Quatsino.org • Boat Pooling - Share-A-Ride Today's Day, Date and time: 07/17/18 - 01:07:59

Sharing a boat ride back and forth from Quatsino to Coal Harbor just makes sense. It saves money, helps conserve energy, is good for the environment, is a great way to keep in touch with your neighbors, and makes Quatsino a more attractive place to live and work.

This program is simple and flexible:

I Want to Offer a Ride:
If you own a boat (you must be the owner for liability purposes) and plan to make a trip to Coal Harbor enter the date and time you plan to depart and return, how many passengers you are willing to take, etc.
I Need a Ride:
Interested passengers may respond to the posted offer by calling the boat owner directly or posting a response online. You may also list a date and time you want a ride.

I want to
offer a ride:

Departure time:
Return time:


Your name:

Special Instructions:

Your phone #:
Your email:
             

I need a ride:
Departure time:
Return time:

Your name:

Special Request:

Your phone #:
Your email:
             

New Posted Ride Offers and Requests:

Ride Offer

John Doe
949-9929
johnnyO@island.net

Quatsino to Coal Harbor and back
2 Seats Available
September 3

Departure time: 4:30pm
Return time: 7:45pm

Contribution: $10 each way

Special Instructions: Don't have much room for cargo, but groceries OK. Responses: Thanks, John. I'll be there about 15 minutes before you leave. - Andy

Ride Request
Jane Doe
949-9966
janny@island.net
Quatsino to Coal Harbor and back
2 Seats Available
September 3
Departure time: Afternoon
Return time: Evening
Budgeted contribution: $10 each way
Special Request: Need to pick up a part in town. Also, I need a ride from Coal Harbor to PHardy. Will throw in $10 for gas.  

Like any cooperative program, Quatsino Share-A-Ride has a few simple rules to make it work:
1. Ride offers are just that - "offers". People's schedules can change just before a scheduled trip, and while we encourage the owner of a boat to notify a passenger that a ride has been changed or cancelled, rides are offered as a courtesy and are not a "right". Mutual respect must be the underpinning of a ride sharing program in order to work.
2. The boat owner makes the rules. Issues such as the need to wear a life jacket, how much cargo can be taken, etc are at the sole discretion of the boat owner.
3. Both the owner of the boat and the passenger must sign an online liability waiver in order to use this program. This helps protect both the boat owner and the passenger from civil liability. Both the boat owner and the passenger assume full personal responsibility and assume all risks in using this system. Passengers under 19 years of age may not use this system without an accompanying parent or guardian.
4. Be honest and fair. The Golden Rule of treating others as you would want to be treated ensures the successful use of this posting area. Do not abuse the data. IP addresses of each computer are recorded for each user who visits this site.

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