Singapore is a tropical climate country with occasional passing showers and thunderstorms. With that in mind, what happens to your charter then?

The Captain is responsible for assessing the weather and deciding the next course of action. He’s decision is final and non-negotiable.

As a guide, you need to report for your charter, as per the booking details, as the weather on site may differ from what you are experiencing.

For rain, the charter will continue to proceed, If and only if it develops into a thunderstorm (CAT 1), then we will delay the charter up to a reasonable time with no conflict on subsequent charters.

If the situation persists, we will then reschedule the charter to a mutually agreeable date and time. The charter is considered fulfilled if the yacht has left the embarkation point.

Again, it is always recommended to contact your Captain and get an onsite assessment of the weather

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