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Essential reading: T. Skračić, Waypoint – English Textbook for Maritime Students, Faculty of Maritime Studies, Split 2010, Units 22-28 T. Trappe & G. Tullis,

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1 Essential reading: T. Skračić, Waypoint – English Textbook for Maritime Students, Faculty of Maritime Studies, Split 2010, Units T. Trappe & G. Tullis, Intelligent Business, Longman 2005, Units 12-14

2 Marina Hramina

3 Article 1 - Upon arrival to Marina Hramina d.o.o. (hereinafter: Marina), all visitors shall register, showing their passports or IDs. Article 1 - Upon arrival to Marina Hramina d.o.o. (hereinafter: Marina), all visitors shall register, showing their passports or IDs. Article 2 - The vessel, lifeboat, trailer and vehicle shall be marked with the mark of the Marina and the name of the vessel, or some other mark determined by the Marina. Article 2 - The vessel, lifeboat, trailer and vehicle shall be marked with the mark of the Marina and the name of the vessel, or some other mark determined by the Marina. Article 3 - The owner shall park his vehicle and trailer in conformity with the traffic rules in the area designated for this purpose and the Marina shall not be responsible for any damage to the vehicle and the trailer or for them being stolen. Article 3 - The owner shall park his vehicle and trailer in conformity with the traffic rules in the area designated for this purpose and the Marina shall not be responsible for any damage to the vehicle and the trailer or for them being stolen. Article 4 - Lifeboats, surfboards, satellite dishes or other equipment shall not be installed or held on the piers or in the sea, but only in the designated areas. Article 4 - Lifeboats, surfboards, satellite dishes or other equipment shall not be installed or held on the piers or in the sea, but only in the designated areas.

4 Article 5 - It is not allowed to disturb the peace and quiet. Article 5 - It is not allowed to disturb the peace and quiet. Article 6 - During the stay in the Marina the use of the boat's lavatory is forbidden. Article 6 - During the stay in the Marina the use of the boat's lavatory is forbidden. Article 7 - Customers shall take care that their lines and fenders do not impede the navigation of other visitors. No buoys are permitted within the Marina. Article 7 - Customers shall take care that their lines and fenders do not impede the navigation of other visitors. No buoys are permitted within the Marina. Article 8 - Used oil, petroleum or remains of grease and detergent shall be disposed of in available disposal containers. Article 8 - Used oil, petroleum or remains of grease and detergent shall be disposed of in available disposal containers. Article 9 - It is forbidden to build fires or engage in any activities that may lead to a fire within the Marina. Article 9 - It is forbidden to build fires or engage in any activities that may lead to a fire within the Marina.

5 Article 10 - No skimming, speeding or reckless boat driving compromising the safety of others shall be permitted in the Marina. Bathing is only allowed in places designated for this purpose. Article 10 - No skimming, speeding or reckless boat driving compromising the safety of others shall be permitted in the Marina. Bathing is only allowed in places designated for this purpose. Article 11 - No dogs shall move about the Marina without a leash. Article 11 - No dogs shall move about the Marina without a leash. Article 12 - Maintenance repairs and works on the vessel and the engine may only be carried out in the area of the maintenance zone. Article 12 - Maintenance repairs and works on the vessel and the engine may only be carried out in the area of the maintenance zone. Article 13 - It is forbidden to hang laundry on the piers or in the area of the Marina. Article 13 - It is forbidden to hang laundry on the piers or in the area of the Marina.

6 Article 14 - It is forbidden to set up private signboards, advertisements and signs advertising sales. Article 14 - It is forbidden to set up private signboards, advertisements and signs advertising sales. Article 15 - On entering the Marina, all visitors must behave in conformity with these Rules. Article 15 - On entering the Marina, all visitors must behave in conformity with these Rules. Article 16 - The visitors of the Marina may report their complaints to the Marina Office or enter them in the Complaint's Book. Article 16 - The visitors of the Marina may report their complaints to the Marina Office or enter them in the Complaint's Book. Article 17 - In case of non-compliance with these provisions, the Marina may cancel an individual Berth Contract. Article 17 - In case of non-compliance with these provisions, the Marina may cancel an individual Berth Contract.

7 Boat rental

8 The marina has a long tradition of boat rentals, ranging from traditional wooden boats with lateen sails to the most modern catamarans and sailboats made by well- known manufacturers. As nautical tourism is getting popular with middle-class clientele, guests have been particularly interested in renting sailing yachts of 14 metres LOA or longer.

9 Although all charter boats are fully insured, the guest has to make a down payment ranging from €1,000 to 2,000 which can be used to cover minor damages, in particular those made on purpose. Some of the charter companies have agreements with insurance companies allowing boaters to pay a one-off premium instead of the down payment.

10 Before check-in and check-out of the rented vessel, appointed skippers and their assistants use the list of inventory to check if hull, deck, rigging, equipment and other items are in order and not missing. The inventory list, being part of the contract and therefore signed by both parties, includes checking main and outboard engine, tender, VHF radio transmitter, echo sounder, log – speed meter, radar, autopilot, GPS – satellite navigation, main sail, genoa, anchor(s), fire extinguisher, survival equipment, cradle or trailer, and other equipment.

11 1)Name some non-basic services available at Marina Hramina. 2)Why have charter services become so popular? 3)Explain the boat rental procedure. 4)What is the purpose of an inventory list? 5)What should all boaters do upon arriving at the marina? 6)Name a few things the guests are not allowed to do according to the Book of Rules.

12 synonym for provisions upon arrival on entering check in / check out state-of-the-art facilities accommodate boats to provide … with have access to free of charge on purpose in conformity with impede the navigation carry out repairs enter the complaints download

13 a)Gosti se osjećaju nelagodno ako znaju da se nalaze pod stalnim video nadzorom. b)Brošure o marini su besplatne kao i svi drugi reklamni materijali. c)Hrvatskoj nedostaju nautički vezovi, kako oni stalni tj. cjelogodišnji (year-round), tako i oni sezonski. d)CroTowBoat posluje od godine i od tada je izveo na tisuće uspješnih operacija tegljenja, spašavanja i pomoći na moru (marine assistance). e)Klijentima pružamo izvrsne usluge, raznolike sadržaje te vrhunske tehnologije. f)Neovlaštenim (unauthorised) osobama zabranjen je pristup dizalici, navozu i opremi za transport.

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