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Mediterranean Sailing Compass
RYA accredited sailing school
Solaris Mediterranean
Sea School is an RYA
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Terms and Conditions

  1. Insurance and Damage
    Solaris Mediterranean Sea School shall not be responsible for death or any personal injury or any other loss of any nature whatsoever (including consequential loss) suffered by any member of the party on the Yacht during the period of the course, or any other person except in so far as such death or injury is caused by the negligence of Solaris Mediterranean Sea School. Personal insurance is therefore highly recommended.
  2. Booking
    A booking will be made upon receipt of a completed booking form, signed by the first named person on the form (hereinafter called the 'customer'), and accompanied by a booking fee/deposit of €150.00 per person.
  3. Payment
    The balance of the total payable will be notified by a final invoice and payment will be due 8 weeks prior to departure date.
  4. Cancellation
    If notice is given by the Customer to Solaris Mediterranean Sea School in writing that the booking is not required eight weeks before departure date, no liability for the balance of the payment shall remain, but the booking fee/deposit will not be reimbursed. Cancellations received in writing on or after this date are payable in full and no reimbursements will be made.
    Should the course not be available due to circumstances beyond our control, Solaris Mediterranean Sea School will endeavour to reallocate the customer to an alternative course providing that this is acceptable, or will make a full refund of the fees paid. The School's liability will be limited only to the fee already paid by the customer.
  5. Refunds
    No refunds will be allowed in respect of unused air tickets or unused portions of air tickets or unused services of any kind.
  6. Force Majeure
    Solaris Mediterranean Sea School shall not be liable for any incident or Force Majeure, including Act of God, weather conditions, strikes, lock out, act of Government or any other occurrence beyond our control.
  7. Fitness
    Illness or medical conditions need not necessarily prevent you from taking a full part in a practical course, but the Principal or Instructor must be aware of any potential problem. For example details of any medical conditions (including epilepsy, disability, giddy spells, asthma, diabetes, angina, or any other heart condition) or treatment being received. The School accepts no responsibility for the decision of the physical fitness of the customer to participate in the course.

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