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IV Boat Club is a private club which means boats are only accessible to Members that join. None of the boats are ever chartered or rented. Members are able to use unlimited days using a rolling reservation system.
We charge a one time initiation fee of $12,500. There are monthly dues (may be paid annually at a discount) of $500/month. Members are also responsible for fuel costs. Members are able to transfer their boat club membership to family, friends, or prospective member to get back some or all of their initiation. Members may cancel at any time but are responsible for the rest of the years dues and will forfeit the initiation. As we expand we hope to offer more pricing options.
Reservations can be booked online or on the phone. Each member can have 4 days booked in advanced for the month. After one day or half day is used another reservation may be made.
All members are required to receive in person training to ensure they are able to launch, navigate, and operate safely. A waiver will be signed and covers operation for the season.
Anyone that will be operating a boat during the season must go through the safety check and sign a waiver.
Members are responsible for the cost of fuel used while on the boat. We handle the actually fueling after pulling the boat out for the day and can charge your account. Members are responsible for keeping an eye on fuel levels while on the water and may fuel at marinas as necessary. For information on where to fuel boats on Lake Tahoe see our information tab.
Yes. Guests are able to operate the boat as long as they sign a waiver and the member is on board with them.
Boats have everything you need for a day on the water including life jackets, ski vests, tube, tow rope, wakeboard, and wake surf board. Water skis available by request.
Members are responsible for taking their trash and keeping the boat in the same condition they got it in. The boat will be wiped down after every use by the club. We reserve the right to charge a fee if the boat is returned excessively dirty.
Boats are insured however members must pay the deductible or if damage is less than the deductible pay the amount to fix the damage and may be responsible for costs associated with lost reservations for other members.
Membership is on an individual or spousal couple (including children) basis. Corporate memberships are available.