CONVEYANCE SERVICES

CONVEYING, A STORY OF TRUST AND KNOW-HOW

Captain Jack Sailing School (CJSS) is committed to conveying your sailboat (monohull or catamaran) to port in the best conditions and time while ensuring the safety of the crew as well as the integrity of the boat, all at a competitive cost. To meet this commitment, CJSS makes sure to provide you with a Skipper, experienced and reliable team members for your delivery.

 

OUR YATCHMASTER (RYA) TEAM:

 

In order:

Captain Yves - YACHTMASTER OCEAN

Captain Jack - YACHTMASTER OFFSHORE

Captain Kevin - YACHTMASTER OFFSHORE

 

A QUOTE FOR GREATER CLARITY

CJSS responds to transport requests by sending you a quote. The latter includes details on travel costs as well as additional costs (fuel, ports, administrative costs, ...). For any request for an estimate, we thank you for completing this form.

 

PREPARATION CARRIED OUT BY THE SKIPPER

 

BEFORE CONVEYING 
  • Inspection of the sailboat: running and standing rigging, engine, safety equipment, structure (hull, deck, bow, keel, rudder); the electrical system, freshwater and seawater circuit, moorings, sail and engine sea test;

  • Complete inventory sent to the customer accompanied by a technical report (with photos and possible recommendations) if necessary;

  • Provisioning and on-board cash;

  • Administrative procedures depending on the country of departure of the ferry.

 

DURING CONVEYING
  • Care and maintenance: frequent inspection of the sailboat and maintenance throughout the ferry;

  • At each stopover: technical report on the condition of the boat, invoices sent to the customer if necessary.

 

DELIVERY OF YOUR SAILBOAT
  • After inspection of the sailboat, you will receive: the maintenance booklet with all the interventions made on board, a copy of the logbook and the complete inventory;

  • Cleaning the sailboat;

  • Paperwork.

 

RATES

The price varies between $ 1.50 and $ 3.50 CAD per Nautical Mile (Mn) (1 to 2.5 Euro / Mn) depending on:

  • the nature of the transport: offshore or coastal;

  • the period and duration of the ferry;

  • the navigation area (travel costs);

  • the provision of an automatic pilot or not;

  • the type of sailboat (monohull or catamaran).

 

Not included in the basic rate:

 

On-board cash register, fuel, shipping costs, administrative costs (clearance, cruising permits, transit, canal, etc.), miscellaneous costs (purchase of small equipment and repair); transport costs for the Skipper.

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