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A skipper charter can be defined as an arrangement where the respective boat is operated by the owner or a hired skipper. The skipper may be employed either by the owner or the chartering party. Skippers are also referred to as captains.

Meaning


Boats that are chartered, rented, or leased by parties who do not wish to operate the boat on their own behalf will often hire a skipper or allow the owner to take over such duties. .

Context


Different registration and operational rules will apply to skippered charter boats depending on the number of passengers and whether the skipper is the actual owner, hired by the owner, or hired by the chartering party.

Conclusion


Violation of skippered charter regulations can result in sever penalties or perhaps even forfeiture of the boat. Charter boat owners who are unfamiliar with such rules should seek professional consultation.


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