- The renter has checked that the boat is in excellent condition and the renter must return it the same way.
- According to the law and the given map the boat has the right to travel only at certain distance the shore, within the limits imposed by the owner.
- The minimum depth is 2 meters. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should the boat be dragged on the shore.
Caution: The engine must always start IN THE WATER and in certain distance from the swimmers.
- When swimmers are around, the driver must take all necessary precautions and keep the boat speed low.
- The maximum speed is 10 nautical miles per hour. When the boat is moving, people aboard are forbidden to move within the boat.
- The driver is not allowed to consume alcohol and/or drugs.
- The rental supervisor have showed the renter where the license, the insurance, the map, the marine supplies and emergency supplies located and how to use the The client is aware that there is an anti-theft tracker device on board.
- For this rental agreement both renter and business have a copy.
- Fuel is billed separately and the cost is 1,8 euros per litre.
- The boat must be returned with the exact number of marine and nautical supplies that it was given to the renter and described on the other side of this contract. In case of damage or lost during the rental time, the renter has to restore them or pay their price.
- Backwards is used ONLY when necessary- the unnecessary use of it may lead to the burn of the engine.
- The LESSEE is obliged to leave on deposit as a guarantee the amount of 180€ which will be given back to him after the return of the BOAT when
everything is inspected and found in compliance to their original condition
COMPOSITION OF NUMBER OF PASSENGERS AND CRUISE LIMITS
- The maximum number of passengers that is allowed to accommodate aboard is manifested in the official permit of the boat. More passengers than
the ones indicated in the permit are not allowed to be in the boat.
- The LESSEE will be provided with a map showing all possible places that he is allowed to visit during his trip.
OBSERVANCE OF CUSTOMS AND LAWS
- The LESSEE agrees not to allow any person on board to commit any act on contrary to the customs laws in Greece or of any country on contrary to the laws pertaining to fishing or under water fishing nor to seek and/or take possession of objects of archeological nature for value and that in case such act is committed this agreement shall there upon terminate , but without prejudice to any rights of the OWNER and that the LESSEE shall carry alone any resulting responsibilities and he shall answer to all the appropriate Authorities.
AGREEMENT FOR TOWING TO YACHT
- The LESSEE agrees to take every possible preventive measure and precaution to avoid to bring the Boat to such condition in which the Boat will need to be towed. However, if this necessity arises, the LESSEE is obliged to inform the OWNER and with cooperation of the owner to decide if the Boat needs to be towed by another boat. If this is the case, the LESSEE must negotiate with the captain of the other boat on the price to be paid, before allowing the boat to be towed.
DEMONSTRATION OF THE BOAT
- The OWNER or a representative of the OWNER is obliged to demonstrate the proper use of the boat to the LESSEE and inform him about all the necessary information the SESEE must know for the proper use of the Boat. The time required to demonstrate the BOAT to the LESSEE and to familiarizing him with the BOAT shall be part of the agreed time. The LESSEE after understanding all the show information must be able to use the boat accordingly.
- Aker take-over, expenditures for water, fuels of any other stores required, as well as the repair of any damage made by the LESSEE is payable by the LESSEE.
ARBITRATION AND DISPUTES
- In the event of any dispute arising between the parties with respect to this Agreement or anything here in contained the same shall be referred to the Arbitrators of Greece. Responsible for all arbitrators is the Greek Court and all arbitrations are agreed by both parties to be resolved in the Court of Thessaloniki.
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