Please read these terms carefully, and (if you wish) print and keep a copy of them for your reference.
If you need to contact us, please e-mail us at “firstname.lastname@example.org” or call on 07974351384
VAT number: Not VAT registered.
Making a contract with us.
When you place an order with us, you are making an offer to buy goods. PayPal will send you an e-mail to confirm that they have received your order, and will also send us an e-mail with your order.
( Please note. As we are continuously cruising the canals our Internet connection is not always available so at times it may be a while before we get your order.)
In the unlikely event that the goods are no longer available, or that we have made a pricing mistake, we will advise you of this. We will not dispatch the goods, we will refund any payment made, and there will be no contract between us.
How to place order.
All payments are handled by PayPal, so we never see any of your card details.
1. Select the item and select any options (e.g. Colour, size, buckle) that you require from our website then click the ‘Add to Basket’ link shown for the item.
2. You will then be redirected to a Pay Pal page with the option to “continue shopping” for an other item or “checkout”
3. Items that you have selected can be reviewed at any time via the ‘View cart’ link.
4. When you have completed your selections click on the ‘Checkout’ link to complete your order. You will be asked to provide delivery and payment information via PayPal. Please review your order carefully before submission to avoid problems.
5. If you make a mistake during ordering please contact us as soon as possible.
If you need to amend your order prior to placing it you may do so on the shopping basket page. Remove items or amend quantities using the controls provided. You may need to refresh the contents of your basket for changes to take effect. If you really get stuck please call or email us.
Delivery rates for UK addresses. For non UK delivery addresses please contact me first for rates.
Delivery rates are made up of postage costs, packaging costs and PayPal charges
This website is owned and operated by David Dressler.
Order Value Delivery cost
£0.01 to £4.99 £ 1.00
£5 to £9.99 £ 3.00
£10 to £24.99 £ 3.50
£25 to £49.99 £ 4.00
£50 and above £ 6
We always try to dispatch orders within 2 working days of receiving an order.
As we are continuously cruising this is not always possible but we will let you know.
If the goods are lost or damaged in transit, please let us know promptly.
Cancellation and returns
Items that may be exempted are:
goods made to the consumer’s specifications or clearly personalised
You can cancel your contract at any time up to 7 working days after the day of delivery. To do this, please e-mail us or write to us.
You do not have to give any reason for cancellation. However, a brief explanation may help us to improve the service we offer to customers in the future.
If you cancel, you must return the goods to us at your own expense. You should ensure that the goods are packaged adequately to protect against damage.
If you fail to return the goods, we will collect them, and we will charge you the direct cost of collection. If you fail to take reasonable care of the goods before they are returned to us, and this results in damage or deterioration, we will charge you for the reduction in value.
This cancellation policy does not affect your legal rights - for example, if goods are faulty or misdescribed.
If there is a problem with the goods, please contact us. We will deal with the matter in accordance with your legal rights.
Changes to these terms. These terms were last changed on 01/01/2014.
These terms apply to your order. We may change our terms and conditions at any time, so please do not assume that the same terms will apply to future orders.
Under contract law, a legally binding contract exists when an offer made by one person is accepted by another. Usually, in Internet transactions, the customer makes the offer by placing the order. When the trader accepts their order the contract between them becomes legally binding, and both are bound by it.