Marina ZEA 9 VHF

Rules for entering the marina ZEA.  When you return from the charter to Marina ZEA, please inform the marina office via VHF channel 9.  20 minutes before arrival.  Tell us the name of the boat and the exact time of entry into the marina and ask for assistance.  Then follow the instructions of the harbor master.  If you are not sure that you can park yourself, ask harbor master to help you.  *** Independent mooring in the marina is prohibited.

Optional Extras

OPTIONAL EXTRAS  (payable at embarkation):   Linen set:  € 20 per set / per person  Towels set:  € 5 per set / per person  Early check-in fee: € 150  SUP: € 150  Outboard motor: € 80 per week;  Gennaker: until 45' € 350 per week, more than 45' € 450 (if available)  Safety net: until 45' € 130, more than 45' € 160 (if requested)  Transfers Airport– marina ZEAS: € 80 for 3 pax / trip. € 110 for 4 pax / trip. € 140 for 6 pax / trip. € 240 for 12 pax / trip. SUP: 150 € per SUP per week (if available)  WI-FI: € 50 per week.  Electric scooter: € 80 € per week (if available)  Сoffee machine: € 30 per week (if available)  Skipper:  € 1250 per week; ***  The extras must be paid at the base before boarding in cash.

Damage List

Damage List     Damage   Coast          I    ______________________________________________________________________ confirm that my crew and I are competent to operate a charter boat of this type in the Hellenic Region on a route that we have approved. Oceanis   ________________________________,        name       ____________________ I agree (guarantee) to reimburse for damages and any loss of equipment to the full extent of the damage and any loss of equipment sustained by the boat during my charter from ____________ to ___________   I agree with the repair price or the value of the lost equipment. Buyer:                                                                   Date:                                 Signature:   Skipper:                                                                Date:                                 Signature:  Charter Company:                                                                                          Signature:                                            Deposit Guarantee.      I'm the skipper     ___________________________________________________________ I'm a significant client    _____________________________________________________ We guarantee the safety of the boat         ______________________________________ during the entire charter period from         __________________ to _________________ We warrant that we are familiar with and agree to the rules of the charter company, the rules of the sea in Greek waters, and the rules of conduct on the boat.  We also warrant that we are qualified to use the charter boat ourselves.  We are responsible for all damages that will be caused to the boat during our charter. We are responsible for all equipment if it is lost during the charter.  We guarantee full indemnification for loss or damage to the boat's equipment.   Buyer:                                                                                   Date:                          Signature:  Skipper:                                                                                Date:                          Signature:  Charter Company:                                                                                                 Signature:   Approximate cost of damages   The exact cost of damage is determined by a service company that provides professional service. 1.  Breakage of anchor winch                                                                                   2500 euro      Anchor winch service (slow lowering/raising of anchor chain)                             750   euro      * This anchor windlass fails when not correctly used       when lifting the anchor chain or securing the anchor to the deck. 2.  Bowtruster breakdown                                                                                           2500 euro     * Improper use of the Bowtruster controller. 3.  Water pump failure (overheating)                                                                            750   euro     * Not switching water tanks promptly or using empty water tanks.   4.   Breakdown (overheating) of the bilge pump                                                         750   euro     * Improper activation of the bilge pump button in manual (hand) mode. 5.  Failure of the external outboard motor.       Initial inspection and service                                                                                 350   euro      * Improper use of the outboard,       Water in the carburetor, oil leakage. 6.  Battery Discharge. Service per unit:                                                                      250   euro      Replacement per unit:                                                                                            750   euro      * Improper maintenance of electrical appliances.         Failure to connect to the shore power grid promptly. 7.  Sails or ropes breaking.       * Improper maintenance.       The service company determines the cost of damage. 8.  Damage to the boat hull.       Any damage to the gelcoat.      * Improper maintenance.       The service company determines the cost of damage. 9.  Any damage to the interior or exterior of the boat.      * Improper maintenance.      The service company determines the cost of damage.      I confirm that I have read this information and agree.   Buyer:                                                                                   Date:                          Signature:  Skipper:                                                                                Date:                          Signature: 

Boarding Pass

You can download the boarding pass for your convenience. In the Boarding pass you will find additional service and the cost of additional services. You can choose any services you need.

Charter Rules

Rules and responsibilities of the Captain and crew during the use of the yacht and equipment during the charter period.   1.     The Captain of the yacht confirms that he is knowledgeable in the International Sailing Regulations.  2.     The Captain confirms that he is competent to operate the yacht as well as all equipment on the vessel (batteries, fuel tanks, water tanks, engine, sails, anchor and anchor winch, winches, steering gear, bowtruster, toilets, showers, radio, kitchen, etc.).    3.     The Captain assumes full responsibility for the yacht's safety, equipment, cleanliness, and orderliness during the charter. 4.     The Captain confirms that he and his crew are fully competent to operate the yacht in the area.  5.     The Captain is fully responsible for his actions and for the entire crew.    6.     The Captain knows and abides by the International Maritime Regulations and the Maritime Regulations of the Hellenic Region.  7.     The Captain understands that he is operating a charter yacht, intended only for crew rest in good weather, for short crossings between islands in Greek territorial waters. 8.     The Captain also understands that the charter yacht is not designed for racing, competing, use in bad weather conditions (strong wind, high waves), etc.  9.     The charter yacht must not be operated in an unstable condition, in bad weather conditions, when the wind is more than 25 knots or a wave of more than    1.5 meters, when the crew is not prepared for harsh weather conditions or long crossings or mooring in solid side winds in ports or marinas restricted to maneuvers. 10.    It is the Captain's responsibility to know how to operate the yacht's equipment and avoid breakdowns and improper use.       Also, the following rules must be observed when chartering:  - Connect to shore power at least once or twice every 2-4 days.  - Use an anchor chain at least 40 meters during anchorages. - Mooring only in particular places in marinas or harbors.  - It is forbidden to moor with the stern to the rocks using long mooring lines or mooring at depths less than 5 m, more profound than 15 m, or close to the rocks where the distance is less than 50 m.  Main recommendations for the Captain and crew.   - Do not go to sea without navigation and VHF radio (channel 16). - Do not put to sea when the wind speed exceeds 25-30 knots, and the wave exceeds 2 meters.  - Do not put to sea when fuel is less than ¼ tank (100 liters). - Do not put to sea when the crew is not competent for a difficult long crossing in difficult weather conditions.  - Do not use full sails in winds greater than 24 knots or part of the sails in winds greater than 28 knots. Not to use (not to open) sails when the crew has not been thoroughly trained in sailing.  The Captain must report all abnormal situations to the port police or charter company and ask for help or advice.     I confirm my competence and the competence of the entire crew as Captain of a charter sailing yacht. I am fully financially responsible for any damage caused to the vessel during the charter.  Name:                                                                                Data:                                                                             Signature:

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