Rules of conduct on Swiss lakes: do's and don'ts
We gladly refer here, with our kind support, to the Association of Navigation Services:
- The boat must match the description on the homepage and all promised features must be guaranteed.
- Take the time to explain the functions of your boat to the renter.
- Be honest and transparent in reporting any damage Be honest and transparent in reporting any damage.
- Discuss the fuel level
- Report any challenges in maneuvering your boat
- Your boat is equipped in accordance with the legal requirements and can be moved by the renter on Swiss lakes. What not to do The boat does not have a valid license or is not registered The maintenance of the exhaust system does not comply with the legislation in force".
- Boat does not have a valid license or is not registered
- Exhaust maintenance is not in accordance with the legislation in force.
- You are aware of damage (e.g., a non-functioning bow light) that limits the that limits the use of the boat and you do not report it. do not report them.
- You will show your interest in knowing, at the time of boat handover, all the functions and possible difficulties of the boat you have just you have just rented.
- You will take good care of the boat and leave it in the condition in which you found it.
- You know the regulations in force on the Swiss lakes and you are aware of the You are aware of the legislation.
- You never throw waste in the water
- You contribute to keeping the lakes clean and to respecting and that nature is respected.
- You know where the equipment required by law is stored (e.g., life jackets).
- You don't notify the rental company of any damage you have caused.
- You do not bring your boating license with your ID/passport when passport when handing over the boat (the lessor would certainly like to see it). would certainly like to see it).
- The fuel level does not correspond to the agreed level when you return the boat.