We have found the perfect yacht at the right time of year in the right location based on your requirements, what happens next?
Preference forms: You will receive a detailed questionnaire to be completed by all member of your charter party. It will pertain to special needs, dietary or medical requirements and any other information about your group that would help the captain and chef provision the yacht for your charter. These forms will be sent directly to the captain and he will call you if there are any questions that need answering, and also to make arrangements to meet you on arrival and escort you to the yacht.
Balance of payment and Advance Provisioning Allowance: Sixty days prior to your charter date the balance of payment is required. If your charter is not all inclusive then the APA and any other charges, e.g. delivery fee are also due.
Insurance: Cancellation and Curtailment Insurance is available to protect your investment if unforeseen circumstances prevent or cut short your charter. See the Insurance section
Captain’s responsibility: A charter captain will always try to comply with all of your requests, however his prime responsibility is for the safety of the yacht and passengers. Should any scenario arise where guests requests conflicts with this responsibility, your captain will discuss all possible alternatives with you. But when relating to the yacht and safety of those onboard, the captain’s decision is final.
Gratuities: Gratuity is optional and customary and at the discretion of the charterer.
Standard Caribbean Terms: This is our Standard Caribbean Agreement, The charter fee quoted to you will include Yacht, crew, all meals, water-sports toys and all equipment on yacht, fuel and water. This agreement is used for most Caribbean based sail and power yachts. Not included are bar drinks, cruising taxes/local taxes, dockage should you choose to use a marina and communication costs if you choose to use the yachts communications systems whilst onboard. These items will be billed to you at the end of the charter and payable to the captain in cash.
Western Mediterranean Terms: This is our MYBA Agreement, The charter fee quoted to you will include yacht and equipment, crew, crew meals. The charterer will be charged at cost for all other expenses, including food and beverages, other consumable stores, berthing dues, and harbour charges including pilotage fees and charges for water and or electricity taken from shore, laundry and communications.
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