|Welcome to YOUR New Vacation Home…Schooner Landing.
Your gateway to a beautiful ocean getaway!
|Features of YOUR resort include:
Congratulation… You are now part OWNER of a piece of local history and activities!
|Deep Sea Fishing Charters
Hatfield Marine Science Center
Fishing and Crabbing
Oregon Coast Aquarium
Do not delay…Book your relaxing vacation TODAY!
(541) 265-4293 or email: Desk@Schoonerlanding.com
Our Resort Desk is open from 7:00 am – 10:30 pm daily.
We are here for YOU!
Pride in Ownership…
These monies pay for day-to-day operations…
The Association will invoice you on an Annual basis with your payments due on or before January 1st. If you have any questions on your invoice, please call us at (714) 696-3333 or (714) 777-3700.
Maintenance Fees or Billing questions:
Tricom Management: (714) 696-3333 / (714) 777-3700 / tricommanagement.com
Schooner Landing: 1-800-437-6043 (Reservation Line)
In addition to YOUR one week vacation ownership, you may reserve additional vacation time at the resort at special owner rates, spend a long weekend or come for one of the local seasonal events.
Your Team at Schooner Landing & Tricom Management
The following contact information will be of benefit to you. If you require further information concerning your ownership at Schooner Landing, please contact the Resort.
201 NW 66th Drive
Newport, OR 97365
Telephone: (541) 265-4293
Fax: (541) 265-3244
4025 E. La Palma Ave., #101
Anaheim, CA 92807
Telephone: (714) 777-3700
Fax: (714) 630-2030
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
4025 E. La Palma Ave., #101
Anaheim, CA 92807
Telephone: (714) 779-7900,
(800) 854-2324 (U.S. and Canada),
001-800-854-2324 (From Mexico)
Fax: (714) 630-2029
THE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
This association is a non-profit Oregon corporation formed for the purpose of maintaining all aspects of your property, including common areas such as landscaped areas, swimming pools, and building exteriors. The ownership of your new vacation interval(s) is subject to certain protective covenants, conditions and restrictions which, among other things, provide for automatic membership in a community association. Welcome to community resort vacationing!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
A Board of Directors has been elected to represent you and the other Schooner Landing Share Association owners. The Board meets quarterly, and your attendance is welcome. The Board meeting dates will be posted at the resort, or you may call your resort office for the dates and times of the meetings. If you wish to communicate with your Board of Directors, please direct all written communication to:
Schooner Landing Share Association
Attention: Board of Directors
201 NW 66th Street
Newport, OR 97365
ANNUAL OWNERS MEETING
There is an Annual Meeting of the Owners held in September or October of each year. The Annual Owners Meeting gives you and other owners the opportunity to meet the Board of Directors and the candidates you and other owners will be electing to represent you. Also, financial reports, insurance, property taxes, and other topics of interest to your association are discussed.
The management company is Tricom Management, Inc. Tricom was selected and hired in 2018 to assist in the management of Schooner Landing Share Association with the Board of Directors and will endeavor to provide you with the finest hospitality and management service available in the United States.
Tricom has developed the systems and procedures necessary to accomplish this. Tricom’s goal is to provide excellent service to all owners and guests consistent with operating the project in an efficient, professional and economical manner. Tricom has specialized in the management of vacation ownership resorts since 1979, and will do everything reasonably possible to ensure your investment is preserved and enhanced. In addition, Tricom wants you to have quality vacation experiences…”A Perfect Vacation.”
Tricom is proficient in effecting significant cost efficiencies for the owner. The Schooner Landing Share Association utilizes Tricom’s volume discount purchasing power through national purchasing contracts and lengthy business relationships (30 plus years) Tricom has developed with some of the country’s finest vendors and professionals.
TEAM MEMBERS AT SCHOONER LANDING
The team at Schooner Landing is eager to assist you in any way to ensure a most memorable and fun visit. The team supports your pride of ownership and is dedicated to maintaining the quality and high standards you deserve.
You will find your suite bright and clean upon your arrival consistent with Tricom’s high standards of excellence. You are responsible for the cleanliness of your suite throughout your stay. A cleaning service (complete housekeeping service-vacuum, dust, clean kitchen, change bed linen, etc.) can be arranged through the resort desk. Towels and linens can be exchanged at the Guest Laundry Room upon request. Owners and Permitted Users are expected to maintain their suites in a clean and sanitary condition. Suites requiring more than the usual time to clean at the end of a Use Period will be automatically charged an additional fee as a personal charge to the Owner.
For your convenience, coin operated washers and dryers are located on the property. Laundry detergent can be obtained from the Resort Office.
It is best to think of your suite as a home, one in whose ownership you share, or one in which you are a guest, either through exchange or rental. It is fully furnished for your Perfect Vacation experience. Please be sure to leave everything as you found it upon your departure. You may be charged for any missing or broken items.
We ask for payment of any personal charges upon your check out. If personal charges must be billed, there may be a minimum $20.00 administrative fee charged.
BILLING OF OWNER’S MAINTENANCE FEES
As a reminder, the maintenance fees will be billed on an Annual basis approximately thirty (30) days prior to the due date. Your check should be made payable to Schooner Landing.
Please be advised that if you are not current in all of your maintenance fees, assessments, and/or personal charges, you will not be allowed to reserve your week or occupy a suite.
Reminder: Energy cost affects everyone. Please do your part to keep costs down by observing a conscientious policy of energy conservation. Please help your Association by limiting your usage of electricity and water to the minimum required for your comfort and safety.
ACCOUNTING RECORDS OF THE ASSOCIATION
The accounting records are available for your review and inspection with reasonable advance notice. We will distribute annually the operating budget and financial statements audited by an independent accounting firm. Monthly financial reports are reviewed by the Board of Directors at each Board Meeting.
THE ASSOCIATION’S DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS
The Association dues are billed on an Annual basis and payment is due on or before January 1st. The Association relies on the timely payment of all assessments so that it may ensure the proper maintenance and management of the property. The Board takes a very pro-active approach with the collection of past due accounts. If an owner becomes past due, no reservation request will be accepted, and all outstanding reservations canceled until the account is brought current. If a delinquency persists more than 30 days after the date due, then the account is turned over to a collection agency with significant additional charges to accrue, and a lien on the interval(s) may be filed.
THE ASSOCIATION’S INTEREST-BEARING ACCOUNTS
All available cash is placed into interest-bearing accounts. The reserve and general fund accounts are invested as directed by the Board of Directors and all interest accrues to the benefit of the Association.
CHECK-IN TIME AND CHECK-OUT TIME
Check-in time is after 4:00 p.m. and check-out time is before 11:00 am.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Your Board establishes Rules and Regulations. In order to establish meaningful regulations, we need your community input. Compliance to the resort rules is strongly dependent upon voluntary peer pressure…we need your help.
REGULAR USE RESERVATIONS
You may write, call, email, fax, or complete a Reservation Request Form (RRF) for the annual bulk booking to make your reservation request. The “bulk” of reservations are made via the “Bulk Booking Lottery” system. To participate, you must fill out a reservation request form (RRF) and make sure that we receive the form by the January 15th deadline to request dates in the following year. Example: January 15th 2007 deadline for reservation requests for all of 2008. Starting on the following business day after the deadline, the RRFs will be shuffled and drawn one at a time. They are reserved in the order in which they were drawn until requests are processed. Please remember to have the RRF in by the January 15th deadline, and that your account is paid in full, or your RRF will not be processed. Owners not submitting a RRF prior to the January 15th deadline will not be included in the Bulk Booking Lottery and will need to contact the Reservation Department for current booking availability.
The Association will confirm reservation requests via mail. When time is limited, reservations will be confirmed by telephone. No reservation request is valid or will be honored unless the Association has confirmed it.
Reservation requests are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis during the posted reservation hours of operation.
You may make a Regular Use reservation request for two (2) or more nights, up to a maximum of seven (7) nights in each year, for each Schooner Landing Share you own. A reservation for weekend use must be for a minimum of two (2) consecutive nights (Friday and Saturday). Only one Friday-Saturday use per share/year. If you elect to divide your Regular Use time, extra cleaning charges will apply. Contact the Resort for current rates.
You may share your Assigned Unit with Guests or you may have Guests use some or all of the time that you have reserved even if you are not present. However, if Guests will occupy your Assigned Unit in your absence, it is the owners’ responsibility to notify the Reservations Department in WRITING prior to the first day of occupancy, of your guests’ name and address. In your absence, Guests will be required to show proof of identification, sign a registration card and at least one (1) Guest must be 18 years of age or older.
You may not have more than one (1) Regular Use reservation for Friday-Saturday outstanding at any time within the calendar year, per share. You may, however, have both a Regular Use and a Bonus Use reservation for Friday-Saturday outstanding at the same time.
You may not make a reservation for the Service Period for which the Association has reserved the Assigned Unit for cleaning and maintenance.
If you cancel your Regular Use reservation at least seven (7) days prior to check in time on the first day of the Use Period you have/had reserved, there will be no penalty. If notice of your Regular Use reservation cancellation is received by the Association less than seven (7) days prior to check in time on the first day of the Use Period you have/had reserved, or if you fail to occupy your Assigned Unit for that period of time, you will be considered to have used and occupied the Assigned Unit for the entire Use Period you had reserved.
RESORT OWNER PRIVILEGES
Platinum Interchange is an independent Vacation Resort Owners Exchange service provider and Rental Company of choice servicing individual timeshare owners and resorts since 1979.
Platinum Interchange Vacation Counselors may be reached Monday through Friday from 6:00 am – 6:00 pm; Saturday & Sunday from 7:00 am – 4:00 pm (PST) by contacting 1-800-854-2324 (US and Canada); (714) 779-7900 (International); and from Mexico, call 001-800-854-2324; or e-mail email@example.com. Platinum Interchange is available to assist you with all your exchange and rental needs.
If you wish to exchange your week you may contact:
The maximum overnight occupancy is restricted to four (4) persons in a One Bedroom Suite; six (6) persons in a One Bedroom Loft Suite; six (6) persons in a Two Bedroom Suite; and, eight (8) persons in a Two Bedroom Loft Suite. NOTE: MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY INCLUDES CHILDREN REGARDLESS OF THEIR AGE.
No pets of any kind are allowed in any suite or upon any portion of the common area at any time. A fine of $250 per day will be levied for violation and the animal must be removed immediately. Owners and guests are encouraged to report violations to the Resort Desk.
POOL AND SPA HOURS
Pool and spa hours are from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm daily. CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF14 MUST BE SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT WHILE IN THE POOL AREA.
RESORT DESK HOURS
Our Resort Desk hours are from 7:00 am to 10:30 pm daily. You can contact the Resort Desk at (541) 265-4293 (in-house dial “0”). Your cooperation in adhering to this schedule is greatly appreciated.
For your convenience, we have provided you with a private telephone for local calls.
We have provided this brief review of information to assist you in becoming more familiar with Schooner Landing. We urge you to take the time to review your Association Bylaws, CC&Rs, and Rules and Regulations. The information provided is subject to change without notice.
Please understand this information can become dated. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Resort. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.
The following is a brief explanation of the charges which may appear on your Annual Owners Association billing:
For further information on the billing of your Owners Association Assessments, please feel free to contact your account representative Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (PST) at (714) 696-3333, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Valued Owners and Guests,
The Board of Directors and Tricom Management, are keeping the health and well being of our owners and guests our highest priority. As concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19) mount, we want to assure you that we are closely monitoring the situation and taking precautions for our owners, guests and resort staff.
We are following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), along with state and local orders citing the risk of the coronavirus. Please refer to the CDC website if you have not already done so. Please remember, the procedures and policies may change at any time.
Your resort is open and operating. There are changes at your resort to ensure your health and safety-related to common areas, facilities, and lobby area. Several protocols have been increased or implemented based on the guidance of the CDC recommendations. The staff has been instructed on the protocols and is being monitored regularly.
• All common and public areas are being disinfected frequently.
• Amenities that pose a health risk are being removed or temporarily closed for the health and wellbeing of everyone staying or working at the resort.
• Existing unit cleaning protocol which follow the guidelines are being reinforced and upgraded
• We are encouraging all guests and employees to wash hands frequently with soap and warm water along with hand sanitizer use.
With all the limitations placed on our entire nation, we want to accommodate our owners and guests with their travel plans.
Owners – If you need to change your “use –time” reservation, please contact your resort. We will make every effort to accommodate your request within the guidelines of your resort Rules & Regulations. As an alternative, you can contact our exchange company, Platinum Interchange for additional options. Platinum is waiving or reducing fees wherever possible.
Rental Reservations – If you have rented a room through us, your cancelation fee will be waived. If you have rented a room online through a booking agent, please contact them to cancel. If you have additional questions, please contact the resort.
Exchangers – Please contact your appropriate Exchange Company. Although these are challenging times for all of us, we are confident that we will weather this situation. Your management company is working to provide a safe, healthy, and enjoyable experience. We will continue to monitor the status daily and follow advice from the CDC and other health organizations.
We hope you can take time to value what is important to you, and as always, we appreciate your understanding and patience.
Your Board of Directors and Tricom Management