Always keep your life jackets on.
Always wear the “quick stop”.
Never abandon the boat. Remember, it consists of inflated parts and has water tight compartments which make it unsinkable. In the worst of situations you are safer and more visible on an ungoverned or even capsized boat than swimming alone in the open sea. Abandon only in case of uncontrolled fire and make sure you take with you all the necessary equipment in order to be able to signal for help.
Always be updated on the weather conditions and monitor the condition of the boat.
Do not stop or pull the boat on the beach. The beaches in **Corfu** do not consist of thin sand and as a result may cause damage to the boat.
Do not anchor the boat very close to the beach, in order to avoid any possible damage to the boat by the waves of near passing ships.
When approaching a port or bay do not tie the boat randomly. Always consult the people in charge about the most appropriate place in order to avoid any damage to the boat and disturbance to the local people.
Keep distance from floating ropes and fishing equipment.
The boat does not have a fishing permit, therefore, fishing from it is prohibited. You will be subject to the consequences of violation of fishing regulations.
Keep a distance of at least 200m from where swimmers may be found. If you need to approach an area where there are swimmers, maintain lowest possible speed and be on the alert to avoid collisions or accidents.
Keeps 100m distance from the red floaters indicating the position of divers.
Always give precedence to sail boats, rowing boats and generally to all boats approaching from your right.
When you cross routes with other boats always pass from their rear and never in front of them.