Mint Surf Morocco | Terms and Conditions - Mint Surf
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Terms and Conditions

 

1. Definitions.

In these terms and conditions the following meanings will apply:

‘The Company’ means Mint Surf Company S.A.R.L, whose office is at Centre de Taghazout, Restaurant Florida, Taghazout, Morocco.

‘Agent’ is Mint Surf LTD, Uk registration number 07827899,  registered address Unit 6a Redhill Farm, Red Hill, Medstead, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 5EE.

‘Customer’ means the person or company whose details are entered on any order or enquiry form on this website.

‘Browser’ means any person accessing and using this website by means of software products enabling Internet connection.

‘The Website’ means the website at www.mintsurfmorocco.co.uk or www.mintsurf.com.

2. Copyright.

The website is owned and operated by The Company and all contents and designs are copyright of The Company and its suppliers or agents. Browsers using the site are permitted limited rights to view and print the contents for personal use only and are prohibited from copying or reproducing or reusing any of the contents or designs in any medium for any other purpose, in particular but not exclusively for any commercial gain.

 

3. Products and Services.

Products offered by The Company, including for sale through The Website, include accommodation, surf equipment hire, coaching, photography, taxi transfers and car hire. The company undertakes that all products are of suitable quality for purpose, however Customers are asked to ensure that requirements are carefully checked before booking as mistakes may not be rectifiable.

 

4. Conditions of Contract.

No contract will subsist between you The Customer and The Company for the sale of product(s) or service(s) to you, unless and until The Company accepts and confirms your order in writing or by email. The contract when formed will be deemed to have been concluded in Morocco and will be interpreted, construed and enforced in all respects in accordance with the laws of Morocco, and will be subject to the jurisdiction of the Moroccan Courts.

 

In the event that any clause within these terms is deemed at law to be unreasonable or unenforceable, such clause will be deleted and such deletion will have no bearing on the validity or interpretation of the remaining clauses.

 

5. Cooling off period.

A “cooling off” period of 7 (seven) days applies to all bookings in line with the UK Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000. Cancellation after this time has elapsed may subject Customer to cancellation fees and The Company has full discretion as to whether to grant full or partial refund. Any changes made at any time may be subject to alteration of final charges depending on requirements.

 

6. Price and Payment.

Prices shown on the website are inclusive of local tax. The Company reserves the right to vary prices to reflect changes in price from its suppliers without notice and the contract price will be the price quoted in the contract confirmation.

 

The price of the contract will require to be paid in full prior to dispatch of the products or fulfilment of the services unless otherwise agreed. Payment is of the essence of the contract and the Company will be relieved of any obligation under the contract if payment is not made in accordance with the contract terms.

 

7. Payment and Personal Data Security.

To facilitate effective processing of orders, the Company offers secure payment facilities online, via the website and can accept payment by major credit cards or debit cards by this method. To this end cookies are used by the website server to track order details only and Customers are asked to accept these files from the website server.

 

Personal details are encrypted during transmission and stored and used strictly in accordance with the Company’s Data Protection Policy and will not be passed to any third party without your explicit permission.

 

Alternatively payment may be made in person at the Company’s premises or bank transfer by arrangement at time of contract.

 

8. Warranty.

The Company warrants that all products and services supplied will be of suitable quality and fit for their designed purpose.

 

Exceptionally however, any discounted or ‘sale’ items will be sold ‘as is’ and are specifically excluded from this guarantee.

 

No guarantee is offered where products are used for purposes other than that for which they were designed.

 

This warranty is in addition to, and does not affect, your statutory rights.

 

9. Cancellation.

Save as required by the UK Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000, or equivalent in Morocco, or pursuant to clause 6 above, the contract will be non-cancellable by the Customer, once confirmed by the Company. Ordering mistakes by Customers with regard to dates, location or flight changes will not constitute grounds for cancellation. Notwithstanding, acceptance of cancellation by the Company in exceptional circumstances and any refund or part refund will be solely at the discretion of the Company.

 

10. Returns.

In the unlikely event of products being faulty or of sub-standard quality, please report such problem immediately to the Company using the enquiry form or contact details on the website.

 

11. Liability.

To the maximum extent permissible in law, the Company excludes all liability for any loss or consequential loss however incurred by the Customer, arising from any action or omission or failure by the Company in connection with the contract.

 

In any event the maximum liability of the Company will be not more than the purchase price of the products or services under the contract, should the contract be cancelled for any reason.

 

12. Title and Risk.

Title in the goods will pass to the Customer on payment of the full purchase price. Risk however, will be carried by the Company until such time as the products are delivered to the Customer.

 

13. Force Majeure.

In the event of circumstances outside the Company’s control affecting the performance of the contract, the Company will be entitled to notify the Customer and revise or cancel the contract to reflect the changed circumstances and the Customer will accept such changes.

 

14. Notices.

All communications in connection with the contract will be deemed to have been served if sent by ordinary mail to the Customer’s postal address or by email to the Customer’s email address, as notified to the Company by the Customer.

Communications to the Company should be sent by completing our contact form.

 

 

Board and Wetsuit Hire Agreement terms and example

 

When engaging in the rental or use of equipment, I agree to accept all responsibility to maintain the condition and whereabouts of all the equipment rented for the entire rental period and to pay all repair and/or replacement costs for any damage or theft that may occur to equipment during the rental period. Should I damage a surfboard, I agree to pay a surfboard damage fee of 300dh/inch (maximum limit of liability for surfboard damage is 70% of the price of a new comparable board). If I am not present during the delivery or return of my surfboard, I will be fully responsible for any loss, theft or damage to surfboard. Should a surfboard become lost or stolen, I agree to pay a restocking fee equal to the cost of a new replacement surfboard. Any wetsuit that is lost or stolen is subject to a replacement fee for the full cost of the wetsuit.

Surfing course terms and enrolment form

 

If you suffer from any medical condition that may affect your safety (or the safety of other water users), please give details in the space below and bring it to the attention of your instructor. All medical information will be treated in confidence and will not be disclosed to anyone other than the staff at Mint Surf.

Conditions that should be disclosed include heart problems, epilepsy, allergies, medication being taken and any medical condition likely to be made worse by participating in this surfing course.

I understand that Mint Surf and its staff, whilst taking all reasonable care cannot be held responsible for any loss of, or damage to, their clients’ personal property/valuables.

Surfing is a dangerous sport. Many people get injured and even die when surfing or learning to surf. Some of the hazards include:

  • An uneven sea bed (that may at times be covered by the sea)
  • Obstacles on the sea bed (that may at times be covered by the sea)
  • Sea life
  • Currents
  • Cold water
  • Tidal rips
  • Other surfers
  • Other surfboards

As a result, you should take care when getting on and off your board (no jumping off your board, but step off instead), and getting to and from the beach. Also, keep a constant check of your bearings. For example, are you near other surfers/boards? Within your depth? Confident you can get back to shore without assistance? Being transported by the tide?

IF YOU ARE EVER IN DIFFICULTY, THE SIGNAL FOR HELP IS TO RAISE YOUR RIGHT HAND IN THE AIR

Mint Surf shall not be liable in respect of any loss of life or injury to person or the loss of or damage to property (including due to negligence or wilful default of the surf school to the extent allowed by law). You accept liability for and shall indemnify Mint Surf against any claim for such loss, injury or damage (including due to negligence or wilful default to the extent allowed by law.

You accept that surfing is a dangerous sport and take part in the surfing course having understood these dangers and having read and understood this document.

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