Clasship 1 -
Rates & Terms
| Caribbean Summer 2010/2011 (Per Week)
| Up to 6
| 7 guests
| 8 guests
| 9 guests
| 10 guests
| 11 guests
| 12 guests
· Plus local taxes, Xmas / New Years: plus 10%
· Terms and conditions apply
What’s included in the
The price above includes the following:
- Exclusive use of Clasship 1 for up to 12 guests
(subject to crew numbers required)
- The services of the crew
- Full board on boat to include breakfast, lunch and
evening meal s
- All soft drinks and local alcoholic drinks.
- Diesel for 4 hours per day motor sailing.
- Diesel for 4 hours per day generator use.
- All drinking water , gas and electricity on board
- All bed linen and beach towels
- Use of equipment including
included in the price
The price above does
not include the following:
- Flights and transfers (although we can arrange
transfers to and from the yacht )
- Mooring fees –other than the first night.
- Non local Alcoholic beverages such as fine wines and
- Any tourist taxes levied by governments
- Personal travel insurance
Most holidays run from Saturday
to Saturday although it may be possible to accommodate other days of the week depending on
adjacent charters. We cannot guarantee that the yacht will be ready to accept guests until 1700 on
your arrival date although we will do our utmost to allow you to board as soon as you arrive.
Charter Terms explained
It is important, in order to
budget correctly for a charter, to understand the terms under which the yachts operate. Please
don’t be confused by these terms. We will gladly explain in more detail. An outline of the terms
is as follows:-
EMT - Eastern
As with SEMT, the Charter Fee
includes the charter of the yacht with all its equipment in working order, tools, stores, spares,
etc., the crew's wages and the insurance of the yacht for marine risk and third party claims and
the crew for employer's liability insurance.
The Charter Fee also includes fuel for
up to four hours cruising per day, full board for the guests (breakfast, lunch and dinner), food
for the crew, berthing dues and other harbour charges (except Corinthian Canal dues), including
water and/or electricity taken from the shore. The arrangements about fuel charges sometimes vary.
The Charterer will be charged extra,
at cost to the yacht, for all other expenses, These include fuel for the ski-boats or other
tenders, evening meal, if taken on board, wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks for the Charterers,
other consumable stores, berthing and harbour expenses outside the yacht's normal cruising area,
laundry, telephone, fax or telex via Satcom, Radio Telephone costs, hire costs of special
equipment placed on board at the request of the Charterer.
SCT - Standard Caribbean
Terms; Caribbean Terms Inclusive (CTI)
The Charter Fee includes all expenses
listed under MYBA-WMT and SEMT plus all food. Some yachts also include wine and bar,
excluding vintage wines and champagne.
In the Caribbean this is normally
referred to as 'All inclusive (Full board, vessel fully equipped with fuel and staff), but
excluding bar, communications and cruising taxes, if any'. [Extras include:
communications (your use of the yacht's satellite or mobile phone), marina-type berthing,
rendezvous diving, shore excursions, cruising tax.
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