Imprint

Preamble: From Croatia to Cape Verde - Segle with us is a cooperation between Haso.e.u and Trend Travel Yachting. The object is the provision of co-chartering opportunities between Croatia and Cape Verde.

Image rights: All Image are the responsibility of Haso.e.u. Are-use for other contents or offers, as on this page "Sailing Cape Verde", iso.de.U is strictly prohibited. "Share" and "Sharen" the pictures via social websites such as facebook, Instagram et al. Are only permitted in the context and within the postings and contributions of Haso.e.u, provided that they are not used by commentaries negatively or callously.

Exceptions: The picture: Sailing-Cape Verde-stak was provided by courtesy of www.holzeis.com. The picture: "10in2" Jeanneau 449, ripped from the manufacturer webpage.

1. Applicability
1.1. HaSo.eU - webnstuff - hereinafter referred to as the Agency - provides its services exclusively on the basis of these General Terms and Conditions. These also apply to all future business relations, even if not expressly referred to. The legal basis is the license for hire of ships. Haso.e.u does not provide any services as a travel agent, but in co-operation with TravelTrend Yachting offers opportunities for interested parties.
1.2. Supplementary agreements, reservations, amendments or additions to these General Terms and Conditions shall be deemed to be valid in writing; This also applies to the deviation from the requirement for written form.
1.3. Any terms or conditions of the contracting party which are contrary to or deviate from these terms and conditions shall become effective only if they are acknowledged by the Agency in writing and in writing.
1.4. Should individual provisions of these General Terms and Conditions of Business be invalid, this shall not affect the binding nature of the remaining provisions and the contracts concluded under their application. The ineffective provision is to be replaced by an effective one, which comes closest to its meaning and purpose.
2. Contract conclusion
2.1. The basis for the contract conclusion is the respective offer of the agency or the order of the customer, in which the scope of services and the remuneration are fixed. The Agency's offers are free and non-binding.
2.2. If the customer assigns an order, he is bound to the agency within two weeks from the date of his receipt. The contract is concluded by accepting the contract by the Agency. Acceptance shall be made in writing (eg by order confirmation), unless the Agency is aware of the fact (eg by taking action on the basis of the order) that it accepts the order.
3. Scope of services, order processing and the customer's cooperation obligations
3.1. The scope of the services to be rendered results from the order of the customer or the service description or the details in the contract. Subsequent changes to the performance shall be in writing.
3.2. All services of the Agency (in particular all preliminary drafts, sketches, drafts, brushes, blueprints and color prints) shall be checked by the customer and released within three days. In the case of non-timely release, they are deemed approved by the customer.
3.3. The Client shall immediately provide the Agency with all the information and documents necessary for the performance of the service.
He will inform them of all procedures which are relevant to the execution of the order, even if these circumstances become known only during the execution of the order. The customer shall bear the costs incurred by delaying or delaying work by the Agency as a result of its incorrect, incomplete or subsequently amended information.
3.4. The customer is also obliged to check the documents (photos, logos, etc.) made available for the execution of the order for possible existing copyright, trademark rights or other rights of third parties. The Agency is not liable for any infringement of such rights. If the Agency is used for such infringement, the Customer shall indemnify and hold the Agency harmless; He shall have to compensate him for all the disadvantages arising from the use of third parties.
4. Third-party services / commissioning of third parties
4.1. The Agency shall, at its sole discretion, be entitled to carry out the service itself, to use and / or substitute such services for the provision of contractual services by third parties ("aid").
4.2. The commissioning of ancillary benefits is carried out either in his own name or in the name of the customer, but in any case for the account of the customer.
4.3. The Agency will carefully select caregivers and ensure that they have the necessary professional qualifications.
5. Dates
5.1. Deadline and date agreements shall be recorded or confirmed in writing. The Agency shall endeavor to comply with the agreed deadlines. However, the non-compliance of the dates only entitles the customer to assert the rights granted to him by law if he grants the agency a reasonable, but at least 14-day grace period
Has been granted. This period begins with the receipt of a letter of formal notice to the Agency.
5.2. After expiry of the grace period, the customer can withdraw from the contract. An obligation to compensate for damages resulting from the title of the delay exists only in case of intent or gross negligence on the part of the agency.
5.3. Unavoidable or unpredictable events, in particular delays in Agency contractors, release the Agency from compliance with the agreed delivery date. The same applies if the customer is in default with his obligations (eg provision of documents or information) necessary for the execution of the order. In this case, the agreed date is at least shifted to the extent of the delay.

6. Withdrawal from the contract
The Agency shall in particular be entitled to withdraw from the contract if:
• the execution of the service is impossible for reasons which the customer is responsible for, or is further delayed despite the setting of an additional deadline;
• there are legitimate concerns as to the creditworthiness of the customer and the latter does not make advance payments at the Agency's request or provide adequate security prior to the Agency's performance.
7. Fees
7.1. Unless otherwise agreed, the Agency's fee claim shall be made for each individual service as soon as it has been provided. The Agency is entitled to demand advances to cover its expenses.
7.2. In the absence of any other agreement, the agency shall be charged a fee of 15% of the advertising fee paid for the services provided for the services provided and the granting of copyright and trademark rights. The fee is exclusive of the statutory value-added tax.
7.3. All services rendered by the Agency, which are not expressly compensated by the agreed fee, are remunerated separately. All cash expenses incurred by the agency must be replaced by the customer.
7.4. Cost estimates by the Agency are, in principle, non-binding. If it is foreseen that the actual costs exceeded by more than 20% in writing by the Agency, the Agency will advise the customer of the higher costs. The cost is deemed to be approved by the customer if the customer does not object in writing within three days following this notice and at the same time announces more cost-effective alternatives.
7.5. The agency shall pay an appropriate remuneration for all work done by the agency, which for whatever reason is not carried out by the customer. By paying this remuneration, the customer acquires this work
No rights; Any concepts, drafts and other documents which have not been implemented must be returned to the Agency without delay.
8. Payment