Charter A Boat
To charter one of our boats we ask that you fill out this online "Chartering Resume" - we will contact you if there are any questions about your qualifications.
Items marked with an * are required.
First Name   *
Last Name   *
Street Address   *
City   *
State   *
Zip Code  
Telephone   *
Cell phone  
E-mail address   *
     


Boat you would like to charter
Cal 24
C&C 24


Boating Experience
What boats have you used on the water during the past 3 years? (Fill out as many examples as you can. You must provide at least one example.)

Example 1: *
Make of boat:  
Size of boat:  
Power or Sail?  
Where did you use it?  
Dates used:  
Owned / borrowed / chartered / other:  
Were you Captain or Crew?  
     
Example 2:
Make of boat:  
Size of boat:  
Power or Sail?  
Where did you use it?  
Dates used:  
Owned / borrowed / chartered / other:  
Were you captain or crew?  
     
 
Example 3:
Make of boat:  
Size of boat:  
Power or Sail?  
Where did you use it?  
Dates used:  
Owned / borrowed / chartered / other:  
Were you captain or crew?  
 
 
Example 4:
Make of boat:  
Size of boat:  
Power or Sail?  
Where did you use it?  
Dates used:  
Owned / borrowed / chartered / other:  
Were you captain or crew?  
 


In which of the following areas are you sufficiently familiar to be competent on the boat you intend to charter? (Check all those that you ARE competent in) You may be asked to demonstrate your familiarity with one or more of these areas prior to the beginning of your charter.

Driving a small outboard powered vessel
Recovering a person in the water
Rules of the road
Reading a chart
VHF radio
GPS
Weather
Handling a small sloop-rigged boat under sail
Handling a small sloop-rigged boat under power
Anchoring
Docking
Reefing
Using navigational aids
Navigation
Handling a large sloop-rigged boat under sail
Handling a large sloop-rigged boat under power
Outboard motors
Inboard diesel engines
Pressure water systems
Tiller steering
Wheel steering



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