B. Lease without captain
B.1 In the case of hiring a captain-free boat, you must have a pilot's (sailing or motorized) license or a valid international pilot license equivalent or equivalent to RYA. You must also have a co-pilot over 18 years of age with a corresponding diploma or attesting to his / her ability to navigate with a 'responsible statement'. The ship owner has the right to ask the customer to demonstrate the commander and co-pilot, their qualifications and experience for safe sailing. If these are unsatisfactory you may cancel the rental or impose different terms.
B.2 At the same time as the charter agreement is signed the inventory list, according to which the ship owner charges the tenant with all the equipment mentioned therein and must be delivered in the same condition without any damage or loss. A detailed check is made at check-in to pick up the boat and the same at check-out for its return.
B.3 When a non-captain rental is made, the customer shall pay to the owner of the vessel a pre-departure financial guarantee covering damage and losses that may occur during the use of the vessel and are not paid by the insurance due to of the exemption contained in all ship insurance policies, up to an amount which varies in each case according to the vessel. It can also cover the customer's failure or refusal to deliver the boat with a full fuel and water tank as it had received it or not deliver it clean or deliver it to another port outside the base. The guarantee is paid by the customer and is returned by the ship owner in accordance with the terms of the boat's rental.
B.4 The customer may be liable for costs or damages if incurred in a rental boat and for repairing damages caused by him or his guests (intentionally or unintentionally) or any third person to the ship owner up to the level of the insurance policy for each individual accident or incident. However, he may be liable for an amount greater than the exemption and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the rental of the vessel in any accident or incident if he or any of his guests acted in such a way (deliberately or not) to exclude or exceed the limit of coverage under the ship owner's insurance. The customer should be aware of the limits and type of insurance provided on board.
B.5 Prior to check-in, the ship owner shall deliver the ship to the customer in the ready-to-go marina, in good condition, seaworthy, clean, fully equipped, full of water and fuel tanks, and whichever is mentioned in the registration form, must carry out any necessary checks. The ship must have rescue equipment as required by the vessel's licensing authority. The customer returning to the retransmission base must deliver the boat in the same condition that it received it clean, filled with water and fuel tanks and with all its equipment.
B.6 Hiring a boat usually takes 7 days and usually begins from Saturday 17.00-19.00 and ends next Saturday 08.00-10.00 but always with the ship owner's agreement. The customer must take care on Friday night, on the day of the return, to be in the marina that received the boat or elsewhere agreed with the ship owner, because on the expiry date of the lease, the procedures with the port authority on the departure and arrival, the receipt and delivery, inspection and cleaning of the vessel. These times must be observed in order not to incur charges for delay costs, as the first day of the next customers waiting to receive the boat begins to be delayed.
B.7 A pleasure boat combines the luxury of a hotel, each time in a different area and according to the customer's wishes. When cruise distances are small, you usually travel the day and you have to go out in the marina in the afternoon, unless you have been renting a captain, so you can safely travel at night to be on your day destination. On board a boat without a captain, avoid traveling in the evening, unless there is an emergency. Customers are required to observe and not breach the prohibition issued by authorities due to weather conditions.
B.8 If you rent a boat with diving equipment, check the equipment you have requested, taking all precautions, taking into account the dangers of diving at sea and taking measures for your diet before starting the activity. The customer and the passengers must not operate against the laws of fishing, underwater diving or seek and take possession of objects of an archaeological nature and value because they will be responsible to the authorities.
B.9 The renter is not allowed to sublet or assign the vessel and is forbidden to make use of the sea sports, provided that the vessel is not provided for and that the ship owner does not consent. For any other information the customer should consult the owner's terms of rental.