1.1 The agreement regulates the conditions for renting a boat that apply in the relationship between More Sailing and the Tenant.
1.2. Booking for renting a boat should be seen as a group booking where the booking manager is the one responsible for contacts with More Sailing. The booking manager is responsible for the payment, that all information is passed on to the other crew and that the driver’s certificate and the like are included in the original. Payment must be made by the booking manager.
2 . Booking and Payment
2.1. Booking is made via the Lessor’s intermediary More Sailing Seglingsresor AB (“More Sailing”). The terms for payment of the booking are stated on issued invoices and / or booking confirmation. 2.2. Payment is made to More Sailing, which acts as an intermediary. Information in brochures and catalogs, including the Internet, is included in the agreement. The information is binding, if More Sailing has not expressly reserved in the catalog or brochure the right to make changes and the Tenant has been informed of such changes before the conclusion of the agreement. The material provided by More Sailing shall include information about the boat, prices and payment terms. 2.3 A flight or special arrangement is included in the agreement only if these are sold or marketed together with the rental for a common price or for different prices that are linked to each other.
2.4 Any special services / services at the Lessee’s request are included in the agreement only if these have been expressly confirmed by More Sailing. Such confirmation must be made in writing.
3. Tenant’s General Obligations
3.1. The tenant is responsible for ensuring that he / she and others who are to stay on the boat hold a complete and valid passport and other documents that are necessary for the implementation of the rent. No later than 6 weeks before access to the boat, the tenant must send a crew list to More Sailing. If booking is made closer than 6 weeks before the Tenant is to have access to the boat, a crew list must be sent in connection with the booking. The crew list must contain first and last name, social security number and passport number for the entire crew. It must also be clear who the skipper is.
3.5. To be allowed to rent a boat, you must be able to present valid proof of knowledge for the Driver’s Certificate, possibly the Coast Guard Certificate and VHF certificate in English for at least one person on board the boat. These must be brought during the trip. The boat’s skipper must hold these certificates of knowledge.
4. Access and return
4.1. The boat is rented from 17:00 on the day of takeover until 09:00 on the day of return, the boat must be in home port no later than 18:00 the evening before the day of takeover.
4.2. If the boat is not returned on time, the Lessee must pay double the rental fee for the time that the delay remains. The above applies regardless of weather conditions. In addition, the Tenant shall reimburse the Landlord for costs that relate to the next Tenant’s trip being delayed or that he cancels his trip.
4.4. Before giving access to the boat, the Tenant must carefully inspect the boat and its equipment and match the equipment to an inventory list. The boat must have a full tank at the entrance. If the Tenant finds no defects in the boat or the equipment, the Tenant must approve the inventory list by signing. Subsequent complaints regarding the boat or equipment cannot be made to a greater extent than what is stated below. The same applies to the boat’s electrical equipment and instruments.
4.5. Upon return, the boat must be cleaned both inside and outside and it must be returned with a full tank. If the boat is returned in an unacceptable condition, an extra cleaning fee is paid in addition to the mandatory one. If the tank is not full, the lessee must reimburse the Landlord for the fuel cost to fill the tank. Lost, damaged or unusable equipment must be reported to the person responsible on site at the time of return.
4.6. Before the Tenant has access to the boat, a deposit must be paid. The amount is stated on the booking confirmation and / or invoice. The deposit can be paid in cash or with a bank / credit card. The deposit is returned when the boat is returned after an approved inspection. The tenant can take out a deposit insurance on site.
4.7. Inspection is done on site by the boat owner or his representative and includes inspection of the boat, her equipment and her equipment. In the event of losses or damages, the deposit is withheld, in whole or in part, depending on the extent of the damages, until the final cost has been determined. Repair and new acquisition costs are deducted from the deposit. If possible, conciliation should take place on site. If such a settlement takes place, the situation is considered finally settled.
5. Damages during the rental period
5.1. Should damage occur as a result of normal weather conditions and normal use during the rental period, the Tenant is responsible for ensuring that sufficient and necessary repairs are taken as soon as possible. Provided that the Lessee first agrees with the Lessor or the boat owner as to what measures are to be taken, the repair costs are later reimbursed by the boat owner upon presentation of a receipt. Replaced parts must be retained as a basis for the extent of the damage. 5.2. In the event of major damage, possible delays, loss of the boat, impediment to navigating the boat, seizure of the boat by an authority or third party, the Lessor must be notified immediately. The tenant must take the necessary measures to limit the damage and to minimize negative consequences. The tenant must document the damage or incident. By agreement with the boat owner, the Tenant must pay for potential repair work and monitor and document these.
5.3. If the Lessee is wholly or partly liable for damages or the situations mentioned above in clauses 5.1 and 5.2 or otherwise through breach of this agreement, the boat owner incurs costs, the Lessee shall compensate the boat owner for expenses and other direct or indirect losses incurred due to The tenant’s action. In the event of personal injury or damage to the boat, the Tenant must write a report and, as far as possible, obtain a statement from a third party (for example, the harbor master or inspector).
5.4. If a damage cannot be remedied during the trip, the Tenant must, after contacting the Landlord, return to the home port so that the damage can be repaired. If the Lessor, as mentioned above, is to pay the repair costs, the part of the rental fee that corresponds to the remaining rental period from the time the damage occurred is returned. The same applies to rental time that the Tenant loses due to repairs during the trip. & Nbsp;
5.5. In the event of a breach of any of the points in this agreement, the Lessee is obliged to compensate the Lessor for all the damages and costs incurred by the Lessor due to breach of contract. If the Lessor is held liable to third parties due to the Lessee’s action, the Lessee shall indemnify the Lessor. Should damage occur to the boat or equipment during the rental period, the Lessee shall bear costs for replacement of parts or repairs if the damage has not occurred due to normal wear and tear. The Lessee is liable for consequential damages that have arisen as a result of intentional or grossly negligent action on the part of the Lessee. & Nbsp;
5.6. If damage is reported too late or if the report is incomplete and this results in boat insurance not being able to be claimed, the Lessee is fully responsible for the costs.
6. Price and agreed services
6.1. Included in the price is the rental of the boat, including all necessary permits and taxes, and associated equipment, sheets and a dinghy. & Nbsp;
6.2. The lessor is responsible for ensuring that the boat is insured in proportion to the deposit (see section 4.6). The insurance covers damage in the event of fire, marine and collision accidents as well as third party damage. The insurance does not cover personal accessories or other damage that someone in the crew or other person on board suffers. The insurance also does not cover damages that arise due to negligence or intent on the part of the Tenant or someone in the crew.
& nbsp; 7. Conclusion of the agreement
7.1. The terms become effective at the time when an agreement is reached between the Lessor and the Lessee. Binding agreements between the Lessee and the Lessor arise when More Sailing has confirmed the Lessee’s order in writing. More Sailing will confirm the Tenant’s order without delay. & Nbsp;
7.2. However, More Sailing may instead decide that the agreement becomes binding on the Lessor and the Lessee when More Sailing has confirmed the Lessee’s order in writing and the Lessee has paid the registration fee within the agreed time or, if no registration fee is to be paid, the entire boat rental price according to More Sailing’s instructions. >