We chose south!. Difficult decision for now we back in the rankings, as we move away from the direct route
For his two years of existence, SeeMySea indulges in a little update!. New design for the homepage and new search engine
SEEmySEA makes available a web site designed by professionals.
SEEmySEA undertakes to respect the confidentiality of your identities and data.
SEEmySEA retains the right to exclude members who would not observe their "quality' commitments.
SEEmySEA will not communicate any information of any kind without your explicit consent.
SEEmySEA will make every endeavour to keep you informed, especially via Newsletters.
SEEmySEA will pay some attention to any constructive proposal or suggestion which you'll express.
SEEmySEA will make available some exchange assessment tools in order to improve their quality.
SEEmySEA makes available some spaces of expression because it wishes to make you feel at home on this web site.
Visitors and members of SEEmySEA.com web site undertake to make courtesy the rule in their correspondence, email, letters &/or on the telephone.
SEEmySEA.com members commit to post a swap offer and to forward accurate information on descriptions and availibility dates of their boat.
SEEmySEA.com members commit to respect gratuitousness of the exchanges.
SEEmySEA.com members commit to comply with the terms of the exchange and loan agreement signed by both parties.
SEEmySEA.com members commit to disclose the identity, address and mean of contacting a person able to represent the owner during the exchange and assist.
SEEmySEA.com members commit to entrust their exchange partners with boats which comply with safety equipment regulations.
SEEmySEA.com members commit to entrust their exchange partners with clean boats, in working order and in a general state allowing for pleasant and safe cruises.
Visitors and members of SEEmySEA.com web site commit to refrain from racist, violent or obscene comments that could lead to polemics in the spaces of expression available to them on the site. Members commit to abide by the same rules while exchanging information with one another.
Boat swaps must aim to navigation, and not only accommodation at the harbour.
Welcome your boat exchange partner in person or make sure that your "proxy" will do it for you in case you are absent.
Entrust your exchange partner with a clean boat in a state of seaworthiness that complies with safety regulations.
Take good care of your exchange partner's boat.
Sail your exchange partner's boat in accordance with maritime common sense.
Preserve the environment.
Take good care of the navigational devices and living amenities so that they remain operational.
Prepare a file containing all useful documents (electronics, engines and other apparatus/systems requiring information prior to operation).
Allow guests to bring and stow their personal effects on board.
Inform your partner's insurance in case of damage/accident.
Return the boat in the same state as it was at departure.
Communicate an assessment of the exchange shortly after completion.