Terms & Conditions
Skipper’s Boating Resume:
It is a requirement of our underwriters that, for every charter booking, we have on file, a current resume of the boating experience of the skipper taking charge of the vessel. This needs to be completed at time of reservation. This can be found: http://www.nanaimoyachtcharters.com/boating-request-skipper-resume/
The charter reservation is confirmed by a 35% deposit of the total charter fee (by credit card -Mastercard/Visa – or by bank deposit/e transfer) Balance is due 60 days before the charter start date. (by bank draft/ direct deposit/wire transfer/ e transfer or cheque in CANADIAN DOLLARS)
Refundable Security Deposit:
At time of check in at the office, a refundable security deposit is taken (in the form of a credit card imprint). This is to cover the insurance deductible in the case of damage/loss to the vessel, the dinghy, outboard and other equipment related to the vessel. On return of the vessel, a thorough inspection on board and below the waterline is made and if there is no damage, the credit card imprint is destroyed.
Yacht Pricing and tax: All prices are in Canadian dollars and are subject to change without notice. All prices listed on the website are exclusive of Canadian taxes; 5% General sales tax (GST) and 7% Provincial sales tax (PST)
If for some reason you need to cancel your booking with us, the following applies:
• 89 days or more before departure date: refund of deposit less $350 (plus applicable taxes) administration fee
• 89-59 days before departure: a charge of 25% of the total charter fee will apply (plus applicable taxes)
• Less than 60 days before departure: the rain check policy will apply
A $250 change/rebooking fee maybe applied.
Rain check Policy guarantees that all our clients have the opportunity to re-book their charter at a later date should they be unable to fulfill their dates booked, minus the administration fee.
* We strongly suggest that all of our guests consider the purchase of travel insurance for protection against cancellation penalties and many other unforeseeable circumstances such as an emergency medical evacuation. For more information follow this link.