Terms & Conditions
We have to have some small print, so here it is!
Telephone bookings will be held without deposit for a maximum of 24 hours.
Deposits are non-refundable
Any outstanding balance is due no later than four weeks before sailing. In the event of non payment we reserve the right to re-sell the course and the deposit will be forfeited.
In the event of cancellation prior to the final balance being paid, only the non-refundable deposit will be lost. If cancellation is made within the 4 week period prior to sailing, the client remains liable to pay the outstanding balance should we be unable to re-sell the space. At the company’s discretion we may transfer the reservation to an alternative date.
We reserve the right to alter the published schedule or substitute an alternative vessel. If this is unacceptable a refund shall be offered proportional to the course already completed. No responsibility whatsoever will be accepted for air fares, travel, accommodation or any other costs.
The company shall not accept claims and shall not be liable at any time for claims or expenses caused by circumstances beyond its control including sickness, accident, travel delays, Government restrictions, theft, weather, strikes, war or civil unrest.
In the event of the company cancelling a course we shall be liable only for the refund of fees paid. No payment will be paid for incidental costs.
No student shall bring aboard any contraband, drugs or other illegal substances. Such action will result in immediate expulsion from the course and no claim will be accepted for refunds or any other costs.
By returning the booking form and authorising payment for the deposit this signifies acceptance of our terms and conditions.
In the event a dispute is not settled by mutual agreement it is agreed that ‘The British Law Society’ shall appoint an arbiter whose decision shall be final and that wherever the dispute occurred both the client and the company shall be governed by British Law.