If you are not normally a sea person, it is really highly recommended that you take a “seasick” tablet at least 30 minutes before departure. Please consult your Pharmacy if in doubt or should you have questions. You need to take the tablets before boarding the vessel, as it does not work well if you are already onboard the vessel!
You are going to be outside on the water for several hours. The key thing is sun protection, so bring a hat and sunglasses for day charters. You might also want to go swimming during the day, so bring your swimming costumes and gear, towels and a change of clothes if necessary. Sailing is a fun and laid back experience – so formal attires are not recommended in the warm and humid weather.
When you board the yacht, you will be required to remove your shoes. We require bare feet for two main reasons:
Safety. Loose footwear can sometimes snag. Add this to the fact that the boat is moving up and down on waves, and we want to minimize the chances of accidents or property losses at sea.
Damage. Most shoes will leave marks on the white decks, and any with hard soles may damage the decks.
Number of passengers allowed
Please be notified that the maximum number of passengers allowed onboard (including yourself) is as per the indicated number in the email sent to you. “Passenger” is defined as any person regardless of age (which would include toddlers, babies, domestic helpers, etc). This is an important condition on your charter. There will be no exception to this rule. Please be advised that the Skipper will not initiate the charter in the event there are more than the allowed number of passengers on-board.
Also note: Please be advised that Pets are not allowed on board at all times.