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    Oceanis 393

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    Below are some general terms and conditions, offered by charter companies. Details vary from charter to charter. When you make your booking, Adriatic Holidays will point out which particular conditions of any charter companies apply.

    The rates shown are per yacht per week.

    CHARTER PACKAGE INCLUDES: VAT – Outboard engine – Final Cleaning – Linen & Towels – National Park Fees – Tender – Mooring Place at Portisco: July & August first (Saturday) and last (Friday)
    nights of charter, for all the remaining months available for all the week – GPS + Card – Autopilot – 12 V electrical implant – 12 / 220 V converter – Radio / Stereo / CD – Bow Thruster on SO 45, OC 473, F47.7, CY 50.5, H 531 – Gas – Bimini / Sprayhood. Package to be paid at base in cash: 200 for 3 Cabin, 230 for 4 Cabin, 250 for 5 + Cabin Yachts.

    Complete set of linen and towels 12 Euros per set
    Skipper 1,050 Euros per week + provisions
    Stewardess 700 Euros per week + provisions
    Gennaker 150-250 Euros per week (subject to availability)
    Safety net 80 Euros (on request)
    Land transfers
    Food provisioning

    Discounts will apply for early bookings, for two-week charters or more, for repeat clients. Our members (please see AH Club) will have additional benefits from booking with us.

    50% upon sailing of the contract, 50% five weeks before embarkation.

    Check-in: Saturday, from 06.00pm
    Check-out: Saturday, until 09.00am (with re entry to Portisco on Friday by 06.00pm)

    Security deposit will vary with a size of the yacht. It is payable by credit cards or cash (credit card payments not cashed unless required) directly to the charter company when checking in.

    The client skipper must be in possession of a certificate of competence (internationally recognised) in order to charter a bareboat, including the licence of authorisation to operate the radio-telephone station on the yacht. If the client does not possess the said certificate, he must take a skipper at extra charge. The boat must be returned clean with full tanks of petrol and water on the final Saturday morning. For all practical purposes this means that the boat should return to the marina on the Friday evening, in order to comply fully with the conditions of return.