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Delphia Escape 800

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    Beam: 2.9 m
    Water: 130 l
    Draft: 0.47 m
    Fuel: 65 l
    Engine: 30 HP
    Bow thruster
    Boat hook
    Life jackets
    Life belts
    Distress flares box
    First aid kit
    Fire extinguisher
    Under deck
    Battery charger
    220 volt socket
    Hot water
    Holding tank
    Galley equipment
    Stove - gas
    Electric fridge

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    SailingEurope - Navigatio Europae d.o.o.



    1.     The Purpose

    These General Terms & Conditions for Yacht Charter (hereinafter: Terms) regulate mutual rights and obligations related to services of accommodation on vessels - yacht charter. The vessels regulated by Terms (hereinafter: Vessels) are recreational vessels listed in the fleets of various charter fleet operators (hereinafter: Charter-Operators), while SailingEurope - Navigatio Europae d.o.o. Zagreb (hereinafter: SailingEurope) operates as Agency-Mediator for booking of those Vessels.

    These Terms and all stipulations stated in them shall be the subject of legal liability and be binding for the Client who charters the Vessels (hereinafter: Client). By confirming of the booking intention or paying the advance payment the Client confirms to agree with Terms.

    2.     Booking Confirmation

    From Client's
    side, the booking intention is confirmed when advance payment is paid by Client
    or Client's representative.

    From SailingEurope's side the booking will be
    confirmed when full amount of advance payment lands on its account and the
    booking confirmation from the Charter-Operator is obtained.

    3.     Payment Methods and Dynamics

    After the yacht charter reservation has been agreed, which will be effective in writing only, the payments are to be done according to amounts, dynamics and instructions stated in the Pro-forma Invoice and accompanying documentation which SailingEurope has sent to Client.

    The primary method of payment for the yacht charter is bank transfer. Client accepts to pay full costs of the bank transfer charges, and when making the
    payment should emphasize to his/her bank that all bank fees (of both outgoing and incoming bank) should be paid by Client. If Client fails to do so and SailingEurope
    is charged bank transfer fees, it will be considered that the payment is not fully settled and Client will need to settle the remaining amount.

    Exceptionally, SailingEurope may allow other methods of payment, but in such cases discounts for yacht charter services may decrease due to surcharges and fees connected
    with those alternative payment methods. Any such details shall be stated in the Pro-forma invoice and Client agrees to them if choosing the alternative payment method.

    The Vessel can be taken over only after the complete
    amount for yacht charter and all contracted extra services has been fully
    settled. If either advance payment or balance payment has not been fully
    settled until above stated deadlines, SailingEurope or Charter-Operator shall
    be entitled to cancel the Vessel's booking without any refunds to the Client.

    4.     The Price of Yacht

    The price
    for yacht charter shall include the following: the Vessel equipped according to
    the presently effective inventory-list, such as auxiliary boat with oars, gas...,
    as well as usual charter base services at the time of Vessel's delivery (check
    in/check out). Yacht charter price shall typically not include additional
    services such as food and beverages, fuel, costs for marina services and
    moorings, harbor dues, taxes, entrance tickets to parks, or any other
    additional services other than those explicitly stated as included in Vessel's
    equipment list. Yacht charter price includes VAT valid at the time of booking
    confirmation, however, should the relevant VAT rate be increased by law prior
    to beginning of charter, SailingEurope reserves the right to charge the VAT

    includes largest part of its processing services in the offered yacht charter
    price. However, in particular cases of bookings where SailingEurope has high
    processing costs, a small part of this cost may be charged to the Client as
    Operative Cost. In such cases, this Operative Cost will be separately stated
    and visible on the Pro-forma invoice.


    Additional services -

    services and extra equipment for which an extra payment shall be done
    (hereinafter: Extras) in accordance with the effective Price List of
    Charter-Operator (e.g. auxiliary engine, one-way options, transfers, genaker,
    skipper, etc.) should be requested by Client and agreed prior to booking

    may ask for addition of certain Extras even after the booking confirmation, and
    SailingEurope will undertake reasonable effort to organize provision of the
    newly requested Extras to the satisfaction of Client, and will inform the
    Client if it is possible to upgrade the booking with requested new Extras or
    not. Client acknowledges that SailingEurope is not obliged to provide newly
    requested Extras at that point in time.

    At the latest, all Extras must be confirmed by
    both sides in writing not later than 10 days prior to the beginning of the
    charter date. Only very exceptionally, SailingEurope can allow last minute
    confirmation of Extras in particular cases.

    Hiring a Skipper,
    Hostess, Cook or other professional Crew

    If Client
    requires a skipper and/or a hostess and/or a cook and/or other professional
    crew aboard, it would be necessary to point it out during the time of
    confirmation of charter reservation.

    If Client
    does not require a skipper, the copy of his/her skipper's license is to be sent
    on the occasion of Vessel's booking, for the verification and approval. If the
    license is not approved by Charter-Operator, the Client will be obliged to take
    a professional skipper.

    For some
    Vessels Charter-Operator may request that a professional skipper and/or other
    professional crew members are obligatory regardless of Client's licenses. This
    will be indicated at the time of arranging the booking.

    and Client's guests on board should treat the crew with proper professional
    respect, and should allow them a proper amount of daily rest. The food of the
    crew during the charter period is financial responsibility of Client, according
    to usual charter standards.


    7.     Crew List and Arrival Details

    Client must send a correctly filled Crew list, not later than 10 days prior to
    the first day of charter. The Client agrees that s/he is the main contracting
    party for the yacht charter, and that Client is responsible for the other
    guests on board.

    it is recommended to send an estimated time of arrival at least 10 days prior
    to the first day of charter, in order for the base staff to organize check-in
    procedure in as smooth way as possible. If Client has booked the transfer (e.g.
    from airport), then sending detailed arrival and departure information at least
    10 days in advance is obligatory.

    Client is
    responsible for the accuracy of delivered cCrew list information, as well as
    for validity of all passports, visas, licenses and other identification
    documents. Client and his guests aboard are responsible to obtain appropriate
    visas for all countries they travel to, if applicable.

    In particular, Client acknowledges that the
    sailing license is a very important document on-board and is legally
    responsible for its accuracy and trustworthiness.

    Cancellation by Client

    the charter of the booked Vessel be cancelled by Client, whatever the reasons
    may be, the Client shall be liable to inform SailingEurope per email about the
    cancellation without delay.

    shall be charged for the cancellation in the minimum amount of:

    • 35%
      of the total yacht charter price if a reservation has been cancelled more than
      2 months prior to the first charter day.

    • 65%
      of the total yacht charter price if a reservation has been cancelled more than
      1 month but less than 2 months prior to the first charter day.

    • 100%
      of the total charter price if a reservation has been cancelled less than a
      month prior to the first charter day. In this category of cancellations are
      also the situations when the Client does not come for the check-in (non-show-up
      case), or when the Client leaves the Vessel prior to the contracted check-out
      time (early-abandon case) - in all such cases the 100% cancellation fee
      applies and Client does not have a right for any refund.

    Also, if
    skipper was reserved and then cancelled by Client, skipper fee has to be paid
    nevertheless, according to the same percentages as listed above (35% of the
    total skipper price if skipper was cancelled more than 2 months prior to the
    first charter day, 65% for 1-2 months and 100% for less than 1 month). The same
    holds true also in case of a hostess or cook. Cancellation of skipper, hostess
    and cook is charged regardless of whether the Vessel booking has been cancelled
    or not.

    cancellation policy listed above reflects the most common practice in the yacht
    charter industry. However, in some cases it may occur that the Charter-Operator
    in its valid terms and conditions requires a higher percentage of cancellation
    fees. In such a case, the percentage requested by the Charter-Operator shall be

    In all
    cancellation cases, SailingEurope shall consider the receipt date of
    information on cancellation as a basis for the settlement of accounts of the
    cancellation costs. From this date, SailingEurope shall be entitled to make the
    Vessel free for bookings by other clients, and shall have no further
    obligations towards the Client related to the cancelled booking.



    Changes and

    the Client request a smaller change in the booking details (e.g. change of name
    or similar), an administrative fee of 45 EUR shall be charged to the Client.

    the Client request a change in the charter period of the booked Vessel, and/or
    a change of the vessel or base, or any other major change, SailingEurope
    reserves the right to charge for the cancellation of the original booking.
    Alternatively, SailingEurope may choose to grant the requested change to the
    Client without charging the cancellation of the original booking, however in
    such case an administrative fee of 300 EUR shall be charged to the Client.


    Cancellations by

    the booking be cancelled by Charter-Operator (e.g. due to severe damages on the
    reserved Vessel or other unforeseen circumstances occurring to the Vessel),
    then the Client will be remunerated by Charter-Operator according to valid
    Terms&Conditions of that Charter-Operator.

    what most Charter-Operators would offer to Client in such cases are:

    a) reservation of another
    Vessel of similar size and with similar features, from same fleet or from
    another fleet, if possible


    b) a refund
    of all amounts received from Client for the Vessel.

    acknowledges that in case when severe damages of the Vessel have occurred
    during the previous charters, or due to events such as Acts of God, neither SailingEurope
    nor Charter-Operator are objectively guilty for this, and thus Client shall aim
    to be cooperative towards finding appropriate alternative solution under the
    given circumstances.


    Security Deposit

    taking over the Vessel, the Client must give a security deposit (hereinafter:
    Deposit) in amount according to valid Price List of Charter-Operator. The Deposit
    may be given either in cash or with one of the credit cards accepted by Charter-Operator,
    all in accordance of the processes in the Charter-Operator's base. After the
    completion of yacht charter the whole Deposit shall be repaid to the Client,
    unless some Vessel damages or loss of equipment have occurred, or unless the
    Client or its Crew have not acted in accordance with these Terms and/or the
    valid terms of the Charter-Operator.

    if the damages or breach of Terms have occurred, then Deposit will be retained
    partly or fully, depending on size of the Damage or breach and depending on the
    details of policy of Charter-Operator. Some typical industry practices are

    • In case of a larger damage or breach, Deposit shall be kept in
      full and Client has no right for  its refund.

    • In case of a smaller damage or breach, Charter-Operator will
      keep the amount needed for the repairs and purchase of damaged or lost
      equipment, covering of intervention costs and/or handling costs, while the rest
      of the Deposit shall be refunded to Client.

    • In case if the Vessel will not be capable to go to next charter
      due to the incurred damages, the full Deposit shall be taken, due to the fact
      that Charter-Operator shall have expenses related to remunerating the next

    deposit is obligatory also in cases when Client hires a professional skipper
    from SailingEurope or Charter-Operator. In such a case the Deposit cannot be
    used for covering the costs which emerged due to skipper's negligence, bad
    operation of the Vessel or its equipment.

    In case
    if the damage has happened due to gross negligence of the Client, or behaviors
    such as sailing under influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, sailing
    single-handed or sailing at forbidden times or outside of approved areas, or
    participating in regattas without written approval of Charter-Operator, or similar
    serious breaches, the Client shall typically be liable even beyond the amount
    of the Deposit, including expenses connected to repairs and remunerations for
    lost charter income in the next weeks.



    to industry standards, charter vessels are normally insured, with deductible
    franchise. The insurance usually does not cover damages of personal property of
    clients and property brought to the vessel and a deliberately caused damage, or
    any damage caused by clients' lack of diligence.

    It is
    strongly recommended that, upon booking, Client and all crew-guests should
    contract adequate travel and health insurance packages for their travel


    13.    Taking over the Vessel /

    The Client is obliged, on the occasion of taking
    over the Vessel, to give to the representative of Charter-Operator a verified voucher with all Client's data and charter
    appointment, with an insight into the original document of the skipper's license.
    Also, identification documents (e.g. passports) of all guests on board must be
    provided for the purpose of re-checking the Crew list.

    On the occasion of taking over the Vessel the Client
    shall examine the inventory list with the representative of Charter-Operator, confirming the condition of the delivered Vessel with his
    signature. The same procedure shall be done with instruments aboard.

    Any possible Client's subsequent complaints would not
    be accepted if the Client confirmed that the Vessel was in order and that the Vessel's
    equipment was complete and in order as well.

    Should any of the Vessel's parts be damaged or lost
    during the previous charters, and if it is impossible to obtain the new Vessel
    parts prior to the date of the new charter, provided their loss will not
    seriously affect the security of navigation, it will not be possible for the
    Client to give up the charter or to demand a reduction of the charter price.
    Client acknowledges that such situations are not under influence of neither SailingEurope
    nor Charter-Operator, but are consequence of damages made by a previous client.

    Typically in yacht charter industry, the Vessel is
    to be delivered with full fuel and water tank, and it has to be returned to the
    charter base in the same state with a full fuel and water tank.

    Due to the fact that Vessels are expensive property
    and a certain level of skill is needed to operate them, Charter-Operator may require from Client (or their skipper) to demonstrate their
    navigation skills in presence of a representative of Charter-Operator. The costs for the stated demonstration (if any) shall be paid
    by Client and the time spent for testing shall be included in the charter
    period of the Vessel. Should it be considered that the Client (skipper) is not
    skilled enough, Charter-Operator shall hire an official skipper
    and the required costs for such a service shall be paid by Client according to
    the current Price List. If the Client refuses the assigned skipper, s/he will
    be forbidden for sail out, the charter contract shall be immediately terminated
    and the paid amount shall be kept without any rights of reimbursement.


    14.    Taking back the Vessel /

    On the occasion of returning the Vessel and re-checking
    the Vessel according to the inventory list, the fuel tank shall be examined
    too. If the fuel tank is not full, the Charter-Operator shall typically charge
    the Client for the fuel (calculated according to the maximum motor consumption
    for specific motor hours) plus a service fee. Also, Client shall pay for
    damages on a Vessel, if any damages are found during the Vessel's examination,
    as described in the 'Safety Deposit' section. Otherwise, if the Vessel is
    returned in a good state and a full fuel and water tank, the whole Deposit
    should be returned to the Client by Charter-Operator.

    Should the Client take back the Vessel to a port
    that is not stated in the contract as the destination port, the Client must pay
    all costs included in the Vessel's transport to the destination port, including
    all remuneration costs for the next client of the Vessel, plus a penalty fee
    set forth by Charter-Operator.

    Similarly, if Client is overdue, s/he will be fined
    according to the policy of Charter-Operator.

    Running behind schedule owing to weather conditions
    is not justified because it is necessary to keep the vessel at an appropriate
    distance from the charter base during the last 48 hours before the charter

    If the Client wishes to
    prolong the period of charter, whatever the reason may be, s/he should immediately
    inform SailingEurope about his/her intentions. SailingEurope shall in return
    inform the Client whether the desired prolongation is possible or not, and, if
    the prolongation is possible and confirmed, and the Client has paid for it,
    will organize for all the necessary paperwork for additional days (such as prolongation
    of the booking, prolongation of the crew list etc.).

    Sailing Area

    The basic
    sailing area of the Vessel is stated in registration documents of the Vessel in

    If the
    Client wants to sail outside the this basic sailing area, the Client shall be
    liable to inform SailingEurope about their intentions before booking
    confirmation, in order for the Vessel to be insured and registered for that
    occasion, and simultaneously the Client shall be charged for the stated additional
    insurance and registration costs, along with any extra costs that may arise for
    SailingEurope or Charter-Operator due to this request.

    may also request a higher Deposit in such cases.

    hereby agrees that, if sailing outside of the basic sailing area, the Client
    should be prepared to organize Vessel's maintenance and repairs on his own, and
    on his own cost, as most commonly the Charter-Operator maintenance and
    intervention services do not cover those areas. Charter-Operator shall advice
    the Clients on their processes in such cases.


    16.    Damages during yacht charter

    Should any damage emerge during the yacht charter
    owing to usual abrasion of Vessel's materials or ageing of equipment, Client
    should inform Charter-Operator
    without delay.

    If severe damages, engine troubles, loss of Vessel,
    personal injuries and similar incidents would happen, the Client is liable to
    inform Charter-Operator
    and SailingEurope about it without delay, and to obtain
    official minutes and certification on the emerged incident by other parties
    (e.g. port authority, physician, authorized expert, etc.).

    In all
    such cases, further procedure will be handled according to valid processes and
    Terms&Conditions of the Charter-Operator in question.

    Damages which were not reported and have no recorded
    minutes shall be considered to have emerged owing to the Client's negligence,
    and in such a case they have to be paid by the Client.   


    17.    Liabilities of Charter-Operator

    The Charter-Operator is responsible for the
    correctness of the accommodation (i.e. of the Vessel), investment maintenance,
    current maintenance, as well as preparation of the Vessel for charter.

    Charter-Operator is also responsible for organizing
    and conducting check-in and check-out processes at the base.

    In case of any special or additional requests of the
    Client (e.g. earlier check-in, longer explanations during check-in, special
    needs... etc.) Charter-Operator may try to resolve them to the satisfaction of
    the Client, but Client acknowledges that this is not a liability of Charter-Operator,
    and cannot ask for remuneration if such special requests were not fulfilled or
    were fulfilled only partially. The Charter-Operator is responsible to bear
    expenses towards the Client in case of not fulfilling its obligations,
    according to valid Terms & Conditions of that Charter-Operator.

    However, the Client cannot expect refunds for delays
    or issues caused by Force Majoure (e.g. earthquakes, floods, thunders, fire,
    other natural calamities, wars, civil wars, terrorism, strikes, etc.).

    The Client acknowledges
    that Charter-Operator is a fully separate legal entity from SailingEurope, and
    that the role of SailingEurope in the booking process is that of mediator only,
    as described in the chapter below.

    18.    Liabilities of SailingEurope

    SailingEurope works with a large international
    online database of Vessels and has established business partnership with many
    of the Charter-Operators who operate boat fleets. The Client acknowledges that
    SailingEurope acts as an Agency-Mediator between the Client and the Charter-Operator.
    Thus, SailingEurope will provide to the Client information on the type of the Vessel's
    accommodation, its integral parts and possible additional costs (services of
    skipper etc.) as well as assist the Client in obtaining most appropriate Vessel
    offers to meet Clients specific needs, and assist the Client throughout the
    entire booking process.

    SailingEurope will also be there to answer Client's
    relevant questions and provide information needed for Client's preparation for
    the charter.

    SailingEurope shall inform the Charter-Operator about relevant booking information, collect documents from the Client (e.g. licenses, crew lists etc.), as well as make payments to the Charter-Operator and perform all other agency-mediator duties according to business cooperation
    contract concluded between SailingEurope and Charter-Operator.
    In case of any possible disputes between Client and the Charter-Operator before, during or after the charter, SailingEurope will put its best efforts to help the Client and strive to protect Client's interests to the maximum possible extent. Also, in case that Charter-Operator
    fails to fulfill some of its obligations towards the Client, SailingEurope will support and assist the Client, striving to obtain appropriate refund from the Charter-Operator to the Client.

    In extreme and very rare cases that the Charter-Operator fully fails to fulfill its obligations (e.g. filing bankruptcy, loss of Vessels or similar), SailingEurope will put utmost effort to assist the Client in finding a best possible alternative solution with minimum possible costs/losses for the Client.

    Client acknowledges that SailingEurope shall not be liable to pay to the Client any refund or loss caused by failure of Charter-Operator
    to fulfill its obligations, provided that SailingEurope had made appropriate payments
    to the Charter-Operator for chartering the Vessel(s), following the corresponding Client's payments to SailingEurope. Still, SailingEurope will assist and help the Client towards obtaining appropriate refunds from
    Charter-Operator and protecting Clients interests as stated above in this article.


    19.    Liabilities of the Client

    Other than what was already stated in these Terms, the Client shall also be liable:

           -       to be nautically and navigationally skilled for the Vessel charter, otherwise he shall be liable to accept a skipper according to the effective Price List of Charter-Operator,

           -       to have all required licenses for operating the Vessel in case of bareboat charter,

           -       not to leave the Vessel to the third party,

           -       not to transport persons or goods for commercial purposes, or engage in any other commercial use of Vessel,

           -       to have aboard exact number of persons, and exact persons, as stated on the crew list,

           -       to keep the crew list with the certificate of residence registration together with ship documentation for the whole duration of charter,

           -       to promptly inform Charter-Operator about any possible changes in crew members or passengers,

           -       to fully respect legal regulations of the host country,

           -       not to participate in competitions and regattas without consent granted by Charter-Operator,

           -       to hold on to obligatory control intervals for the duration of cruising,

           -       in case of towing, to conclude an award for rescuing prior to the acceptance of help, unless prescribed otherwise by Charter-Operator,

           -       to undertake all safety precautions in order to keep the Vessel in good condition and avoid any damages or towing of the Vessel,

           -       not
    to leave the port if the foreseen wind force were estimated stronger than 25
    knots, or if the port authorities issued a prohibition on leaving port, without
    prior consent given by Charter-Operator,

           -       to avoid unnecessary burdening of masts, sails and ropes, i.e. to sail respecting the weather conditions,

           -       to plan the navigation route very carefully, so that two days before arrival the vessel is at approximately 40 NM distant from the check-out charter base,

           -       not to sail at night without prior consent given by Charter-Operator,

           -       not to sail single-handed without prior consent given by Charter-Operator,

           -       to inform the charter base manager about the Vessel's exact location in case of
    severe weather conditions (gale-force wind), in order to avoid unnecessary and expensive search for the Vessel,

           -       not to operate the Vessel under influence of alcohol or any illegal drugs, and generally not to use or have any illegal drugs on board,

           -       not to make excessive noise in marinas, harbors and other mooring locations,

           -       to respect privacy and night-rest rights of occupants of the neighboring vessels and houses,

           -       not to engage with fishing or any other submarine activities without a valid license for such activities,

           -       not to embark pets (dogs, cats, birds, etc.) aboard without written consent of Charter-Operator

           -       to respect any other provisions that are not listed above, but are listed in the valid Terms & Conditions of the relevant Charter-Operator.

    The Client warrants joint responsibility for all crew members i.e. guests on-board. All consequences arising from the Client's or his crew or guests on board not respecting the above liabilities are the joint and several responsibility of the Client and crew/guests on board. In case of
    breach of the clauses above or breach of other contractual obligations of the Client and its crew/guests, the Client acknowledges that the Charter-Operator may remunerate from the Deposit and/or claim indemnity for full incurred damage.


    20.    Complaints

    Complaints shall be accepted in writing on the date of taking over the Vessel (check-in). They must be signed by the Client and the
    representative of Charter-Operator.

    The complaints shall be typically resolved in the manner described below, or a similar manner, depending on Charter-Operator in question:

           -       In case of a cleanliness complaint, Charter-Operator will inspect the issue, and if the complaint is justified, organize additional cleaning activities to correct the issue. In case of such type of complaints there will be no financial refund.

           -       In case of a smaller reported shortcomings or damages, which do not seriously affect security of navigation, Charter-Operator will inspect the issue, and if the complaint is justified, organize all reasonable activities to correct the issue.
    The Client acknowledges that, despite best efforts of the team, it may happen sometimes that it will not be possible to correct the issue in a given timeframe due to objective reasons.
    Generally, in case of such smaller issues there will be no financial refund.

    In case of a larger reported shortcomings or damages, which do seriously affect security of navigation, Charter-Operator
    will inspect the issue, and if the complaint is justified, organize all reasonable activities to correct the issue in the fastest possible way.
    Depending on the time needed to correct the issue, Client will be remunerated by Charter-Operator according to relevant provisions of Terms&Conditions of

    In case of serious issues that objectively could not have been noticed during the check-in, but were properly reported according to
    section 'Damages during yacht charter', the Client may require indemnity latest during the check out. On this occasion he should file a complaint in writing
    signed by the both parties with all belonging documentation.

    If the Client's complaint was reported but could not
    be solved during the check out, it should be re-sent in writing within 14 days,
    otherwise it shall not be taken into consideration.

    If the Client has filed
    the complaint via SailingEurope as the Client's Agency-Mediator, SailingEurope
    will analyse received complaint, collect information from the Charter-Operator,
    advise the Client on the industry practices in such cases, and try to resolve
    the complaint, mediating between the 2 parties, in a timely and fair manner. SailingEurope
    will provide an official answer to Client as soon as possible, and latest
    within 7 days from receiving relevant answers from Charter-Operator.

    21.    Terms of the Charter Operator

    Client acknowledges that
    in some cases
    it may occur that the Charter-Operator in its valid Terms & Conditions has
    different requests and conditions regarding the Vessel chartering than set out
    in these Terms. Client acknowledges that for his obligations to the Charter-Operator the Terms of the Charter-Operator
    will apply.

    22.    Jurisdiction

    The parties will strive to resolve any dispute in a
    peaceful manner.

    If the parties are not
    able to reach an agreement among them, the court in Zagreb, Croatia has the jurisdiction
    over their dispute.

    23.    Validity

    These Terms come to force and are valid starting
    from 31.12.2014, and from this date replace any previous general terms and
    conditions for yacht charter of SailingEurope.

    These Terms remain in force until a next version of
    the general terms and conditions for yacht charter shall be officially issued
    and come to force.

    On the official web
    pages of SailingEurope there will always be a presently
    applicable version published.

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