Navigation regulations

  • Check that the emergency key is engaged and the gear is in neutral, before starting the engine.
  • Within the port, one proceeds at minimum speed.
  • The approach to the coast is permitted up to a distance of 200 metres from the beaches and 100 metres from the remaining areas (cliffs and steep coastlines).
    It is strictly forbidden to take the dinghy onto the beaches.
  • The approach to the beach is only permitted through the landing lanes.
  • Mooring within them is prohibited, use of the lanes is only permitted for disembarking and embarking.
  • Pay attention to the map provided and the explanation during the check, near the marked shoals reduce speed.
  • Always drop the anchor from the bow and against the wind, making sure you have given enough line to allow a good grip.
  • Priority must be given to boats coming from the right. Sailboats, canoes, pedal boats always have the right of way.
  • Always check the fuel level and calculate the hourly consumption.
  • Remember that there may be some water residue in the lockers that can damage the stowed material.
  • Do not lean out unseen, especially if you are inexperienced, check that passengers and especially children are well seated.
  • Comply with the number of places required by law in the boat and avoid overloading.
  • Respect for nature - Respect for nature should not even appear on the list: the yachtsman goes in search of beauty and a clean sea.
  • Education and common sense - Don't anchor too close to other boats, don't annoy your neighbours with a running engine, noise, radio, etc.
  • Any doubts, in dangerous situations, do not hesitate! Drop anchor first, secure your crew and call our number or 1530 of the Coast Guard.
Documents to be kept on board, the validity of which must always be checked:
  • Identity card - or equivalent documents
  • Licence - A licence is not required to sail a boat, unless, as mentioned above, the installed engine power does not exceed 40.8 HP or 40 bhp
  • Certificate of Engine Use - This is the document given by the seller to the buyer showing the fiscal power for insurance purposes, the actual power and the engine capacity of the installed engine.
  • Insurance - It is compulsory with engines of more than 3 hp. The sticker should normally be displayed on the tiller wheel.
  • Type Approval Certificate and Declaration of Conformity - This is a very important document, issued in certified copy by the boat builder or authorised dealer, on which, among other things, the number of persons the unit can carry and the maximum power that can be installed are indicated.

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