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Boat Safety Requirements

Guests must be aware that being on board a boat, or a vessel, holds additional hazards, including the fact that you are in a vessel on the water. Certain vessel safety protocols and requirements must be followed for your safety.

Your safety and the safety of your Guests are of paramount importance to us, so please follow the Boat Owner Vessel Safety Requirements by reading and thoroughly understanding them. The Boat Owner Vessel Safety Requirements form the basis for the rules Guests are required to observe and follow once you board any boat, or vessel, operated by Xenia International Inc.

  • Warning Signs:
    • Please pay regard to all Warning Signs on the Marina and aboard the boat within the Marina
  • Entering & Exiting the Boat:
    • Only enter or exit the boat via the Swim Platform at the Aft Deck or Dock Steps provided by the boat
    • Jumping from any deck to the slip is prohibited
    • While entering or exiting, always use the hand-hold
    • The boat, or vessel, have Escape Hatches in the ceiling. Please only use them in case of emergency or when indicated to do so
  • Decks:
    • The deck of a boat, or vessel, can be very slippery when wet. Always walk with caution in these areas
    • For safety and comfort, it is recommended that you wear non-slip rubber soled footwear whenever you go onto these decks
    • When moving about the boat, please use the handrails for support and balance
    • Use caution when walking on the slips and piers of the Marina, as they too can be slippery when wet
  • Ladders:
    • Ladders on a boat can be very steep. Always ascend or descend the ladder slowly, ensuring your foothold on each rung before moving to the next
    • When using ladders to enter or exit a boat exercise the same caution to prevent falls and injury
  • Boat Controls & Equipment:
    • Please do not touch, nor allow children to play with the boat controls. The control station is “live”, meaning it is fully functional and must not be tampered with, played or touched with where it could get damaged
    • Do not touch or play with the Anchor or Anchor chain
    • Do not tamper with the ropes or lifelines securing the boat to the deck or to the dock
    • Do not turn on electrical equipment, lights, or appliances. Ask the Host Chef to do this for you
  • Engines:
    • Only the Boat Owner, Captain, or an authorized Crew Member may start the engine
    • Unless you have been given the authority to do so, DO NOT attempt to start the engines
    • The Engine Room is OFF LIMITS at all times
  • Switchboard:
    • The switches and circuit-breakers for your Culinary Experience event, while aboard the boat, have been selected for your comfort and safety. If you require any other system to be turned on, please let your Host Chef know
  • Smoking:
    • Smoking is not permitted aboard any boat, or vessel, for safety reasons.
  • Business hours:
    • All participating marinas close by 9 pm local time strictly unless specified otherwise by the staff of Xenia International Inc or the marinas and all guests must exit the vessel and marina by that time.
  • Personal Flotation Device (PFD):
    • All participating boats are equipped with PFD for Guest safety. You will receive a short demonstration on how to don a PFD in the event of an emergency if it is necessary to do so
    • In the event of an emergency where there is a need to evacuate the boat, please follow the directions of the Chef Host
  • Fire Extinguishers:
    • Do not play with or tamper with the Fire Extinguishers in the boat. There may be several of them. They are required by law in the event a fire breaks out and needs to be extinguished
    • Please pay attention to the location of the Fire Extinguishers as they will be pointed out to You
  • DO NOT ENTER:
    • The Engine Room is strictly off-limits at all times
    • Some cabins or staterooms may be off-limits as per the Boat Owner’s request. Please comply!
  • Use of the HEAD:
    • The Heads on a boat are not the same as the Waste system in a home. Certain items or articles cannot be flushed down the Head as they will block the sump pumps and cause the Head to cease operation and damage the system. This will require major repair work which will be charged to the customer. For this reason, Chef Host will provide a Rest Room key to Guest(s) so they may use the Marina facility.
    • In the event, you have to use the boat head, please only flush the recommended toilet paper provided by the boat owner. Do not flush Kleenex, Sanitary Napkins, Tissue Paper, or other articles down the head. This will damage the Head System.
  • Power:
    • On occasion, power may go out! Do not panic but remain calm. Usually, it may be that the extension power cord is disconnected at the dock due to the movement of the boat in the slip. Allow the Host Chef to ascertain and fix the issue
    • On the occasion where a power outage occurs, and the event cancels for safety reasons, Xenia International Inc. will re-schedule the event at the customer’s earliest convenient date