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A skippered charter is a vessel chartered with a skipper (captain). The captain is very useful not only because of his experience but also for the care and organization he will provide during your day or multi-day excursion. As a local, together with the host they will give you the best advice and information about the places to visit.
Make sure to pack your bathing suite! Bring sunglasses, suntan lotion, a hat, and music lists to enjoy your day on board. Soft or rubber white soled footwear or boat shoes are a must. Wear standard shoes for on-shore use only.
Smoking is not permitted inside most yachts. However please consult us for verification, as this policy may vary on certain yachts. For safety reasons, smoking in cabins and staterooms is prohibited on all yachts. Some yachts will allow smoking in designated outdoor areas.
Crew gratuities are discretionary, although it is customary for a charterer who has enjoyed the kind and attentive service of an obliging crew to extend a gratuity. Crew gratuities are normally in the region of 10% of the charter fee, but can be adjusted up or down according to your level of satisfaction. The best way to ensure that all crew members receive equal recognition is to entrust the distribution of gratuities to the captain.
Well before you board our yacht, we will ask you to describe the preferences and special needs of all the members of your party, such as dietary or medical requirements, details of any allergies, and your sporting or entertainment requests. This will enable us and the crew of your chosen yacht to ensure that everything possible is done to make your charter a wonderful experience.
In certain countries a Certificate of Competency is required to participate in watersports activities (jet skis, waverunners and other mechanically propelled watercraft). Please consider which members of your party will want to use the yacht’s motorised water toys. If they do not have the required licences/certificates we can arrange for an instructor to come on board the yacht during the charter to issue a certificate. Please note that all tuition fees are for the charterer’s account and availability of local instructors cannot be guaranteed. Certain areas prohibit the use of motorised water toys altogether. Use of personal watercraft is only permitted subject to the operator having the appropriate license and meeting with local operating regulations. Any liability arising from non-compliance is entirely at the operator’s risk. If the yacht has SCUBA equipment on board, it may only be used by certified divers holding a certified PADI license or equivalent.
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