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Discover a great way to enjoy your friends and family while celebrating a special occasion in Edgewater, Maryland. Charter this BRAND NEW Seawind 1260 Cruising Catamaran for up to 12 person. Rate as low as $2200 per day. The perfect way to spend a day or an afternoon with up to 12 of your best friends or just a special significant other. There is no better way to spend a birthday, bachelorette party or anniversary than with a relaxing getaway on the water. • $1900 for 8 Hrs • $1700 for 6 Hrs • $1500 for 4 Hrs +$250 Cleaning (Single Day) Boat features premium bluetooth sound system, flat plate grill, full kitchen with oven and microwave, 2 front nets, large sunbathing area, 3 cabins and 2 bathrooms. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
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Full refund up to 14 days prior.
This Bareboat Charter Agreement made on the date above is between the Owner of the boat and our company (collectively referred to as “Owner”) and the Charter Client (referred to as “Charterer”) CANCELLATIONS: The Charterer can always reschedule a charter for later in the sailing season (within one year) with no penalty and any funds paid will be applied to the new charter. Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to the start date will receive a full refund less a $350 cancellation fee. Charters cancelled within 15 days of the start date will forfeit all funds. If it is deemed unsafe to go out due to weather on the day of the charter, the Owner may cancel the charter and all monies will be refunded or the Charterer can reschedule for another date during the calendar year. We reserve the right to cancel or abort the charter if it is deemed that the vessel, the charter guests, or hired crew are at risk of harm due to intoxication, reckless actions, or aggressive behavior (whether verbally or physical) of the guests. DAMAGE AND LOSS: The Owner will keep the Yacht fully insured under a standard marine yacht policy with a deductible of $5000. The Charterer agrees to be financially responsible for the cost of any damage to the Yacht, the Dinghy and motor (if included), and all associated equipment, up to the security deposit amount listed above by providing a credit card. The credit card will be placed on hold for this amount, and the hold will be removed after the Yacht is returned provided there is no damage or loss. You will not be liable for any damage caused by the captain. If any damage or loss occurs, you are responsible for contacting the Owner immediately and providing a detailed report of the incident in writing (including other parties/vessels involved, witnesses, description of damage, etc.) and a police report if requested by the Owner. Although the Charterer will only be liable to the extent of the amount mentioned in Paragraph 5 for normal operation of the Yacht, the Charterer will be liable more than this amount if the damage or loss occurs because of gross negligence, an intentional act, or a flagrant disregard on your part of rules for the usage and operation of the Yacht noted below. This unlimited liability extends to the loss/damage of the dinghy and/or dinghy motor if included. The Charterer agrees that no repairs will be made without the Owner’s permission. The Owner agrees if the Yacht sustains a mechanical breakdown or is disabled by any cause after delivery that prevents the use of the Yacht, and if the breakdown is not brought about by any act or default of the Charterer, the Owner will make a pro-rate return of the charter fee for time that the Yacht was unfit for use. The Owner will not be responsible for any other consequential loss or damage. DELIVERY AND RETURN OF THE YACHT: The Owner will deliver the Yacht at the boarding port in proper working order and outfitted/equipped appropriately for a Yacht of her size and type, in clean and good condition and ready for service. The Yacht will be delivered to Charterer with fuel, water tanks topped off, and pumped out. It is the Charterer’s responsibility to examine the Yacht and all equipment before departure and bring any issues that were ascertainable by due diligence to the attention of the Owner. No refunds will be granted for issues that are not discussed prior to departure. If it is impossible for the Owner to deliver the Yacht due to causes beyond their control, and If delivery cannot be made within 24 hours of the start of the charter period, then this agreement may be cancelled by the Charterer and all money paid in advance will be returned. If the Charterer is not present or not ready to accept delivery of the Yacht at the specified time and place, for whatever reason, the Owner reserves the right to set the time of delivery within a 24-hour period. The Charterer is responsible for allowing sufficient time for unforeseen contingencies to permit return to the port on time. If you cannot return the Yacht to the time/place stipulated, you agree to pay a pro-rated fee to the Owner for the time that the delivery is delayed plus any losses (including lost charter income) that the Owner may have sustained due to the delay. The Charterer agrees to surrender the Yacht at or before the expiration date/time of this charter at the release port, free and clear of any debts that may have been incurred by the Charterer. The Charterer agrees to keep the Yacht in good running order and condition, and in substantially the same condition as when they accepted delivery with only reasonable wear and tear as to be expected. The Charterer is responsible for the cleaning fee. Cleaning fees are quoted on page one of this agreement. Your damage deposit also serves as a cleaning deposit. While it is not expected that you do a deep cleansing of the boat inside and out, it must be returned in respectable condition for our cleaning crew: dishes washed, trash gathered, food removed, and dirty linens gathered. The use of spray-on sun lotions of any kind is not allowed to be used on the boat as they can stain the gelcoat and fabrics. Additionally, marine waste systems are not designed to receive paper or hygiene products of ANY kind and clog easily. The charterer is responsible that all guests aboard dispose of all paper and hygiene products in the waste bins, not the toilet. The Charterer agrees to allow the Owner to pay a fee of up to $1000 if excessive cleaning or toilet servicing is required. Notice will be given by the Owner to the Charterer prior to any charges taking place. Initials: _________ The Yacht will be delivered to Charterer with fuel, water tanks topped off, and pumped out. The Multi-Day Charterer agrees to return the yacht with full fuel and water and with holding tanks pumped out at their expense or they agree to the option of having us refuel and pump-out at a cost of $50 plus the price of the fuel (TBD) and $25 per holding tank needing pump out. This will be charged to the Charterer’s credit card provided. For Single Day Charters, the flat fee for refueling and pump-out will be $25/ 2 hours, $50 for Half Day (4 Hours), $100 for Full Day. AUTHORITY FOR OPERATION OF THE YACHT: As a bareboat demise charter, the Owner will give full authority regarding the management of the Yacht to the Charterer for the charter term. Although the Charterer will have full control of the yacht, a Captain is required to be hired, that Captain will be the sole judge as to whether it is reasonable and safe to operate the Yacht at any given time or to any given place. Subject to the above, the captain and the crew will do their best to respond to all reasonable requests of the Charterer. If at any time during the charter period, the Charterer wishes to release/fire the captain that they hired for any reason, the Charterer must contact the Owner prior to letting the captain leave to arrange a suitable replacement. RULES OF USE: The Charterer will restrict the cruising of the Yacht to the hours of day from one hour after sunrise to one hour before sunset. Dinghy use in harbors is permitted after dark with use of appropriate lights and safety gear. The Charterer will restrict the cruising area to the Chesapeake Bay and Tributaries. The Charterer will not leave the Yacht unattended overnight except if severe weather conditions make it necessary to depart. You must immediately advise the Owner of such action; however, in such cases you are still responsible for ensuring that the Yacht is properly safe and secure. The Charterer agrees that the Yacht will be used exclusively for pleasure and will not transport merchandise or carry passengers for pay (without prior written approval from the Owner), engage in trade, participate in races, or in any way violate the laws of the United States or any other government within the jurisdiction of which the Yacht may be. No drugs or illegal substances may be carried or used on board the Yacht. The Charterer further certifies that they will not operate the vessel while under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances or permit any other person to operate it in such condition. No pets or other animals are allowed aboard the Yacht without the permission of the Owner. The Charterer agrees to pay dockage and other port charges incurred during the Charter period. There is NO SMOKING on the yacht. Not on the bow, not on the transom, there is nowhere on board where smoking is allowed. You will be imposed an additional cleaning fee for odor or burns. No spray sunscreen or tanning lotion is allowed No red wine is allowed. Opening of Champaign bottles will be done in open air areas to prevent roof damage or upholstery damage 11.Failure to comply with any of the rules above may result in immediate termination of the charter with forfeiture of all monies paid. LIABILITY For charter periods in which a pre-approved Captain is aboard, the Charterer is not relieved of liability under section 5 and 6 of this agreement and will still be responsible for damage or loss to the Yacht, dinghy/motor, and equipment, caused by the Charterer or their party. Make sure all members of the Charter party understand how to use the equipment aboard (heads, safety equipment, stove/oven, grill, etc.). The Owner, Captain and their insurance underwriters accept no responsibility or liability for accidents, injuries, or death due to swimming, or the use of snorkels, masks, or other equipment such as SCUBA equipment, whether it is provided by the Owner or the Charterer. The Charterer agrees that the Owner of the Yacht, and the company (to include Jennifer Pasmore, Captains, Brokers or Agents of the vessel or company), Liberty Marina, and the insurance underwriters will not be responsible for liability to you, your crew, or your personal belongings. The Charterer agrees that any controversy or claim related to this contract will be settled by arbitration in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association. The arbitration will be held in the City of Annapolis, in the State of Maryland. Judgement upon the award rendered may be entered in any Court having jurisdiction. If any court action is filed in relation to this agreement, the unsuccessful party in the action will pay the successful party the award in addition to all other fees/costs incurred by the successful party during the action to include attorney fees and costs. The Owner accepts no liability for Acts of God, Acts of War, or similar events. The Owner makes no representation other than those contained in this agreement. To the true and faithful performance of the afore going agreement, the said parties hereto bind themselves, their heirs, personal representatives, and assigns, each to the other.