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The following are the hours at which the meals will be supplied at the Club. They will not normally be served outside these hours.

Breakfast 8:00 am — 10:30 am
(During summer season March to October, breakfast will be available from 6.30 am)
Lunch 12:00 am — 3:00 pm
Tea 4:00 pm — 9.00 pm
Dinner 9:00 pm — 10:30 pm

Menu for refreshments showing charges for each item will be available with the serving staff.

Bar will be open on all days, unless a Dry Day is declared by the State Government, between 11.00 am and 11.00 pm with drinks being served from the 150th Heritage Main Bar in Shamiana from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm and from 5.00 pm to 11.00 pm and from the Sunset Bar from 3.00 pm to 11.00 pm. However, orders for the last drink should be placed in the Sunset Bar by 10.30 pm and in the 150th Heritage Main Bar by 1.45 pm. The Off Shop will be open for sale of bottled drinks for consumption off the Club premises at the Main Bar during its working hours. Drinks will be served at the Willingdon Lounge, Macklin Conclave and Johny Walker Bar at Hooghly Deck only between 5.00 pm and 10.30 pm., unless otherwise decided by the Committee. Drinks will not be served in Henley Gourmet and 125th Room,Dining Rooms of the Club.

A Member will be charged a Premium Facility Fee per head per day for using the Willingdon Lounge during the aforementioned hours at Rs. 50/- for each member, and his/her spouse, children and dependant members and at Rs. 100/- for his/her guest.

Food or drinks from outside may not be brought into the Club for consumption without specific approval of the Committee.

A Member may book for a private party in the Millennium Hall and its Annexe, Easy Oars. Sculler Corner and the Tree House under such terms and condition() and at such charges as the Committee may specify from time to time, the details of which will be available at the Club Office. The Committee may permit such parties at other parts of the Club at its absolute discretion.

No boat shall be allowed out later than half an hour after sunset except by special permission of the captain of Boats.
During the hot months April, May and June, no boat shall be out between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm.

ll boats must observe the recognized rules of the water and give way to those coming over the course, i.e. from East to West according to the plans posted in the boat-house or dressing room.

The Captain shall have the power to set aside certain boats for racing and racing practice, and shall have absolute discretion in deciding which members are qualified to use such boats.

No boat can be taken out of the boat house or put on water without the specific approval of the Captain. Allotment of the boats and oars will be made by the Captain.

Members after making use of a boat, must personally ensure, with the assistance of the boatmen, that the boat is lifted from the water and replaced on its appropriate rack, if further use is not required.

Members and Trainee Rowers shall sign the book kept in the boat-house for every boat they take out.

All damage of any kind whatsoever to any boat shall at once be reported in writing by the members or Trainee Members or members causing such damage, to the Captain or Vice Captain, who shall report to the Committee at the next meeting, The Committee, after consideration of the circumstances in which such damage was caused, may call upon the member or members, who caused it, to pay to the Club as compensation such a sum as the Committee considers equitable, up to but not exceeding the full value of the boat at the time of the accident. Members using coxswainless craft will do so entirely at their own risk.

No member shall take out a boat unless he can swim.

No member may take out a boat unless in rowing kit.

Rowing kit/shorts are not to be worn elsewhere in the Club premises except in the rowing area.

In all crews, stroke-oar shall be Captain and shall be responsible for signing the book for the boat and for reporting any damage, which may occur.

No Trophy will be allowed to be taken out of the Club premises under any Circumstance. Replica of a Trophy, if available, may be taken out with the Permission of the Captain.

The Swimming Pool will be open during the season which will generally be March to November every year. The dates of beginning and the end of season will be announced by the Committee every year. The Pool will remain open frm 4.00 pm to 9.00 pm every day except Monday only in presence of male and female attendants/trainer. Swimming at anytime will be entirely at the own risk of the swimmer.

The charges for using the Swimming Pool will be Rs 50/- per day or Rs. 300/- per month for a member or the spouse, children or dependant of a member, and Rs, 100/- per day or Rs. 1000/- per month for a Guest, provided that tor guest below 16 years of age, the monthly charge will be Rs. 500/- per head.

The Rules for use of the pool will be notified by the Committee from time to time. (Please see annexure for present instructions.)

The Gym will be open from 7.00 am to 10.00 noon except on Monday.

The Rules for use of the Gym will be notified by the Committee from time to time. (Please see annexure for present instructions.)

A List of Reciprocal Clubs with which the Committee has entered into arrangements for reciprocal usage by members of both the cubs under Rule 17 of the Club Rules is provided as an Annexure II.

A member of a Reciprocal Club (Reciprocal Member), subject to approval of the Committee, visiting the Club will have to present a valid Identity Card ad a letter of introduction from the home club of a recent date for using the facilities of the Club and pay such charges, as may be applicable and furnish the details required by the Club in a Register maintained for this purpose.

A Reciprocal Member is not allowed to bring in guests to the Clubs unless he/she is staying in the residential accommodation of the Club. Please take a look at our list of affiliated clubs.

A Reciprocal Member staying in the residential accommodation of the Club may be permitted to bring in guests subject to Bye-law 8 above in the Club premises.

A Reciprocal Member we not be permitted to use the facilities of the Club more than 4 days in a month unless he is staying in the residential accommodation of the Club or 48 days in a year in any case.

A Reciprocal Member, on becoming a permanent resident in Kolkata, will not be allowed any of the above facilities.

A Reciprocal Member will pay and settle all usage and other char es of the Club directly in cash before leaving the Club Premises.

The Committee reserves the right to terminate such Reciprocal arrangements and facilities without notice at any time in its absolute discretion