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Enjoy a day cruising with friends and family on the open water, explore local scenery, and experience the beautiful Florida weather! Charter this amazing Sea Ray Sedan combining comfort & style for up to 12 people. We love being on the water, and can’t wait to share our experience with you! *Pricing Options* Hourly Price: $550 per hour in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. Deposit: $500 refundable deposit, charged post-rental if damages occur *What to Expect* Charter/Rental for the allotted duration Pick up and drop off at the location, walkthrough of the watercraft Bring comfortable swimwear, sunscreen, towels, charger, etc. USCGA life vests and safety equipment on board Send us a request to see if we are available on your preferred date. 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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You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Security Deposit: We do not charge a security/damage deposit but you, the charterer, are responsible for any damages caused by you or other passengers during your charter. You will be offered a walk-thru of the vessel prior to the charter and again at the end of the charter. Prices and Fees: Once you have paid for your charter and provided the signed contract, your price is locked in and will not be adjusted if the advertised pricing is adjusted. Prices are subject to change without notice. Periodically, we offer special pricing, these prices are offered for a limited time and are not available for any US holidays. Once a charter is paid and reserved, the price cannot be changed. Cancellation Policy: Once you have scheduled a date and payment has been made for your booking reservation, no refunds will be given. There is a $500 fee to reschedule your charter if you submit a written request and it is accepted within 7 busines days of the charter and it is permitted by the yacht schedule. All reschedule notifications must be in writing either via text or email. The reschedule notification must include a new date and time and is subject to availability. Your request must be verified and accepted prior to 7 days of your contracted charter. The reschedule date is subject to availability of the boat and crew. Failure to allow enough time for the change is not the fault of ours , its representatives or the owner of the vessel. Rescheduling is valid for up to 1 year from the original date of charter; change dates will not be accepted for more than one year from the original contracted charter date. Once the change has been verified and accepted, you will receive a written acceptance. No other changes may be made once you have rescheduled the charter for a later date. Please select your change date and time accordingly. Requests for additional changes after one will require a new booking and new deposit. Rescheduling within 7 days of your charter may result in the loss of your deposit and require a new booking and new deposit. Failure to appear on your booked date or to reschedule, prior to your booked charter, will result in the loss of the value of your experience and your deposit will be forfeited. No refunds or extra time will be authorized for late arrivals or no shows. In the event your experience is canceled due to a named storm as per the National Hurricane Center you may reschedule your experience. All sales are final. No substitutions and no refunds. Weather Related Cancellation Policy: Miami is located in a tropical environment and it is not uncommon to experience rain showers. The contract cannot be cancelled due to weather conditions unless it is the result of a named storm as per the National Hurricane Center or the captain declares the weather unsafe. Most of our vessels have XM Weather capabilities and our captains are trained in radar and navigation; if safe, the vessel can navigate around many rain cells. Number of Passengers: As per the US Coast Guard regulations, all privately owned yachts for charter in the United States are limited to a maximum capacity of 13 passengers plus crew. The regulation issued in 1993 is named the Passenger Vessel Safety Act of 1993. We cannot accept more than 13 passengers onboard, no matter the size of the vessel or the age of the passenger. In other words, all human beings count towards the 13 passenger limitation. We cannot and will not accept more than 13 passengers, simply…it is against the law. NOTICE: Management/Captain reserves the right to refuse admittance to, or eject from the premises, any persons failing to comply with any safety regulations or terms of the contract. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who is hostile, aggressive, obnoxious or drunk. Charter Times: We do not have set charter times. We allow each charterer to select the time that best fits their needs. However, we do include a required safety briefing which lasts approximately 15 minutes at the start of the charter. This safety briefing is included in your charter time. Additionally, we allocate approximately 15 minutes at the end of the charter to allow for disembarkation and is included in your charter time. Failure to disembark within the allotted 15 minutes at the dock will result in additional charges for time overage of your charter. Your charter time begins promptly at the beginning of your contracted time. If you fail to arrive on time, the vessel will be waiting for you. No refunds or extra time will be authorized for late arrivals. No refunds for no-shows. If you fail to show, then your charter experience will be considered complete and your charter fee will be forfeited. If the schedule permits for your charter to be extended, a fee will be determined by the captain and due prior to the extension. Charterer’s Responsibilities: The Charterer assumes all responsibility for any injury, death or property that may be the fault of, or occasioned by the negligence of the Charterer, his guests or servants. The Charterer hereby assumes complete possession and operational control of the vessel and assumes the rights and liabilities of ownership for the vessel during the charter period. The yacht broker, yacht owner and insurance underwriters accept no responsibility or liability for accidents, injuries or death due to swimming, snorkeling, or any other water sports equipment including, but not limited to, kayaks, wave runners (jet skis), tubes or knee boards – whether or not it is supplied by the Owner, Broker, Agent, or Charterer. The Charterer agrees to limit the total number of passengers on board the vessel to the maximum number of THIRTEEN as per the USCG regulations (some vessels accommodate less than 13 and this will be stipulated on the contract.) The Charterer assumes full responsibility for any possessions brought onboard, whether owned, borrowed, leased or rented; knowingly or unknowingly (including drugs brought on by charterer’s invited guests.) Furthermore, Charterer assumes full responsibility to assure that all possessions are taken off the vessel at disembarkation. The Owner and/or broker assumes no responsibility for any possessions brought on the vessel or left onboard by the Charterer or Charterer’s Guests. The Charterer further agrees to indemnify and save the Owner and/or Agent harmless from any and all liabilities for loss, damage, accident, or injury to himself or third persons, occasioned by the negligence of the Charterer or those employed by charterer. Vessel Damages: In the event of damage related to abuse or mistreatment of vessel, damage expenses may be billed to the Charterer and will be due before disembarkation. Charterer will be offered a pre-inspection at the beginning of the charter and a post-inspection of the vessel prior to disembarkation. If the vessel owner permits smoking onboard, smoking is only permitted in outside areas. There will be no smoking below decks. Restrictions Onboard: The owner has the right to limit certain activities on board their vessel. If a yacht is going to be used in a commercial video, the nature of the video must be disclosed prior to contract, allowing the owner to approve of their vessel being used in the video. Use of beds is limited to overnight guests only. If beds are used on day charters, there will be a $500 cleaning and sanitation fee. Smoking, if allowed, will be limited to outside areas of the vessel. Absolutely no smoking below deck. Red wine is not permitted. Grilling aboard vessels equipped with grills is limited to guests chartering for 6 hours or longer. No pets. No Firearms. No Fireworks. No underage drinking. No drinking prior to operating any jet ski. Illegal Substances and Illegal Activities: If the Charterer is involved in any illegal form of smuggling or illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia or contraband, all money paid will be forfeited and the charter will end abruptly. All guests will be required to disembark from vessel at nearest dock. Captain will radio the US Coast Guard, FWC Law Enforcement, and/or local police to notify of illegal drugs onboard. If the captain suspects that a guest onboard is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they will not be permitted to operate jet skis. This is solely at the captain’s discretion. Jet Skis/Waverunners: Anyone born on or after January 1, 1988 who operates a vessel powered by 10 horsepower or more must pass an approved boater safety course and have in his/her possession photographic identification and a boating safety education identification card issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission or a National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) approved licensed from your home state. Each person operating, riding on, or being towed behind a personal watercraft must wear an approved non-inflatable Type I, II, III, or V personal flotation device (PFD). Inflatable PFDs are prohibited for personal watercraft use. Maneuvering a personal watercraft by weaving through congested vessel traffic, jumping the wake of another vessel unreasonably close or when visibility around the vessel is obstructed, or swerving at the last possible moment to avoid collision is classified as reckless operation of a vessel (a first-degree misdemeanor). A person must be at least 14 years of age to operate a personal watercraft in Florida. A person must be at least 18 years of age to rent a personal watercraft in Florida. It is unlawful for a person to knowingly allow a person under 14 years of age to operate a personal watercraft (a second-degree misdemeanor). or more information visit the FWC Boating Education Requirements FAQ’s If a jet ski/waverunner provided with a yacht charter is included in the sale price, in the event of a break down, the crew will do their best to repair the ski on the water. If the ski cannot be repaired, no discount or refund will be authorized. Unfortunately, all things break down for all kinds of reasons. If the jet ski is misused or abused by the charterer or charterer’s guests during the charter, either by disobeying the rules of operation, or flooding the ski with salt water, or “turtling” the ski, the charterer will be responsible for any repairs needed to the ski. The charterer agrees to pay for any damages before disembarkation. If the captain suspects that a guest onboard is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they will not be permitted to operate the jet ski. This is solely at the captain’s discretion.