires  it,   a  temporary  marina  will  be  established  on  the  south  coast   of  the  Island.    The  same  rules  as  per  the  permanent  Marina  will  apply.

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