1. Deposits:
    Day Tours – €20 per person
    Weekends Away €50 per person
    Holiday Breaks in Ireland – €75 per person
    Holiday Breaks in UK – €100 per person
    Holidays with Fight – confirmed on booking.
    Deposits are due on confirmation of your tour with a signed booking form.
  2. Group Size:
    Our Tours can cater for groups ranging from 15 – 100 people.  However as coaches hold up to 50 people, you must have at least a further 25 people to arrange a second coach at the same price.  If you do not have the extra 25 people to fill the second coach a supplement may apply.
  3. Final Payment:
    Day Tours – Final payment due 7 days before departure. Weekends away & Holiday breaks – Final payment due 28 days before tour departure.  Once final payment is made, no refunds will be given for absentees on the day. If the payment is not received, the contract will be cancelled and the tour will may not go ahead.
  4. Changes:
    If you wish to change your tour after the Confirmation Invoice has been issued, we will endeavour to make the changes provided that we receive reasonable notification of four weeks in advance in writing from the person who signed the booking form.  Any changes of dates, times or venues may incur a surcharge.
  5. Complaints:
    If you have a complaint about your tour, please inform the Tour Guide with your group. Our Tour guide is authorised to deal with any problems that can be easily sorted out on the spot. If the problem is not resolved to your satisfaction please contact the Marathon Coach Travel office IN WRITING within 5 working days of returning from your tour. All complaints to the Marathon Coach Tours office must be received in writing in order to be processed.
  6. Time Schedule:
    All itineraries are based on normal travelling conditions and the company accepts no responsibility for delays due to the unforeseen circumstances or any affect the these circumstances have on the time schedule.
  7. Lost Property:
    Marathon Coach Tours is not responsible for any property that is left behind on the coach after people have disembarked.
  8. Evening Meal:
    Menus are as stated in the brochure, however if there is a change you will be informed of this in advance of your tour departure date. Group members that have special dietary needs can be catered for once prior notification is given.
  9. Liability:
    MCT is pleased to accept full responsibility for arranging with reasonable skill and attention any excursion booked with it. However, it is not possible for MST to be responsible for the day to day running of the various hotels, hostels, youth centres supplied, or the various airlines, ferries, trains and coaches, or any other service not directly under the control of MCT. Accordingly, MCT wishes to make it quite clear that it will not in any circumstances be responsible for any additional expense, distress, disappointment, loss, damage, injury, accident, delay, inconvenience, or irregularity resulting from or attributable to the act or default of any company, firm or persons in connection with the carrying out of such arrangements or bookings or the conveyance of any client. Every booking is accepted subject to the conditions imposed by the air, shipping, rail, coach, hotel, hostel, camp site, restaurant, insurance and other companies, firms or persons concerned with the excursion or any claim with respect to such matters must be made against the appropriate principal.
  10. Arbitration:
    If any question of difference shall arise between the customer and MCT regarding this contract or by the construction thereof, the same shall be referred to the award and final determination of an Arbitrator to be agreed upon by the customer and a panel of not less than ten practicing solicitors of more than seven years standing, nominated by MCT’s Legal Advisors, such arbitrators to have all the powers of Arbitration arising under the provisions of the Arbitration Acts. Such Arbitration must take place prior to any legal proceeding issued unless the right to Arbitrate is waived by MCT. The venue for such Arbitration shall be Dublin and appropriate law shall be Irish Law. At any such Arbitration, the customer shall admit into evidence the written statement of any agent, representative, courier, hotelier, or other like person for the purpose of proving matters of fact. This clause is specifically intended to minimise the cost of Arbitration.