Columbus Day REGATTA Special 60 Ft Yacht W/Hot Tub
PLEASE READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION FOR ON BOARD FEES AND CRUISE OPTIONS. See the MASTERPLAN on WHNY TV at ********** Columbus Day Regatta (October 10-12) is the biggest "Party on the water" of the year in Miami. If you dream of the "Yacht Party" experience, there is nothing better than being on a huge yacht with friends at the Columbus Day Regatta. Even better, IN A HOT TUB on a huge yacht at the Columbus Day Regatta. This Yacht has the biggest BOW in the biz. Her flybridge sits 13 comfortably and with a 360 degree view 20 ft above sea level. Cocktail table and lots of seating. This Yacht is known in Miami for having lots of spaces to hang out and party. Include Party lights and a Hot Tub on the back and you've got the perfect yacht for a perfect weekend. We were Voted "The Best Bachelorette Yacht Party in Miami 2019" If You Dream It, We Make It Happen. Let's GO!!! ((WHAT'S INCLUDED)) - US Coast Guard Licensed Master Captain - 1St Mate (Crew) - Fuel - Cleaning - HOT TUB INSTALLED ($800 Value - Included) - Private Kitchen, Cabin and Bathroom - Cooler filled with Ice - Bottle Water - Soda - Stand Up Paddle Board - Large Floating Island - Inflatable Water Toys - Snorkeling Masks - Life Jackets - Professional DJ Lights - Professional DJ Bluetooth Speaker You won’t find a better seat in the house. Additional Available Services: Bartender - $60 per hr Massage Therapist - $60 per hr Catering - $30 per person minimum 10 Private Chef / Server- $60 per hr Limousine - $200 per trip Male Entertainment (2) - $300 per hr Private Jet - Ask for quote Sea Plane - Ask for quote Please inquire after booking for additional services available. ((SCHEDULES)) 8 HRS / 12 Noon to 8pm 10 HRS / 12 Noon to 10pm ((PAYMENTS)) - Your online booking fee is paid online. - Captain, Mate, Fuel and Cleaning is paid separately in addition to the online booking fee. $275 per hour and will be paid directly to the Captain upon arrival with Cash or using Zelle. Total for 8 Hrs $3600 Total for 10 hrs $4500 ((SUGGEST TO BRING)) -Towels -Sunscreen -Bathing suit -Change of clothes -Hat -Sunglasses -Prepared Food and Drinks -Alcohol is allowed (no red wine please) -Side dishes, appetizers, snacks, etc. -Plasticware, paper plates, napkins and cups -Music (We have bluetooth speakers) ((ATTIRE)) Casual boating attire. Bathing suit, towel, change of clothes. Barefoot is best to walk around to the boat. ((GUESTS)) All cruises may be up to 13 people. If your group is over 6 passengers, the conditions of a "Bareboat Charter" apply. If you're not familiar with the term "Bareboat Charter, don't worry, we will explain it to you and insure that your cruise is in accordance with the law. The Yacht picks up at 404 NW 3rd St, Miami, FL 33128 Adventure awaits. Thank you, Captain Anthony DeNito Cancellation Policy / Poor Weather Cancelation Policy: Once you have booked your cruise, your deposit is non refundable unless the morning of your cruise date, NOAA reports more than 70% chance of rain or 25 MPH winds. If you need to cancel due to scheduling changes, the yacht owner may allow you to reschedule your cruise within 12 months or sell your reservation. The owner may also issue a full or partial refund if the yacht can be rebooked for the same date and times.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 13 guests
- Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
Choosing the right Captain is as important as choosing the right boat. It will be the difference between a good day on the water and a great day on the water. We are completely Coast Guard Compliant and safety oriented. Creating lifetime memories and good times is our commitment to you. You'll love cruising and partying with us. Captain Anthony is a 100 TON Master Captain.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Climate Control
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Air Conditioning
- Watersports Equipment
- Wheel steering
- Twin Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
This Agreement is for Captain for Hire as the Client rented the bare boat. By booking the vessel through this webpage and/or Miami Cruise Yacht Charters, Inc ("Company"), Client agrees that he/she has read the terms, comprehends the wording, and voluntarily and knowingly agrees as follows: 1.BookingProcess. In order to book the vessel for a particular date and time (the”Trip"), Client agrees to remit a $500.00deposit ("InitialDeposit"). Said Deposit is fully refundable, if client cancels the Trip, for any reason, at least 5 full calendar days prior to Trip. If Client cancels the Trip, for any reason, within 5 days of the Trip client agrees to forfeit the full amount of the Initial Deposit. However, if Client wishes to re-book the Trip within 90 days, said Initial Deposit shall be applied as a credit towards the future re-booked Trip (if Client fails to re-book and take the Trip within the 90 day period, the Initial Deposit becomes automatically and forever waiver by the Client and becomes non-refundable). If on the day of the Trip, Client cancels the Trip due to poor weather conditions (as defined by winds in excess of 20 mph and/or 70% chance of rain as defined by noaa.gov, on that given day during the times of the charter, Client agrees to a refund of 100% of the Initial Deposit or may reschedule the trip at a later date. In the event the vessel is out of service due to mechanical issues or the Company determines the weather is unsatisfactory and/or unsafe (in its sole discretion), the Company shall cancel the Trip and Client may receive a full refund with no penalty or may choose reschedule the trip. In the event, the Company cancels the Trip as set forth herein, Client's sole recourse is the return of the Initial Deposit and no additional liability and/or recourse is available to Client or any third party, for any reason, whatsoever. 2 . Client agrees that he/she is responsible for the behavior and actions of his/her/its guests. Client agrees that no illegal activity (or contraband) of any kind is/are allowed to be performed and/or brought on to the vessel by Client or his guests. Client further acknowledges that any damages caused by Client and/or his/her/its guests to the vessel or otherwise, are the sole legal responsibility of Client and his/her/its guests and not that of the Company. Furthermore, Client agrees to indemnify Company to the fullest possible extent (including legal fees, costs and damages) in the event a claim or legal proceeding is commenced against Company for any reason whatsoever, relating to Client's guests. Client specifically agrees to obtain insurance to cover any liabilities to him/her/its self, its party, and any third party for any and all claims, for any reason, whatsoever. 3. In the event damage to the vessel is caused by Client or his party, Client is jointly and severally liable for said damage. In the event of such damage, Company shall notify Client, via Client’s email, within 24 hours of the Trip return and describe said damage, including remitting pictures, if applicable. Client agrees that he/she has 48 hours of the return Trip, to return to the vessel to inspect such damage and claims made by Company. Failure of Client to return within said period to make an inspection of Company's claims shall act as a complete bar to refute such claims. 4. Client and any person, corporation or other entity to whom, with Company’s consent, Client expressly direct the charges in any way incurred under this Agreement (“Charges”) to be billed, are jointly and severally liable for payment of all charges. If Client directs Charges to be billed to any person, corporation, or other entity, Client represents that Client is authorized to do so. Charges not paid on time as required by this Agreement may be subject to a late payment fee. There may also be Charges for a fee for any check used for payment of Charges that is returned to Company unpaid or for any credit, charge, debit/check or stored value/prepaid/gift card charges which are not honored by the card issuer. Payment for all charges is due at or before the completion of the Trip in cash or by a credit card, debit/check card or other device acceptable to Company. Client may be required to present a debit/check card at the commencement of the Trip and agree to permit Company to bill Charges to that card. Charges not known by Company at the completion of the Trip are payable by Client, or by the person or corporation or other entity to whom such charges are to be billed, immediately upon receipt of an invoice therefore or by calling to the credit charge or debit/check card presented at the time of Trip, even if cash, another credit, charge or debit/check card, or a stored value/prepaid/gift card, was used to pay for charges at the completion of the Trip. The payment of Charges by use of credit, charge, debit/check or stored value/prepaid/gift card is governed by the terms of your agreement with the card issuer. IF YOU PRESENT A CREDIT, CHARGE CARD OR DEBIT/CHECK CARD AT THE COMMENCEMENT OR BEFORE THE TRIP, CLIENT AUTHORIZE COMPANY TO RESERVE CREDIT WITH, OR OBTAIN AN AUTHORIZATION FROM, THE CARD ISSUER AT THE TIME IN AN AMOUNT THAT IS UP TO $500.00 GREATER THAN THE ESTIMATED CHARGES. If Client uses a debit or check card to qualify for a Trip, Company will not be liable for overdraft charges, or any other losses or liabilities, which Client may incur in the event Client overdraws his/her/its account after COMPANY receives this authorization. If the authorization obtained at the commencement of the Trip exceeds the actual Charges incurred in connection with the Trip, there may be a delay between the time the Charges are received by Client's card issuer and the time that the card issuer release the excess. COMPANY may process one or more vouchers or payment slips for all actual charges at or following the completion of the Trip. 5. Client and his Party acknowledges that boating, swimming, diving, and related activities may pose potentially serious risks of injuries to their participants including, injury or death as a result of Client or Client's guests negligence, the negligence of others, or through no fault of Company or anyone else, because of the nature of the activity in which Client or his guest may engage. Client also, understands that weather and nature, are often unpredictable and difficult to control. Company, (which is hereby expressly includes vessel owner, vessel captain and crew, staff, their agents, employees, members, officers, directors), are not liable for any injury (or loss of any type) to, or the death of, a participant during the Trip, for any reason whatsoever. Client and his Party expressly assume the risk of injury or death due to their own negligence, negligence of Company or the negligence of any third-party. Client acknowledges the foregoing, and is a complete and utter inducement for the Company to allow Client and his Party to participate in Trip and on the vessel. Client and his/her/its party hereby unequivocally waive and/or release any and all rights, claims, and/or suits, in any and all form, that Client or Client’s guests or their heirs may have to make a claim against Company arising from any damages, injury, or death which Client or Client’s guests might sustain or which might occur on vessel or during Trip. Client and Client’s guests further agree to indemnify (to the fullest extent of the law, including attorney fees, costs and damages) and hold harmless Company against any claims which Client or Client’s guests might make or which might be made on Client or Client guests’ behalf by others or which might be made against Company by others, arising from Trip and/or vessel. By freely and voluntarily booking the Trip, Client acknowledges that he/she knowingly, freely and voluntarily gives up all legal claims provided in this hold harmless agreement and has provided its/his/her guests with a copy of these terms and that they have agreed to same. Client further agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Company from any and all losses, claims, damages and liabilities, joint or several, to which Company may become subject under any applicable law or suit related to or arising out of this agreement and/or Trip. Client will reimburse Company for all fees and expenses (including reasonable counsel fees and expenses) as they are incurred in connection with the investigation of, preparation for, and defense of any pending or threatened claim or any action or proceeding arising therefrom, whether or not Company, as the Indemnified Party is a party and/or the prosecution and defense of any counter claims, cross claims, and third party claims arising therefrom or related thereto. This paragraph is valid and enforceable even if the Client or its/his/her guests are the party instituting the action and Company is a named Defendant. Client and his Party shall, at its own expenses purchase insurance to cover any and all claims for any reason whatsoever that may arise out of the Trip and failure to do so is a material breach of the understanding of the parties. For purposes of this part, proper insurance policy in effect, which shall cover any and all damage or losses to Client, its/his/her party, the vessel, the Company or any third parties resulting from any act associated with the contemplated Trip. Should the above insurance carrier deny said coverage, Client, any corporate entity and/or any authorized representatives shall be joint and severally liable for any and all costs (including attorney fees and costs) due to loss or damage. Client and his/her/its guests are responsible for any and all loss of or damage, of any kind, resulting from any cause including, but not limited to, theft, vandalism, seizure, or acts of god regardless of fault. Not with standing the foregoing waiver language herein, the Client and his party can only claim damages, if allowed, to the maximum amount actually paid to Company for the Trip. Moreover, it’s agreed that if a claim for negligence is made, for any reason, said negligence must not be simple negligence but rise to the level of gross negligence. 6. Client grants Company a limited power of attorney to present claims for damage or loss to the Client's insurance carrier. 7. In no event shall Company, its subsidiaries or affiliates, or their respective officers, directors, employees, representatives or agents be liable for special, incidental, consequential, punitive, indirect, or other special damages, including but not limited to, loss of profits, however caused, whether for breach of contract, negligence, or otherwise, and whether or not we have been advised of the possibility of any such damages. Notwithstanding the foregoing waiver, Client further agrees that any and all claims shall be made solely against the corporate entity and not against any of its officers, directors, employee, members, representatives and/or agents. 8. Client acknowledges that it is the responsibility of the Client and its Guests that all personal belongings, including, but not limited to money, phones, wallet and jewelry be removed from the vessel prior to departure of the vessel. Client further acknowledges that the Company and its staff are not responsible for any missing, lost or stolen items. Client further indemnifies Company and its staff against any and all claims that Company would be liable to defend. 9. Client acknowledges that it gives full and complete consent for Client and Clients' Guests to have their picture and/or audio/video taken and further published on any social media site or to any third party or to be used in marketing materials distributed publicly. Client further indemnifies Company and its staff for which Company would be liable to defend in relation to this matter. 10. If Company requires the use of an attorney to enforce any provision of this Agreement, including but not limited to collection of any money owed, client shall pay all attorney fees, costs and expenses for such enforcement (up to and including the appellate level). This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida, and venue of any action hereunder shall lie solely with the courts in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida, to which jurisdiction each of the parties agrees to submit for the purposes of any litigation involving this Agreement. Florida law to be applied in any litigation and/or interpretation hereunder. 11. This agreement is intended to be a valid contract. If a court of competent jurisdiction finally determines any part of this agreement to be unenforceable, then the remainder of this agreement shall be severed from the agreement and shall be enforceable. 12.Acceptance of the terms and conditions herein are a condition precedent and inducement to Company entering into the Trip contemplated herein and but for the terms herein agreed to by Client and Client's party, Company would not engage in this agreement. 13.This Agreement constitutes the complete agreement between the parties and incorporates all prior discussions, agreements, and representations made in regard to the matters set forth here. Accordingly, a claim for fraud, in any form may not be alleged. This Agreement may not be amended, modified, or changed except by a writing signed by the party to be charged by the amendment, change, or modification.