Cruczar Auckland Bareboat Charters – 38ft Sailing Catamaran
Name:Cruczar Auckland Bareboat Charters – 38ft Sailing Catamaran
Vessel Type: Sailing Catamaran
Length: 38 ft
Build: Tennant Sienna
Engine: 2 x Volvo Diesel Engines
Diesel: 400 litres
Water: 850 litres
Main Sail: Slab Reef
Head Sail: Furling Genoa
Cruising Speed: Sailing at 10 knots
Top Speed: Sailing at 12 knots
Number of Guests Day Time: 8
Number of Guests Overnight: 8
Number Sleeping Berths: 8
Number of Cabins and Layout: 2 x Cabins with 1 Queen and 2 Singles per cabin
Safety Equipment: As per regulation for coastal sailing
Number of Crew: Not supplied for bareboat
Supplied with dishwashing liquid, dish cloths, cleaning products and rubbish bags
YES – Fully Equipped
3 Burner gas cook top with oven and grill unit
Fridge: 75 litre
Freezer: 92 litre
Crockery and cutlery
Onboard Gas BBQ: Yes
NAV Station – VHF
GPS – built into the Chart Plotter as well as a backup handheld GPS
Electric Winch Anchor
Twin Engine Controls
Engine heated hot water cylinder – runs shower and galley
Outside Shower run from gas califont
Single Helm stations
Water Tank capacity: 850 litres
Fuel tank capacity: 400 litres Diesel
Fuel Consumption: 2.5litres per engine per hour at 2500rpm
Supplied upon request @ $25 per person
WE RECOMMEND BYO SLEEPING BAGS.
BYO Beverages: Yes
BYO Catering: Yes
Tender: Rigid Inflatable with outboard motor and fuel (client to refuel)
Other Activities: Tender, BYO Snorkelling, 3 Fishing Rods supplied (BYO tackle and bait) or BYO Fishing Gear
Equipment: CD/Radio/Stereo with AUX and iPod input
Rates – Excl GST
Min 2 days hire: (2 x 24hrs)
Summer Rate: 1 Dec – 31 March: $890 Per 24hrs
Shoulder Rate: 1 April – 31 May / 1 Oct – 30Nov: $790 Per 24hrs
Winter Rates: 1 June – 30 Sept: $650 Per 24hrs
DISCOUNTED MULTIPLE DAY BOOKINGS
Days can be taken anytime and payments can be made monthly (per calendar month)
14 days @ $750.00 per day = $875.00 per calendar month
21 Days @$670 .00 per day = $1172.50 per calendar month
28 Days @$620 .00 per day = $1446.67 per calendar month
35 Days @ $570.00 per day = $1662.50 per calendar month
Additional Costs for Bareboat
The hirer is responsible for the fuel and LPG costs during the hire. The hirer is to refuel the vessel with diesel and provide fuel receipt.
Additional Charge For Linen Upon Request ONLY – $25 Per Person
Including; sheets, pillow cases, duvet covers, toweling, etc
BELOW INFORMATION AND DETAILS APPLY TO BAREBOAT HIRE BOND
A bond payment of $5000NZD is required prior to the commencement of the hire. The hirer is responsible for any losses or damage to the vessel and equipment, while on hire, to a maximum value of $5000NZD provided the hirer is not in breach of any of the terms and conditions incorporated in the contract.
Bareboat charter bond can be reduced to $2000NZD on payment of an additional $25 per day plus GST
A comprehensive pre-hire familiarization (briefing) is given to the designated captain on vessel prior to departure, usually takes 45-60 minutes and if possible to be conducted prior to loading the vessel. However, this is not always possible. A manual of the briefing notes are kept on board. Terms and Conditions Hire Agreement must be completed upon payment of the 50% deposit. Resume of Experience must be completed upon enquiry – U Drive hire to suitably experienced persons. No formal qualifications required. Vessel management will await the arrival of your return at Westhaven– please advise prior to booking if you require assistance berthing the vessel
At Completion of the Charter
In accordance with the Terms and Conditions Agreement you will be signing, you are asked to leave the vessel in a clean and tidy condition inside and out.
If the vessel has been used for fishing, then all areas used for fishing must be scrubbed down and left clean of any bait residue including any burly around the topsides or anchor areas, the outside of the transom and in the supplied buckets, etc.
The vessel reserves the right to apply a cleaning charge if this has not been done to their satisfaction.
Terms and Conditions
The Charterer shall pay the Charter Fee to Decked Out Yachting Limited In two equal installments:
• 50% deposit at the time of booking; and,
• the remaining 50% not less than 14 days prior to the commencement date of the charter.
The bond can be paid by bank transfer or by credit card. Use of a credit card will incur a non refundable fee of 5% if any amounts are to be retained for damages from the credit card.
The Charterer will return the vessel to its marina at the time and date specified in this agreement where the Charterer will peacefully give up possession of the vessel to the Management Company.
Where weather conditions are such that an ordinarily experienced person in charge of the vessel would not take the vessel to sea and are likely to prevent the return of the vessel to its marina by the time and date specified in this agreement the Charterer shall immediately notify the Management Company of the delay and the expected time and date of return of the vessel.
Where the Charterer:
1. does not return the vessel to its marina by the time and date specified in this agreement; and,
2. there have been no weather conditions of the type which would have prevented the due return of the vessel by an ordinarily experienced person in charge of the vessel; and,
3. the Charterer has made no other arrangement with the Management Company
the Charterer shall pay the Owner on demand as liquidated damages a sum equal to one day’s charter fee for every day or part thereof that the vessel is overdue. That sum may be deducted from any bond or, shall be due and owing to the Owner as liquidated damages and shall be recoverable as such by the Owner in any court of competent jurisdiction in New Zealand; and, the Owner shall be entitled to treat the vessel as having been unlawfully converted by the Charterer for his own use.
The Charterer shall pay to the owner the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5000) as a bond - or $2000 where the buy down has been paid for. Except where the Charterer has been grossly negligent, has operated the vessel under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or has breached Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries fishing regulations for which the charterer’s liability shall be unlimited, this bond shall be the maximum amount of the Charterer’s liability for loss or damage to the vessel.
When the vessel is returned the Management Company shall be entitled to deduct from the bond the costs of cleaning, repair or replacement of the vessel or any of its equipment or any liquidated damages payable under this agreement. Any surplus after these deductions or, where there is no deduction the whole of the bond shall be promptly refunded to the Charterer.
If the vessel is damaged or involved in any accident during the Charter Term, the Charterer will immediately advise the Management Company of the damage or accident and of the full circumstances surrounding the damage or accident. If any damage has caused, or is likely to cause, any structural damage to the vessel, the Charterer will not use the vessel until it has been inspected by the Management Company or the Owner. The Charterer shall be solely responsible for payment of any repairs executed to the said vessel or its equipment without the written authority of The Management company or the Owner.
The Charterer shall bear, pay and discharge all ordinary running expenses (Diesel and LPG) and will take reasonable care in handling the said vessel and attend to the running expenses.
The Charterer will not sub-let, hire or part with possession of the vessel to any other person, nor allow any person other than the Charterer to have control of the vessel at any time.
RECALL OR POSSESSION
The Management Company and the Owner reserve the right to terminate the charter and retake possession of the vessel without notice:
1. immediately upon breach by the Charterer in the observance or performance on his part of this agreement or any of its terms and conditions ;
2. if the vessel is damaged;
3. if at any time prior to or during the Charter Term the Management Company or the Owner considers that weather or water conditions endanger the vessel, the Charterer, his passengers or crew.
Termination shall be without prejudice to the rights of the Management Company or the Owner in respect of any prior breach by the Charterer of this agreement or any of its terms and conditions.
LIMITATION AND LIABILITY
The liability of the Owner is to maintain the vessel to the standard required by the Safe Ship Management System governed by the Maritime Safety Authority and he will not be responsible for personal injury or property damage arising from any defect or fault which the Safe Ship Management System does not bind him to remedy.
The Charterer acknowledges that:
1. he has inspected the vessel at the commencement date of the charter;
2. the vessel is in good order and in a safe and suitable condition for the purpose for which he has chartered it; and that,
3. If the vessel is unable to start or complete the charter due to mechanical failure or serious structural damage or defect not caused by the Charterer or his agents employees or invitees the liability of the Owner is limited to refunding only the bond or balance of the bond and the unused portion of the charter fee.
The Charterer indemnifies The Owner against any damage and claims for damage to property or persons caused by or arising from his use of the vessel during the Charter Term.
NAVIGATION AND OUTER LIMITS
The vessel must be at anchor or berthed by sunset and, except where a move is necessary for the safety of the crew passengers or vessel or where express permission has been given by the Management Company shall remain at anchor or berthed during the hours of darkness.
To ensure the safety of the vessel and its contents under no circumstances is the vessel to be left unattended during the hours of darkness. The vessel must be kept in view while the Charterer and passengers are ashore during the day.
Under no circumstances must the vessel be anchored with the all chain anchor in depths of over 15 metres. The winch motor is not designed to lift the total combined weight of all the chain and anchor from deep water in a direct lift. Doing so could result in a burnt out winch which is “account your care”. Please use the warp and chain anchor in deeper water.
The operational limits for the vessel are the national 12 mile limit as defined on the survey charts supplied on the vessel. As defined by the Maritime Safety Authority regulations. This excludes the Mokohinau Islands and eastern side of Great Barrier Island. You need to apply when taking the boat to the Bay of Islands.
The Charterer declares that
1. he is aged twenty five or over;
2. the charter party does not exceed the number of persons licensed for the vessel;
3. he has read and fully understands the Hire Agreement, and that he has received a copy of it;
4. he is capable of control of the vessel , and has the nautical knowledge and experience required to use the vessel in a manner which is safe for him his, passengers and invitees , and the public at large.
The vessel will be delivered clean and prepared for charter, the Charterer will return the vessel in the same standard; The Management Company reserves the right to charge cleaning fees to the Charterer and to deduct those fees from the bond. Please note that black soled shoes mark the deck of the vessel and this will also incur a cleaning fee.
For the safety and comfort of the vessel and passengers, smoking is not permitted inside the accommodation.
I understand that should my previous experience not be considered adequate to skipper this vessel, the Management Company and/or the Owner reserve the right to cancel this charter or provide a professional skipper at my expense. I have read and agree to comply with the terms and conditions of hire. I also agree to ABIDE BY THE LAW that I as the master of the vessel, will not consume excessive alcohol or take drugs whilst on this charter.
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