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Harbor Local Rules for National Team

Sailors, coaches and any other members of a national team are requested to follow the local rules of the Enoshima Yacht Harbor. During a race event, however, if there is a separate set of rules set by the race organizer regarding the use of the harbor, the organizer’s rules supersede the local rules during the term of the event. Enoshima Yacht Harbor is a public harbor. Please follow its instructions and clean up after yourself. When there are many other general sailors, please use the facility with a give-and-take spirit. Thank you for your cooperation.

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How to Use the Harbor

1. First Thing to Do: Bringing your dinghy(ies)/boat(s)/board(s) into the harbor and storing it/them.
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Harbor Desk

a. Fill in an application form given at the Harbor Office, and complete the required registration procedures for your berth(s).
b. Your dinghy(ies) must be kept at the designated berth with the ID plate given at the Harbor Office tied to the trolley of your boat. 
c. Your windsurfing board(s) must be kept at the racking space designated by the race organizer with the given ID plate tied onto the upper pipe. 
※ Please be noted that use of windsurfing boards is not allowed under the general local rule of the harbor. It is allowed only for specially permitted events, such as a pre-Olympics competition. 
d. Your coach boat(s) must be kept at the designated berth/place with the given ID plate tied to the boat.
e. If you are chartering a dinghy(ies)/boat(s), the above procedures may be handled by the lender. Please confirm who will take the procedures with the lender before you come to the Harbor Office.
f. Please keep your boat(s)/dinghy(ies)/windsurfing board(s) at the harbor at your own risk. Be sure to tightly secure your boat(s) /dinghy(ies)/ windsurfing board(s) with ropes or other appropriate means so that the boat stays safe against any strong wind. 
g. To secure dinghy(ies), use the mooring rings set at the four corners at your berth. Be sure to use two separate ropes, one in front and the other on the back. If you keep the vessel with its mast down, make sure it won’t stick out onto any pathways around the boat. Please be aware that there is always a possibility of a sudden strong wind caused by a strong low pressure system or a typhoon.
h. Fees for storing your dinghy(ies)/boat(s) are as follows:
・Coach boat (5.5m-6.0m) <onshore>: \1,950/boat/day (24 hours)
・Coach boat (6.0m-6.5m) <onshore>: \2,090/boat/day (24 hours)
・Coach boat (5.5m-6.0m) <berth>: \2,560/boat/day (24 hours)
・Coach boat (6.0m-6.5m) <berth>: \3,470/boat /day (24 hours)
・Nacra17 <onshore>: \1,630/boat/day (24 hours)
・470, 49er <onshore>: \1,490/boat/day (24 hours)
・Finn, Laser, Laser Radial <onshore>: \1,200/boat/day (24 hours)
・Windsurfing board(s) <on a rack>: Please ask the organizer.
•The paid fees are non-refundable. Please confirm with the race organizer whether the berth/storage fee is included in the entry fee before you settle your payment at the Harbor Office.
•Credit cards are accepted for payment of the storing/crane fees.
•There is ATM in the Enoshima Island as shown below.
Enoshima Post Office ATM 
Available time  Monday-Saturday: 8:00a.m.-9:00p.m., Sunday: 8:00a.m.-8:00p.m.
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2. Crane (A on the map)
a. Crane is not free of charge. Please make payment and receive the ticket at the Harbor Office, and give it to the crane operator.
b. Fee for the crane:
・Visitor’s boat <onshore>: \1,760/use 
・Visitor’s boat <berth>: \2,830/use
c. Crane operating hours:
・Summer time (July & August) and weekends in June: 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m., 1:00p.m.-6:00p.m.
・The rest of the year: 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m., 1:00p.m.-5:00p.m.
d. Maximum boat weight is 2.9 tons.
The use of crane is limited to coach boats (RIB) less than 2.9 tons.
e. When you use the 3-ton crane, please use the sling system of your own boat. Use of the sling belt attached to the crane may damage the rubber part of the boat.
f. Dinghies and RS:X must use the slope at all times. 
3. Fueling Your Boat
a. Currently, there is no fuel station in the harbor.
b. Please purchase petrol from a nearby gas station or marina.
c. If you purchase petrol at a gas station or EMC, you must bring a metal container to a manned gas station. (Purchase by using portable containers at unmanned self-service gas station is prohibited.)

Nearest manned gas stations that accept credit cards

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Matsuya Tebiro Sales Office Inc. 1-5-21 Tebiro, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Pref., 248-0036 TEL: 0467-31-7074 Opening hours: 7:30a.m.-9:30p.m. ※About 16 minutes by car from the harbor
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Kugenuma SS Tomita Sekiyu-shokai Ltd. 5-10-17 Honkugenuma, Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Pref., 251-0028 TEL: 0466-22-6340 Opening hours: Weekdays (including Sat. & national holidays) 8:00a.m.-9:00p.m. Sundays 9:00a.m.-8:00p.m. ※About 16 minutes by car from the harbor

Marinas that have fuel stations on the sea around Enoshima

・Hayama Marina (a private marina, different from "Hayama Port".)
Credit cards accepted except American Express
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Enoshima Yacht Harbor
・Zushi Marina (a private marina)  
http://www.riviera-r.jp/english/map/index.html  Credit cards accepted.
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Enoshima Yacht Harbor

2. Practice Sailing

1. Days & Hours
a. The Harbor is closed on Tuesdays except the summer time (June, July & August).
b. You may work on maintenance of your boat(s)/dinghy(ies)/board(s) onshore if you submit “Notification of Entry to Port of Shonan Outside of Designated Hours” in advance, but you may not practice sailing when the harbor is closed.
c. Your practice time is limited to the office hours: Harbor Office opening hours: 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m. Summer time and weekends in June: 8:00a.m.-6:00p.m.
2. Sign-in and Sign-out
a. Be sure to fill in the Sign-in Sheet at the Harbor Office before you sail out from the harbor.
b. As you sign in, you receive an orange flag with a number. Please write the number of the flag on the Sign-in Sheet.
c. The orange flag needs to be attached to the dinghy(s)/boat(s).
d. As for windsurfers, please ask the organizer for their Sign-in/Sign-out system.
e. Before you leave the harbor for the day, please return the orange flag at the Harbor Office and sign out. If the Harbor Office finds a flag missing at the scheduled returning time, they may take the procedure to start searching considering you are having a trouble at sea.
3. Life Jacket
You must wear a life jacket at all times at sea, from the time you leave the harbor until you return.
4. Practice Areas Requiring Special Attention
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a. Area around stationary fishing nets (Shown on the chart)
b. Higashihama bathing beach area in summer, and sea-weed net area offshore of Koshigoe in winter
c. Shallow water area around concrete Tetrapods along Koshigoe Koyurugi-misaki cape
d. Shonan Port Lighthouse (Haku-todai) area
Please ensure an enough distance from the lighthouse as there are many anglers throwing long fishing lines and reefs on the southern side.
*Please pay attention to fishing vessels as there are many in the area off Enoshima.
5. Shower Room & Locker Facilities
a. Please pay ¥220 at the Harbor Office and receive a locker key. The locker is available only when you take a shower, and not for storing luggage for a long time.
b. Dressing room is free of charge.
c. Do not leave your belongings unattended on the floor or table in the locker room.
d. Coin-operated lockers for valuables are located on the left side of the Harbor Office. Pease pay 100 yen per use.
6. Lockers for Sails & Gears (B on the map)
a. Larger lockers are located at a separate building next to the Yacht House (the main building where the Harbor Office is located). Please tell the Harbor Office when you would like to use them.
b. The fees for lockers vary according to the size.

・Large : 510 yen/day
・Medium : 300 yen/day
・Small : 200 yen/day
7. Discarding Garbage
a. There are several metal baskets located in the harbor as garbage bins.
b. Please separate garbage into “combustible wastes” and “cans and plastic bottles” as shown on the lids of garbage bins.
If you need to discard large size objects, please consult the Harbor Office.
8. Meeting Rooms
Meeting rooms are available as below. Reservation is accepted two months in advance, but reservation for yacht racing will be given priority.
Meeting Rooms Size (㎡) Charge/1h
8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
5:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Meeting Room A 132.25 1,160 yen/h 1,280 yen/h
Meeting Room A1 82.81 730yen/h 810 yen/h
Meeting Room A2 49.54 430 yen/h 470 yen/h
Meeting Room B 46.87 430 yen/h 470 yen/h
Event Management Room 385.01 3,350yen/h 3,690 yen/h
Memorial Room 37.24 310 yen/h 340 yen/h
9. Parking
Types Rates Maximum Amount
Ordinary vehicles 300 yen/h General user: 1,500 yen for 4h-1day
Harbor user: 830 yen for 3h-1day
Large vehicles 620 yen/h General user: 3,100 yen for 4h-1day
Harbor user: 1670yen for 3h-1day
Two-wheeled vehicles 150 yen/h General user: 750 yen for 4h-1day
Harbor user: 410 yen for 3h-1day

*Please show your parking ticket to the Harbor Office, if you are harbor user.

*Parking area is open from 5:00a.m. to 9:30p.m.

3. Prohibited Acts

a. No vehicles are allowed in the harbor without a special permission from the Harbor Office. (When you need a vehicle to bring in/take out your boat or large items, please obtain permission from the Harbor Office. Complete the use of the vehicle swiftly.)
b. No bicycle riding within the harbor. Park your bicycle at the parking lot.
c. No BBQ, bonfire, or any other acts that use fire. 
d. No smoking except at the designated area.
e. No fishing or swimming.
f. Do not bring in any dangerous objects, including bottles, to the harbor area.
g. Do not place any objects (boats, sails, bags, etc.) or work on maintenance of your boat/sail at the public space, including the pathways, slope and the Rest House. 
h. No trolleys should be left unattended at the slope area. (Trolleys may drift away if left near water. Please use the designated trolley-hanger or trolley-park.)
i. The dinghies and RS: X-class may not use pontoon to sail in and out. Use the slope at all times.
j. Do not stay at the slope area for too long as the area tends to get crowded. Please sail out promptly.
k. Do not moor coach boats or the like at the leeward side of the dinghy pontoon even temporarily. 
 ①The leeward side must be kept open at all times for dinghies. 
 ②At the second pontoon of the dinghy yard, please moor coach boats on the windward. Never make your boat stay at the leeward side!
l. Coach boats and the like are not allowed to maneuver at a high speed within the harbor. Be sure to drive at a low speed at all times in the harbor.
m. No one can drive a boat without an official license. All coach boat drivers are required to carry their “Operator Card” when driving a rib. <see http://roadto2020.tokyo/>
n. No vessels are allowed on water without “Certificate Sticker.”
o. No drones are allowed without a permit from the Harbor Office.

4. Weather Warnings

1. The Enoshima Yacht Harbor Gives the Following Warning Signs for Sailors’ Safety
a. Warning about Weather Change: Yellow windsock is displayed on the mizzenmast located at the southeastern side of the harbor yard when the weather is worsening or expected to worsen (e.g. the maximum wind speed reaching 20knots, approaching thundercloud, dense fog or high waves). Sailors are advised to pay attention to weather change for their safety.
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b. No Sailing Sign: Red windsock is displayed on the mizzenmast when the weather has worsened (e.g. the maximum wind speed reaching 25-26knots, occurrence of thunders, poor visibility and high waves) causing a dangerous state of sea surface. It is requested that sailors onshore not set sail and those sailing at sea return to the harbor.
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Tsunami Warning Alert
c. Tsunami Warning Alert: Orange-and-black-striped windsock is displayed on the mizzenmast when official Tsunami Warning Alert is issued by the Japan Meteorological Agency. ・Sailors onshore must follow the instruction of the Harbor Office staff and evacuate to higher ground. ・Sailors at sea will be alerted of the coming tsunami by sirens from the harbor and Coast Guard’s vessel. If there is enough time to return to the harbor according to the tsunami forecast, get back to the harbor as soon as possible (route B on following map) and evacuate to higher ground. When there is no time, keep sailing further offshore to evacuate.


·   Both “Warning Sign” and “No Sailing Sign” are for average sailors.

·   When top-level sailors with substantial experience wish to practice under the condition of strong wind, they must submit “Written Pledge for Special Practice under the Condition of Sailing Ban” to the Harbor Office before setting sail for practice. 

2. Emergency Response against Typhoon & Heavy Weather
When a typhoon is anticipated to come close or hit the harbor area, it may be requested that the coach boats moored on water be moved to other area or on shore by crane. Please be sure to follow the instruction from the harbormaster to avoid any possible damage.

If you have or witness any accident or trouble at sea, please call the Harbor Office immediately at

Universal SOS call on VHS is the same Channel 16.
Usage notes
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In other words, the information on available parking space displayed on the web site will not be updated until the viewer manually refreshes the web page.
Therefore, the information shown on the web page may differ from the latest status of parking space availability. In that case, the information displayed at the actual parking lot takes precedence over the information on the web site.
Some parking lots may continue to show visual signages that indicate that they have space available for parking, even after they are closed for that day. The operating hours of each parking lot can be confirmed on the web page that shows the details of each parking lot.


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