In line with local regulations. We have begun a phased reopening and are eager to welcome back our
Guests and Crew Members with health, safety and well-being of all at the forefront of all our planning
We are committed to a responsible reopening. Therefore, in line with guidelines from state and local
public health authorities and other appropriate government agencies we have expanded our current
safety measures to include a number of new safety measures.
As part of these measures we have implemented new boarding requirements. We want to be sure all Guests
are aware of these changes :
Focus on sanitization: increased cleaning frequency for high-contact areas using EPA-approved
products specifically guarding against COVID-19.
Equipping vessel crew with the tools they need to provide increased protection such as masks and gloves as
well as increased hygiene, disinfection and sanitation practices.
Contactless check-in with extended boarding times allowing for social distancing.
Ample staging for queuing and gangway areas during extended boarding times.
Daily pre-boarding health checks of onboard teams with guest temperature checks prior to boarding where
Reduced guest capacity to ensure a minimum 6-foot distance between guests.
Hand sanitizers will be readily available and accessible in all public areas.
All guests must wear face masks on board when moving around the vessel.
All guests must practice social distancing on board, staying at least 6 feet (about 2 arm’s lengths) from other
guests who are not in their party.
Know Before You Go
We understand that these times are challenging, and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding
as we navigate as responsibly as we can. Together, we can continue to have amazing experiences while
staying healthy and safe.
Contact Tracing - all guests over the age of 18 are required to provide their full name and email address
prior to boarding our vessels, this will take place at time of booking.
Health Screening Symptomatic - Guests who self-report they are experiencing any symptoms indicative of
COVID-19 will not be permitted to board the vessel.
International Travel - If you have travelled internationally in the last 14 days, the CDC advises that you
should stay at home and avoid contact with others.
Temperature Check - Guests will undergo temperature screening prior to boarding. Based on guidance
from health authorities, anyone displaying a temperature of 100.4 F or above will not be allowed entry; those
in their party will not be allowed entry either.
Face Coverings -
Face Coverings: All guests ages 3 and older are required to wear face coverings at all times while onboard
our vessels, except while dining, unless exempted by the local health authority. You will be denied access
without a face covering.
All face coverings should:
1. Fully cover an individual’s nose and mouth and allow the Guest to remain hands-free
2. Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
3. Be secured with ties or ear loops
4. Be made of breathable material, either disposable or reusable
5. Guests who do not have a face mask will not be permitted to board the vessel.
Social Distance measure for all guests -
All guests must practice social distancing, staying at least 6 feet (about 2 arm’s lengths) from other guests
who are not in their party.
Bar service (when permitted) - Walk up bar service is closed, full bar service (will be) is available by a
server, and guests must be seated to order a drink.
Vessel Guest Capacities and Seating -
Maximum number of individual guests per public cruise is 18.
Group size per group limitations vary by locations aboard the vessel:
Upper Deck up to 8 guests and must be in the same household.
Bow up to 8 guests and must be in the same household.
Stern up to 8 guests and must be in the same household.
Starboard trunk house up to 4 guests and must be in the same household.
Port trunk house up to 4 guests and must be in the same household.
Private Chartered Cruises -
Up to 21 guests per private charter.
Entertainment - Guests will enjoy background music throughout the cruise.
Outdoor Spaces - Guests must not congregate with other groups. Eating or drinking is not permitted while
standing and masks are required. When permitted, beverage consumption is only permitted while seated.
Vessel - Indoor areas are closed to the public apart from the restrooms. All service takes place on the
|We're looking forward to welcoming you aboard!