7 Seas 2 See Travel Charter Terms & Conditions
Please carefully review the Terms & Conditions outlined below. Any reservation made with 7 Seas 2 See Travel constitutes a binding agreement signifying your acceptance of, and your agreement to follow, these Terms & Conditions, and to be bound by them.
Note: 7 Seas 2 See Travel is a Retail Travel Company and does not own, manage, control or operate any aircraft, ground transportation, hotel, resort, cruise ship, restaurant or other suppliers associated with the assembly of your tour package.
All supplier descriptions are accurate at time of publication. For reasons beyond 7 Seas 2 See Travel control, changes that affect supplier descriptions may occur. Any modifications will be updated and communicated at time of the change. In such a case, we will provide a substitute of a similar standard than those named. Tour operators are required by the Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations to caution travelers that living standards, accommodations, utilities, other services and general conditions elsewhere may be different from those here in Ontario.
All prices listed are per person in Canadian Dollars unless otherwise noted. Pricing is based on supplier cost, currency exchange rates and conditions in effect at the time of brochure printing. Final payment may fluctuate based on changes to the currency exchange at that time. Should there be a pricing increase to taxes and/or government-imposed fees, fuel surcharges or additional airline fees before final payment, these increased charges will be levied to the customer and applied to the final invoice. No additional surcharges may be applied after the trip is paid in full. All trips may be subject to change in situations beyond our control.
Deposit and Final Payment
Full payment is required at the time of booking to secure your reservation on the chartered plane.
If making additional arrangements for land or cruise reservations a deposit is due at time of booking to secure your reservation. The deposit amount due is published on each itinerary and advised at time of booking. The final payment deadline is due in our office on or before the date included on your invoice.
All payments once received are non-refundable.
Please refer to change/cancel & insurance sections below.
Payment by Visa, Mastercard, American Express Credit Cards or Etransfer accepted only.
Completion of the electronic credit card authorization form or the PDF credit card authorization form commits you to your reservation and the charges on your credit card.
Chartered Flight Cancellation Policy
All Chartered flights require a minimum number of passengers to travel. Should minimum numbers not been reached, the Company has the right to cancel the program a full refund to the passengers booked.
Standard Change Fees & Cancellation Policy
The Company reserves the right to cancel a reservation if payment has not been received by the specified due date.
If you wish to cancel or make a change to a confirmed booking, additional fees will apply.
**In-destination tour supplier Change/Cancellation fees may apply and are in addition to any fees charged by 7 Seas 2 See Travel.
7 Seas 2 See Travel Administration Fees
If you wish to change or cancel a confirmed booking, the following Administrative charges will apply:
- 45 days or MORE prior to departure: $250.00 CAD per person
- 44-0 days prior to departure: $500.00 CAD per person
Change / Cancellation fees are liquidated damages to compensate Stewart Tours for prepayments made on advance booking of travel services, and for administrative costs involved in processing a change or cancellation.
Medical and Cancellation Insurance
Basic cancellation/interruption, Cancel For Any Reason and Covid-19 insurance are included with your charter flight ticket. Upgraded cancellation/interruption insurance is additional and highly recommended.
Upgraded Cancellation insurance may allow for full refund of the cost of the trip for unforeseen circumstances when purchased at the time of initial deposit (**Exclusions apply – Ask your travel advisor at time of purchase).
Medical insurance is mandatory for all trips outside of the Province of Ontario. If client has out-of-province medical insurance with a separate insurance provider, 7 Seas 2 See Travel must be advised of insurance company name, policy number & company contact information prior to trip commencement.
Cancellation/medical insurance pricing will vary based on the cost and duration of the trip and the age of the traveler. Ask one of our travel professionals for full details about the insurance options available.
If you decline to purchase any additional insurance coverage as explained during the initial booking process (deposit), we will respectfully request that you sign a waiver confirming that you have declined additional insurance protection, and release 7 Seas 2 See Travel from any liabilities should personal injuries/accidents occur prior to, or during the to trip which may cause cancellation and/or interruption of the trip.
For additional information on packages/plans offered, please visit https://7Seas2See.com/insurance/
7 Seas 2 See Travel will not be held responsible for loss of monies due to cancellation.
Customer acknowledges the risks related to the spread of infectious or contagious diseases. It remains the customer’s responsibility to take the necessary precautions applicable to any health hazards, including but not limited to COVID-19. To ensure the safety of all guests and employees, suppliers may have mandatory safety protocols in place, and the availability of their services and facilities may be impacted.
Customer agrees to follow all current and future regulations/protocols set forth for safety in compliance with government policies at your own expense.
7 Seas 2 See Travel is not responsible for any fees for, or associated with, mandatory government PCR/Covid testing in destination or for returning to Canada, quarantine or expenses relating to COVID-19 or similar.
If additional insurance protection is declined, it remains the customer’s responsibility to verify if their travel insurance policy covers COVID-19.
7 Seas 2 See Travel will not be held liable should customers be denied boarding due to insufficient proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to departure, or displaying symptoms of COVID-19 upon check-in.
No monies will be refunded to customers who have been denied boarding.
Not Included in the Tour Cost
All quoted tour costs do not include items of a personal nature such as but not limited to: medical insurance, cancellation/interruption insurance, alcoholic beverages, phone calls, airline baggage fees where applicable and meals that are not included or listed in the itinerary.
Legal Names / Copy of Passport
7 Seas 2 See Travel will require a copy of your valid passport photo page at time of deposit to verify legal name and birthdate for travel documents. Failure to provide proper documentation at time of booking or time of final payment may result in charges assessed by our suppliers and are the responsibility of the customer.
When travelling outside of Canada all Canadian passengers require a valid passport. If travelling with a foreign passport (not Canadian) 7 Seas 2 See Travel must be advised at time of booking so we can advise accordingly. Most countries require passports to be valid for 6 months beyond the expected return date.
Some countries may also have visa requirements for entry. Any fees to obtain visas or additional travel documentation that may be required are the responsibility of the traveler. Entry into another country cannot be guaranteed, and is at the sole discretion of the local authorities. 7 Seas 2 See Travel takes no responsibility for a customer being denied entry into another country. Cancellation charges and any additional fees will be at the customer’s expense.
It is the passenger’s responsibility to obtain information, and to have in their possession, all the required documentation to travel (such as passports, visa where applicable, etc.) required by the relevant governmental authorities, for themselves and passengers in their care. Note that the documents required for the outbound portion of your travel may differ from those required for the return.
7 Seas 2 See Travel is not responsible for any missing or inappropriate documents. Failure to have proper travel documents will result in denied boarding and automatic cancellation of your reservation without refund.
Customers are permitted one (1) checked bag not exceeding 50lbs, one (1) carry on not exceeding 10lbs and one (1) personal item. Carry on must consist of a purse, knapsack or small duffle bag. Suitcases are not permitted on board the plane or coach.
Please note that you are responsible for carrying your own luggage and are responsible for the safety and security of your luggage at all times. 7 Seas 2 See Travel will not assume liability for loss, theft or damage due to breakage, fire, water, or theft, during transport on the plane, coach, train or at hotel. Full details of baggage allowance will be provided with your final tour package.
Airline seats are assigned at time of deposit. Seats cannot be changed after final payment. Additional charges apply for bulkhead extra legroom seating on the aircraft. Please do not chose exit row seating on the plane if under the age of 16, require a seatbelt extension or are physically or mentally unable to assist in the case of an emergency exit. Those seating costs are non-refundable once purchased. 7 Seas 2 See Travel will try to accommodate all coach or train seating requests but cannot guarantee.
Transport of Passengers with Disabilities
7 Seas 2 See Travel accepts any passengers that have a disability, intellectual or physical condition providing they are able to care for themselves during the trip which includes boarding the plane/bus on their own; participating in any included tours/sightseeing without assistance; the ability to understand meeting points/times and the ability to care for their own documents. 7 Seas 2 See Travel however will accept any passenger who’s intellectual or physical condition is such as to render him/her incapable of caring for him/herself without assistance, provided that he/she is accompanied by an attendant (at an additional cost) who is responsible for the passenger en route and with the care of such attendant, he/she will not require attention or assistance.
7 Seas 2 See Travel must follow strict rules in place for everyone’s safety imposed by CATSA and TSA, or any other regulatory body. This rule includes checking passports prior to boarding any form of transportation. Hats and sunglasses must be removed to confirm identity.
7 Seas 2 See Travel / Airline Representatives reserve the right to deny boarding or terminate the tour of any passenger who:
- Is abusive or disruptive to others or shows signs of intoxication by alcohol or drugs.
- Refusal to permit search of his/her person or property.
- If the travel documents of a passenger is not in order including passports, visas, eta’s.
- When a passenger’s intellectual or physical condition is such as to render him/her incapable of caring for himself/herself without assistance.
- When a passenger has an obvious contagious disease.
- Becomes pregnant after booking and the departure date falls in the 9 weeks before the expected delivery date or any time after that date.
- Develops any complication of pregnancy within the first thirty-one (31) weeks of pregnancy.
7 Seas 2 See Travel reserves the right to decline any person as a member of the flight at any time before or during the flight, should such person’s presence be considered detrimental to the interest, comfort and enjoyment of the other travelers.
Persons leaving the flight after commencement will not receive a refund of unused services and all costs of returning to the point of embarkation will be borne by the client.
On flight days please keep in mind that check-in times vary depending on destination, flight and airline. Please ensure you have arrived for check-in at least two (2) hours prior to departure or you may be denied boarding. There are no refunds of unused flights. Cost of additional flights will be the responsibility of the client.
Photos Posted to Our Website and Social Media
7 Seas 2 See Travel prohibits participants from publishing to social media any proprietary documents pertaining to our trips.
To process your reservation, we will need your personal information including your name, address, telephone number, email address, passport number, date of birth, citizenship and information you have disclosed regarding health, medical, dietary, mobility and other special requirements.
We will not in any circumstances share your personal information with other individuals or organizations without your permission, including public organizations, corporations or individuals, except when applicable by law.
We do not sell, communicate or divulge your information to any 3rd party mailing lists.
In offering travel arrangements for sale, 7 Seas 2 See Travel represents suppliers of travel services as an agent only and cannot be held responsible for supplier errors or omissions. We do not maintain any control over the personnel, equipment or operations of any supplier and we assume no responsibility for, and shall not be expected or required to pay for any financial loss, personal injury, other loss, accident, delay, inconvenience or irregularity which you may experience either by reason of (1) non-performance by any supplier for whatever reason (2) wrongful causes, negligent or unauthorized acts or omissions on the part of any supplier or its employees or on the part of any other party not under the control of 7 Seas 2 See Travel or (3) any defect, breakdown or other failure of any aircraft, train, bus, automobile, accommodation, ship or other equipment or instrumentality operated and owned or otherwise used by a supplier. 7 Seas 2 See Travel is not liable for any loss, damage, injury or death resulting from circumstances beyond its direct control such as unexpected weather conditions, civil unrest or any other unforeseen circumstances.
Availability of refunds for unused travel reservations will vary as your payment becomes property of the supplier upon remittance to 7 Seas 2 See Travel. In the event of any supplier bankruptcy, you should seek refunds directly from your credit card company, the supplier, travel insurance policy (if purchased and applicable), or the Ontario Travel Compensation Fund.
Persons leaving the tour during operation will not receive a refund of unused services and all costs of returning to the point of embarkation will be borne by the client.
The performance of this Contract is subject to any circumstance making it illegal or impossible to provide or use the travel components or creating a significant risk to participants’ health or safety, including, acts of God, war, national emergency, government regulation (including, quarantines or curfews), disaster, fire, strikes or other labor disputes, terrorism and responses thereto, or any other extraordinary occurrence outside the control of the cancelling party, making it impossible or illegal for participants to attend, or creating a significant risk to participants’ health or safety. This Contract may be terminated without payment of any fee for any one of such reasons by written notice from one party to the other and upon mutual agreement between the Traveller and the chosen Travel Supplier, that such cancellation is indeed justified and with valid cause, in which event the Traveller will receive a full refund of all deposits made prior to the date of termination. Financial difficulties of either party or other performance problems pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Contract shall not be deemed to be a force majeure event.