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Rules & Regulations on Yachts

Welcome Aboard! We are privileged & delighted to receive your booking!
We will do our best to give you an awesome experience!

Below are some basic pointers that you should keep in mind to help you plan your trip better.

1. Important

Guests should reach atleast 15-20 mins before the charter time to avoid delays.

A maximum of 10mins extra will be provided in case of guests reaching late. In case of further delay from guests, the boat will still have to be handed back at the agreed time, as the boat would have another booking after you and guests would be waiting.

2. F&B

In case you are getting your own, fret not, we will do our best to make your experience comfortable.

3. While On-Board

The cabins on the yachts can be solely used only for overnight stay charters. However, during regular (hourly) charters, some of the cabins can be used only for washroom purpose.

Clothing – Clothes should be convenient and comfortable. High heels and pointed shoes should be avoided.

Shoes off – It is customary on board a luxury yacht to abide by the “bare feet” rule. High heels can scratch and damage the teak decking whereas black soles can leave unsightly scuff marks inside the cabins. Plus it’s a lot more fun and gives you a relaxed feeling.

Belongings – Take care, they’re rare! They company, yacht and its crew are not responsible for safety of personal belongings of their guests like phones, bags, wallets etc. Please ensure you keep them safe and secure.

Captain – the captain will always have the final say for everything on board. Please remember his decisions are final to ensure safety of guests and the yacht.

Smoking – Only outside in open areas, not allowed inside cabins or saloon areas.

Drugs – There is absolutely no tolerance for drug use on board our yachts.

Damages – If it’s broken its considered sold. Any damages caused due to guests will have to be borne by them.

Kindly note: No refund for cancellations made during weekends, festive, international tourist season and peak periods.