All Players (owners, renters and guests) must schedule their court time at the Clubhouse. Owners must be playing on the court to reserve it.
Reservations are accepted 48 hours in advance and are limited to one and one half-hours per time slot for play. Those who wish to continue play must contact the Cape Marco Master Association manager to check if other courts are available. Advance reservations are recommended. Players must call and cancel any court reservations that they are unable to use. Players who have not arrived for court time within 15 minutes of their reservations forfeit their time slots. Owners may only reserve one court at a time per unit.
Because of necessary early morning maintenance, no play will commence before 8:00 A.M.
The last hour to schedule play is 7:00 P.M.
No food or beverages, other than water, is permitted on the courts.
As a courtesy to all players, spectators are requested to refrain from walking behind courts while points are being played.
Proper attire is required. Tank-tops, cutoffs, bathing suits, running shorts and blue jeans are not permitted. Proper attire would be the following: a) For women, tennis shorts or skirts with tennis tops, tennis dresses or warm-ups are appropriate. b) For gentlemen, tennis shirts and shorts or warm-ups are appropriate. Shirts are required at all times! Tennis shoes approved for soft courts are required.
Dock Rules and Regulations
No personal items may be affixed to the dock such as fishing rod holders, fishing carts, etc.
Personal items such as chairs, fishing poles and coolers may not be left unattended on the dock.
All fishing lines and hooks must be removed from the dock, inasmuch as they pose a danger to residents and wildlife.
Swimming from the dock is not permitted. The currents, tides and rocks make this a dangerous area for swimming.
Children 12 and under may not be left unattended.
Use of the dock is for owners and renters in residence.
Cutting or cleaning fish on the dock is not permitted.
The dock is designed for the temporary use of the residents of Cape Marco and their guest. Boats may be tied up for short periods of time; however, proper bumpers must be used so as to not cause damage to the dock.
Overnight dockage is not permitted.
No live-a-board vessels shall be moored at the facility.
No mooring on either a temporary or permanent basis is permitted on the dock.
No more than nine vessels shall be temporarily moored.
Advance permission is required for the following: a) Use by charter fishing boats to serve Cape Marco residents. b) Use by shuttle boats to transport Cape Marco residents.