How to participate?
For the third year running!
South Dock & Greenland's Boats Christmas Lights!!!
This year many businesses and people are struggling due to COVID-19 and lockdowns. So we decided in this occasion we won't bother any local business asking for prizes for the competition and we will run the FESTIVAL of LIGHTS!!!
The 2020 event will run just for fun and community spirit.
COVID-19 has made our lives difficult don't allow it to take our
happiness, solidarity and wiliness to celebrate a new beginning (2021).
The brightness and colors of our lights will bring a smile to many during this winter period.
Lets celebrate LIFE !!! Lets celebrate together!!
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Who can participate?
All types of boats berthing at South Dock Marina and Greenland Dock; and neighbors and general community.
The boats and flats participants give consent to Marine Canvas Hut to share pictures of their boats, flats and or houses decorated, prize giving party and winners on social media and our web page.
The correct installation of lights and decorations are the responsibility of the boats owners and neighbors of the flats/houses.
The registration and participation on this competition are sole responsibility of the participants and it can not be attributed to Marine Canvas Hut.
Any damage or loss produced by any Christmas lights or decoration is sole responsibility of the participant.
Marine Canvas Hut is free of any responsibility on any case of damage to boats, houses or flats, and/or any kind.
In case of a dispute arising, Marine Canvas Hut's decision is final. Marine Canvas Hut reserve the right to modify or withdraw the competition at any time.
How much will Christmas
lights increase my bill?
How To Calculate Electricity Usage Cost
If you would like to calculate your own power usage, use the following formula with your power bill:
Know your wattage: Find how many total watts you will be using.
Multiply times 0.001 to find kilo-watt hour.
Multiply by 5 hours a day to find kwh/day.
Multiply by 30 days to find kwh/season.
Multiply by 11.2 cents, or your cost of power usage found on your electric bill, to calculate cost.