- The CVC Foundation - Centro Velico Caprera ETS is a sailing and sea school, not a vacation center: attendance at courses requires commitment, discipline, spirit of adaptation and acceptance of behavioral norms, as well as the evaluations made by the School itself with regard to the suitability of each student to attend the required courses. The same attendance requires, in addition, adequate mental, physical and health conditions, as certified by the attending physician.
- Access to the Bases is restricted to those who are teachers or students on an ongoing course. Cars (which must remain outside the gate) or motorbikes, dogs or other animals are not allowed. The allocation of each course to one of the CVC bases is at the discretion of the CVC, for organisational and participant safety reasons that cannot be questioned. Arrivals and departures must take place strictly in accordance with the scheduled dates and times (use of public transport is recommended). No responsibility is assumed by the Centre with regard to journeys to and from the Caprera base.
- You may not leave the base, even temporarily, except for justified reasons and with the authorisation of the base chief. Visits from relatives or friends are not allowed, without special permission from the base chief.
- Tidiness and cleanliness, which are essential in community life, concern not only one's own person and personal belongings, but also the dormitories, the common rooms and services, the surroundings, as well as the equipment and facilities of the Base. Vital to the School is the care of the boats and materials.
- Sleeping after a busy and tiring day is a sacred right, so it is important that people respect the curfew time. Radios, iPods and similar devices are not welcome and their use is forbidden in the common rooms and during the course. Mobile phones are also to be used discreetly, and must be switched off during group activities.
- In the courses with dormitory accommodation, male students are not permitted to visit the girls' dormitories and vice versa.
- Safety is a dominant theme in education both at sea and on land: from the obligation to wear a life jacket and, where provided, a protective helmet, to rescue and firefighting equipment. Everyone contributes to the work of prevention, to avoid damage to people and equipment. The obligation to observe the rules dictated by current regulations and directives issued remains in place.
- The Head of the base has the right to remove from the base any student who proves to be unfit for community life at the school or who is guilty of serious misconduct.
- The use of boats is permitted for the School's institutional activities. Any other use must be authorised by the Base Head.
- The CVC reserves the right to take any measures, including sanitary measures, that it deems appropriate or necessary, in compliance with or as a result of legislative and/or regulatory provisions to gain access to the base and to attend courses.