Those who charter a yacht are often only interested in one thing when concluding the contract: the charter price, which is noted there. Many customers are not aware of the fact that there, more precisely in the general terms and conditions (GTC), many important things are laid down for a successful, carefree trip. What if you don't have any equipment? How long do you have to wait for repairs? Up to what amount can recourse be taken in the event of damage? This and many more important details can be found in the terms and conditions, and there are quite a number of fleet operators whose contracts contain tangible disadvantages and risks for skippers. Why should one take such unnecessary risks?
In order to sensitize skippers to such problematic contracts and to clarify the correct behavior in the event of a claim, the German insurer Yacht-Pool Charter Skipper invites you to attend a lecture by Dr. Friedrich Schöchl, founder and managing director of the company. The announcement states:
"The participants get valuable information from the legal cliffs and toxic clauses in the small print of many charter contracts through to legally correct behavior in the event of damage. Skipper and crew benefit from numerous practical examples from the yacht pool's over 40 years of experience and its unique knowledge of Charter industry - an ideal basis for planning and enjoying the next charter trip in a relaxed and safe manner!"
The lectures are available on six dates in the Messe Congress Center (CCD) room 1, and they are free of charge for visitors. However, prior registration is required.
Saturday 18th January 2020, 2 p.m. Sunday, January 19th, 2020, 10:00 a.m. Monday January 20th, 2020, 2 p.m. Friday to Sunday, January 24th to 26th, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Seats are limited, so please register with details of the desired day. Interested parties can register under this link: