Passenger Boat rental in Hamburg
Rent this Passenger Boat/Yacht in Hamburg /Germany for €600 per hour (plus VAT/tax) or for 5.500 EUR per day (plus VAT/tax) for up to 80 guests as a daycruiser. You can also charter us as a traditional converted yacht for 5.500 EUR per day (plus VAT/tax) or 25.000,00 € per week (plus VAT/tax) for up to 10 guests. We include crew (captain, 2nd/chief, steward), insurances, fuel/oil (4 hours a day cruising). In daycruise-mode we inlcude eventequipment (PA-Sound, DMX-light design, micriphones etc.), while in yacht-mode we include a portable whirlpool, watersport equipment (dinghy/20hp, kajak, snorkling equipment etc.). Food and beverage individually upon request. We offer a stable ship (ice-breaker...), lots of comfortable space on board, a dedicated crew an a great range. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 80 guests
- Luxury, Events & Large groups
- Passenger Boat
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Watersports Equipment
- Wheel steering
- Inboard Engine
- CD Player
- Chart Plotter
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
50% refund up to 30 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
The charter contract shall be deemed concluded when it bears the legally binding signatures of the charterer as well as the shipping company, and the shipping company has received the agreed deposit. Commercial carriage of passengers within the meaning of carriage using means of transport is not subject matter of the contract. The subject matter of the contract is the holding of a maritime event for a limited number of guests. If the charterer is a body of persons, all such persons shall be jointly and severally liable for any liabilities arising from the charter contract. The individuals hereby authorise each other to receive and make declarations with effect for all the individuals making up the body of persons. Any sub-chartering or re-chartering of the vessel by the charterer shall be excluded, unless the shipping company agrees thereto in writing on a case-by-case basis. The charterer is also not permitted to bring food and beverages on board the MS Grosser Michel, unless the shipping company agrees thereto beforehand in writing in each individual case. If the charterer does not use the contractually agreed services, this shall not release him from the obligation to pay for the agreed services. If the charterer is prevented from utilising the agreed services due to no fault on his part and he notifies the shipping company at least 30 days before the charter date, the payment to be made by the charterer shall be reduced by 40%, unless the shipping company has already made dispositions for the provision of services to be rendered based on the conclusion of the contract, which cannot be reversed. If the shipping company is prevented from providing the services to be rendered under the contract due to no fault on its part, the shipping company shall remain entitled to receive the remuneration specified under point 4. With regard to the other payments to be rendered by the charterer under the contract, the shipping company shall be entitled to compensation for the costs incurred amounting to 25% of the aforementioned amounts. The charterer shall be entitled to prove that the actual damage suffered by the shipping company was lower. If it becomes impossible for the shipping company to provide services to be rendered under the charter contract due to no fault on its part, in particular, as a result of force majeure, political unrest, bad weather, floods or fire occurring before the charter date, the shipping company shall be entitled to rescind the contract at any time. The shipping company shall not accept any liability for the loss or damage to personal items taken on board by the charterer or his guests. Any items taken on board are there at risk of the charterer and must be removed from the vessel upon the end of the charter. Failing that, the shipping company shall be entitled to store or dispose of the items taken on board at the expense of the charterer. Any decoration material must comply with fire regulations, in particular. At the request of the shipping company, the charterer shall be required to furnish proof to this effect at his own expense. If the requirements are not being met, the shipping company shall be entitled to prohibit the fitting of certain materials. The same shall apply to sponsorship items contributed by the charterer. The shipping company shall only be liable for intent and gross negligence. Liability for simple negligence shall be excluded to the extent permissible by law. The charterer shall be liable for any damage caused intentionally or negligently by him, his vicarious agents, guests or other third parties in areas that fall within his sphere of influence on the vessel and/or its inventory. The charterer is the event organiser on board of the vessel, and as such responsible for obtaining all the necessary permits and approvals from the relevant authorities and institutions (e.g. GEMA etc.). The charterer shall be obliged to submit these to the shipping company prior to the relevant event upon request. Passengers are not allowed to bring food, beverages or drugs on board. The charterer is aware and accepts that a stay on board a vessel, regardless of whether it is moving or moored carries risks. He must therefore ensure that his guests, vicarious agents and/or other third parties from his sphere of influence are careful and considerate when on board the vessel. In addition, the charterer hereby accepts that the instructions of the captain and the shipping company must be followed immediately. The charterer shall instruct his guests, vicarious agents and other third parties to that effect. In the case of non-compliance with the above provisions, the captain or the shipping company shall be entitled to remove or have any disruptive passenger removed from the vessel, in particular, due to excessive alcohol consumption. The start and end dates of the charter are specified in the charter contract. The shipping company may agree to extend the duration of the charter beyond the agreed end date on a case-by-case basis. In this case, the charterer will be invoiced retrospectively for the cost of the extension in accordance with the terms of the contract with payment being due upon receipt of the invoice. To the extent permissible by law, the place of performance and jurisdiction shall be Hamburg. This agreement shall be governed exclusively by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. To be effective, any changes and/or additions to this charter contract, including this provision, must be in writing. Should one or more provisions of this charter contract of these general terms and conditions be or become ineffective, the validity of the remaining provisions shall remain unaffected thereby. In this case, the contractual parties shall replace the ineffective provision with an effective provision which approximates as closely as possible the original intent.