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Licensing Act 2003

Application Register

MV Margarita
Application Number199817
AddressQuay Road
BH23 1BD
Supply of Alcohol
Monday - 10:00 to 23:00
Tuesday - 10:00 to 23:00
Wednesday - 10:00 to 23:00
Thursday - 10:00 to 23:00
Friday - 10:00 to 23:00
Saturday - 10:00 to 23:00
Sunday - 10:00 to 23:00
Alcohol will be consumed on the premises.

Alcohol will be consumed off the premises.

Adult Entertainment
Please highlight any adult entertainment or services, activities, other entertainment or matters ancillary to the use of the club premises that may give rise to concern in respect of children.. No adult entertainment or services, activities, other entertainment etc. will be provided.
General - all four licensing objectives.. The mandatory conditions shall apply. Provision of alcohol shall be ancillary to the vessel?s main use a pleasure boat for fishing trips and/or charter. Alcohol shall only be supplied to: Customers who have booked a fishing trip or other pleasure trip (charter) on the vessel; Bona fide friends or guests of the vessel?s owner(s); and/or If the vessel is moored, to persons boarding the vessel during any charity or other fund raising event or handed to persons on board other vessels that pull alongside. In addition, off-sales shall only be permitted: On a maximum of 12 days in each calendar year, When the vessel is moored on Christchurch (Dorset) river, and When a charitable or other fund raising event is taking place in Christchurch that includes activities taking place in close proximity to where the vessel is moored. The holder of the licence will give notice in writing (this to include by email) to the Police and the Licensing Authority of its intention to supply alcohol for consumption other than on the vessel, the notice to include specific details of the vessel?s mooring place, the date(s) of the proposed supply and the nature of the relevant event, such notice to be given at least 7 days before each occasion that it is intended to provide off-sales. For the avoidance of doubt, no supplies of alcohol for consumption away from the vessel shall be permitted when the vessel is moored (or anchored) anywhere other than on Christchurch river. All alcohol supplied on the vessel shall be decanted into non glass drinking vessels or sold in cans. No glass shall be permitted other that bottles of wine.
The Prevention of Crime and Disorder
Prevention of Crime & Disorder.. Incident Book/Refusals Register The premises shall maintain an Incident Book/Refusals Register (as separate documents if appropriate) and use the same to record: Any refusal of the sale or supply of alcohol; Any incident involving an injury to a person aboard, anti-social or criminal behaviour; The Incident Book shall be checked and signed by the DPS or deputy at least weekly and be made available for inspection by Police and other authorised officers on request (unless the vessel is moored up for winter).
Public Safety
Public Safety. Note for information purposes only and not intended to form any licence condition: There are various regulations that govern both the safety of the vessel itself and that of passengers and crew on board. In the circumstances, no specific conditions are proposed under this licensing objective.
The prevention of public nuisance
Prevention of Public Nuisance. Note for information purposes only and not to be included as any licence condition: The application does not include and form of regulated entertainment nor will the supply of alcohol to be consumed only on board the vessel give rise to any issue of public nuisance. In the circumstances, no specific conditions are proposed under this licensing objective.
The protection of children from harm
Protection of Children from Harm. Challenge 25 The vessel/premises shall operate a ?Challenge 25? scheme whereby any person appearing to be under the age of 25 shall be required to produce photographic proof of age in one or other of the forms specified by the mandatory conditions before being served or supplied with alcohol. Training All crew concerned with the sale or supply of alcohol shall be trained in restricted sales (to persons who are under 18 or who are drunk) and with regard to the terms and conditions of the licence, including but not limited to the recording of refused sales or supplies of alcohol. Refresher training shall be given at least once every six months. A written record of all training shall be maintained for at least 12 months and made available for inspection by police or other authorised officers on request.