First Emergency Contact
Please provide your child's doctor information in case of an emergency. Primary Care Physician
Please provide health insurance information in case of an emergency.
MEDICAL RELEASE AND LIABILITY WAIVER In the event that my child(ren) should become ill or injured, I authorize emergency medical care, treatment by a physician and/or a medical treatment facility. I hereby release, absolve, indemnify and hold harmless the Conanicut Yacht Club, its staff, trustees and members from any liability resulting from my child(ren)’s participation in Club sponsored activities, including, but not limited to my child(ren)’s arrival, departure and/or transportation to and from the Club.
Parent/Guardian - Signatory must be 18 years of age or older
Photo Release I, the undersigned parent/guardian of the sailor named above, hereby acknowledge that my child may be photographed while participating in the Program activities. I hereby unconditionally authorize Conanicut Yacht Club, at its sole discretion, to use any such photographs for fundraising, advertising, brochures, website promotion, promotional flyers and other public relations and advertising medium.
Damage Policy This policy has been developed to educate and teach students how to care for boats properly and to treat club-owned boats as if they were their own. Instructors are expected to be “hands on” during the launching and hauling process each day and to be vigilant in teaching proper care of boats. Older, more experienced students are also expected to take on this role.
Instructors will go over this policy with each class during the first week to ensure students understand what is expected of them. Instructors will reinforce the policy the first week, and throughout the season. Before the first day of class parents and students are required to sign that they have read and understand our policy regarding boat care and damage.
Sailors are to report any damage or missing equipment to their instructor immediately. Student and instructor(s) together write up a damage/missing equipment report to be placed in a notebook in the office- those copies are kept as a log. The Program Director reviews the log with the lead instructor in charge of the class as part of weekly/daily routine. “Serious” damage or loss of equipment involving the need for a repair or replacement over $50 will result in an investigation (a hearing similar to a protest hearing) involving all parties. A panel will be convened consisting of the Program Director and 2 members of the junior sailing committee. The panel will decide: a.) student is/is not responsible, or damage is minimal, or damage is due to wear and tear resulting in no charge to student(s); b.) one boat is responsible and both students on board are responsible to reimburse CYC for cost to repair damage (replace equipment); or c.) all students involved will pay for damage. This could be a percentage of the total bill paid by each student or an equal amount depending on the panel's decision. We agree to abide by the common goals of the CYC Junior Sailing Program and agree to take proper care of all equipment used while participating in the CYC Junior Sailing Program. We also agree to reimburse CYC for any costs attributed to for repairs or replacement of equipment.