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All-round protection: free towing in the event of slight grounding

A SeaHelp membership offers comprehensive all-round protection for almost all problems that can befall a skipper and his crew. Even towing free in case of light grounding is free of charge with a SeaHelp membership. What needs to be considered if "land is bought" unintentionally and the yacht cannot be freed under its own power? Whether towing assistance, starting assistance,...

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Seasickness on the boat: nausea on board

Seasickness is a so-called motion sickness, a kinetosis. Therefore, it can also occur in cars, buses or airplanes as motion sickness. It occurs because the brain receives different information from the eyes, the inner ear with the organ of balance, and the muscles about the position, posture, and location of the body in space. When this information does not match...

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Croatian compulsory insurance for boat and yacht: lack of coverage.

Insuring boats, yachts and ships based in Croatia and covered only by the Croatian compulsory insurance has some pitfalls that apparently not all owners are aware of, warns SeaHelp, Europe's largest nautical breakdown service. To cut to the chase, Croatia's compulsory insurance, which until 2020 could also be taken out directly through the port captain, only covers damage for which...

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SeaHelp service anchor ropes free for members: Anchor gets caught in mooring chain

The situation in the nautical sector in Croatia seems to be developing much more positively than it is commonly portrayed in public: The SeaHelp rescue boats already had to go out again before Easter to provide assistance to skippers and are currently recording more missions day by day. This "perceived, subjective impression" of increased activity on the water is also...

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SeaHelp jump start (Jump Start: free service for members)

Providing jump-start assistance when the on-board battery is discharged is one of the free services included in a SeaHelp membership. Not without reason, as can be seen from the SeaHelp breakdown statistics, because the number of jump-start requests has increased significantly in recent years. A clear distinction should be made between conventional car batteries and on-board batteries on ships, boats...

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