Safety Policy

The sea is a beautiful and calming environment but has its risks. We try to identify all off these in our working practices to ensure a safe enjoyable voyage for our clients.

  • All vessels are licensed and inspected by the Marine Coastguard Agency and are licensed to operate 20 miles from shore.
  • Skippers hold professional qualifications and undergo ongoing training by the company.
  • Vessels undergo a safety check each day prior to sailing.
  • The office receives daily weather forecasts from the Met Office and various other sources.
  • We carry equipment well in excess of the legal requirements.
  • We are fully insured with vessel and shore based public liability insurance of £5,000,000.
  • The company has a written safety policy which includes detailed procedures for overdue boats etc
  • At all times of sailings the vessel is in contact with the shore via radio and telephone. All conversations are logged as is the number and details of people on board.
  • At all times a shore duty safety officer is established to act in case of an emergency.
  • Skippers and crews undertake regular emergency drills.
  • Personnel are put through RYA First Aid Courses.
  • We make it compulsory for you to be fitted with lifejackets and will refuse boarding if you are intoxicated in any form
  • Vessels carry emergency life rafts.

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