Out At Sea (“OAS”) is a privately organized community group of individuals with shared interest. Participation with the group is at-will, and individuals participating in any OAS activities, events, or programs are solely responsible for any costs, risks, or injuries incurred as a result of traveling to or from or participating in any OAS activity, event, or program. OAS reserves the right to refuse inclusion in group activities, events, programs, information distribution, social media groups, or other group associations. Should OAS refuse inclusion with or admittance to group activities, events, or programs because it was determined, at the sole discretion of OAS, that an individual may cause or has caused a disturbance to an OAS program or other OAS group participants, OAS will not be responsible for refunding any monies or costs incurred by the individual. OAS makes no representation or warranty as to the views expressed by individuals participating in OAS activities or events. By accepting this disclaimer to register with OAS for any activities or events, participants indemnify and hold OAS and its organizers harmless from any and all claims resulting from their traveling to and from and participation in an OAS activity, event, or program.
Participants recognize there are risks associated with participation on a cruise, and acknowledge their participation is of their own free will and decision. Participants release, in perpetuity, OAS from any responsibility for any costs, risk, or injuries associated with participating on a cruise. The June 2024 cruise is on board a Vessel operated by Royal Caribbean International and/or one of its subsidiaries (“Operator”). Participants recognize that the Vessel reserves the right to deny boarding to or remove any participants for conduct deemed offensive, illegal, or in violation of their posted rules and policies as well as applicable local and international governing laws. Participants are solely responsible for familiarizing themselves with the Vessel’s and Operator’s rules, policies, and guidelines, as well as any applicable governing local or international law, and observing them. If the Vessel removes or denies boarding to a participant for any reason, OAS shall not be liable for a refund of any monies or costs incurred.
Any activities, events, or programs taking place on board the Vessel is subject to change, with or without notice, based on directions and requirements by the Vessel and/or Operator. OAS will make every effort to communicate any changes, alterations, or cancellations, but ultimately cannot be held responsible for changes, alterations, or cancellations made outside of the control or coordination of OAS. Participants acknowledge that information posted on the OAS website or communicated to participants, whether electronically, physical, or verbally, is subject to change at any time, and release OAS and its organizers from any claims or liability directly or indirectly resulting from such changes, provided OAS made reasonable effort on behalf of the group in responding to or communicating such changes. In any circumstance where OAS is not able to reasonably accommodate a change, alteration, or cancellation of any part or whole of an activity, event, or program due to factors outside of the control of OAS, the maximum restitution it shall be responsible for, at it’s sole discretion, will be refunding of registration costs up to the full amount paid by the participant, minus any amounts covering materials or activities already delivered to participant. Participants acknowledge this limit and waive any claims to seek any further damages or compensation.
By registering for and participating in an OAS activity, event, or program, the participant acknowledges and agrees to the entirety of these terms as well as all terms and policies adopted and listed herein by OAS.