SWIFT & SMART
Cut out for the high seas, the Swift Trawler 30 is surprisingly comfortable to live aboard and her autonomy and many fittings are reassuring, making life on board that much easier.
The Swift Trawler 30’s unreservedly stylish, contemporary and yet protective lines make her very distinctive. Designed for travelling long distances as much as for enjoying anchorages and stopovers, she is nonetheless a very open boat.
Incredibly ingenious, the rear cockpit converts into a spacious terrace over the sea. With a small lounge area and driving station, the flybridge is a completely separate living space.
With added modular fittings and opening, the Swift Trawler 30 has opted for a comfortable lifestyle, and lots of space and light to create an airy feel. She can be adapted to all crew configurations thanks to the foldaway seats, a convertible sofa,
and a well-designed table sliding beneath the seats to increase the amount of space
in this reception area.
|From €5'635||per week|
Should the Client and his crew cancel the rental for any reason after entering into an agreement with the Charter Company/Boat provider, Charter Company/Boat provider will retain the whole amount paid for rental. Should the Client cancel the rental 4 weeks or more prior to the charter period, Charter Company/Boat provider will retain 50% of the rental price. Should the Client cancel the rental less than 4 weeks prior to the charter period, Charter Company/Boat provider will retain the whole amount. Where a Client has insured himself for the hiring of a charter boat but has subsequently cancelled the boat hire for justified reasons the insurance company may offer the Client compensation.
Charter Company/Boat provider reserves the right to substitute a boat when the reserved boat is damaged due to unforeseen circumstances, e.g. natural disasters causing water damage, etc. In this instance, Charter Company/Boat provider will provide a boat with an equal or better specification than the boat reserved.
This clause ceases to apply in the case of war, terrorist activities, natural and nuclear disasters or other unforeseen circumstances that could be defined as an Act of God. In this instance, Charter Company/Boat provider is not obliged to pay compensation to the Client.