Rules of Procedure

BRANTOME-CANOE

Informs you that the proposed routes are classified as category 1 (easy)

 

Article 1: The Dronne River is a river of private / public mixed character. The developed and undeveloped land are mainly from the private sector, so it is for all buildings and structures residents, weirs and mills, only water is in the public domain. Accordingly, it is the duty of the user to comply with the scene, the river, the owners and fishermen. On Dams stops are prohibited. Respect traffic areas on them is imperative. We ask that you respect the environment, fauna, flora, do not throw trash in the water or on the banks (bins are available at points of departure and arrival).

 

 

Article 1 / a: During your ride, stops, landings and (or) the shipments, operations dumps boats traveling on foot along the banks and on the bottom of the river and islands,

                        Are strictly prohibited

 Except in the situation to rescue others or when your own life is at stake (jamming immersion under a tree for example) or if you are on public spaces or allowed or tolerated.

In all other cases, non-compliance with these requirements will affect your liability to the owners and possibly the courts.

When you rent a boat, you accept this Regulation, if it does not suit you, you should not navigate.

 

Article 2: rental by the hour or by hiking lead responsibility tenants when their materials were delivered personally.

 

Article 3: Any use of materials shipping or landing on any public or private land is allowed or not formally placed under the responsibility of their tenants.

 

Article 4: The locations take effect upon delivery of the equipment to the lessee and expire as soon as the organizer repossessed at the end of the allotted time, or after hiking.

 

Article 5: The practice of kayaking is a risky activity. However small the risk DRONNE the river, it is mandatory that practitioners know how to swim at least 25 meters and be able to immerse themselves for their safety and the safety of those they accompany minor children are the responsibility of their parents or their legal representatives. Wearing safety vest is mandatory. Wearing closed shoes are required (no laces or straps).

 

Article 6: During hiking, practitioners may be led to walk in the river in some places (ports on public spaces or permitted or tolerated, anywhere, if it is to rescue others if necessary ).

For this purpose, it is mandatory to wear closed shoes to avoid deep cuts that may be caused by various materials (iron, glass, stones, etc. ….) so do not go barefoot. Clothing should be appropriate to the conditions of practice time.

 

Article 7: Dams (those in the public domain) made slippery by wet silt can be sources of falls can hurt practitioners. It is strongly advised to be careful when portages.

 

 

 

Article 8: Dams can be made dangerous by high water level (recall). In this case their crossing is strictly prohibited, but the hike can be done under the recommendations of continuity and of course under the technical responsibility of a state canoeing graduate at the rates in force escort. In all other cases, including groups of children, under the responsibility of any third party will be supervised by qualified guides state and canoeing on request for adults.

 

Article 9: The major breakage and loss of equipment are the responsibility of the users. The amount of damages will be billed at the rate displayed inside the institution and for the customer.

 

Article 10: The school management reserves the right to cancel the hiking depending on weather conditions and unfavorable navigation.

 

Article 11: All practitioners tenants accept this Regulation and in particular Articles 1 .1 / a .5 and 6 undertake their responsibility and good faith.

 

The head:

AZEMA Richard