Before engaging in any activities related to this sport, you need to be familiar with the rules of conduct towards the team in the raft as well as your own actions and movements on the water. Afterwards, you are required to sign a membership form acknowledging that you are aware of the rules associated with rafting, including participating at your own risk.
The skipper will explain all these rules in detail before the start, and it is also your obligation to listen to their instructions.
Regarding the rules concerning the team, participants are obliged to assist the staff with:
- Carrying the raft in and out of the water,
- Inflating the raft,
- All activities related to preparation from start to finish.
The raft's skipper will inspect the equipment of each participant before the start and determine the seating and rowing arrangements for each person. Breaks during the rafting trip are made solely at the decision of the skipper or in agreement with the participants.
Rules during rafting:
- For any uncertainties during rafting, you need to approach the skipper.
- Bringing food and drinks is allowed, but glass containers are strictly prohibited.
- You may bring mobile phones, cameras, and similar devices at your own risk, which can be stored in special waterproof bags.
- Touching or grabbing rocks and stones with your hands or paddles is strictly forbidden.
- Removing the equipment assigned to you at the beginning is not allowed, and specific parts of the equipment can only be removed with the skipper's permission.
- Each participant is required to keep one foot on the bottom of the raft at the designated spot instructed by the skipper.
To ensure your safety and a pleasant experience while rafting, it is essential to adhere to these rules.