The health and safety of our customers and employees is our highest priority, so we want to outline the policies we have adopted to address our shared health and safety concerns considering Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Reduced Vessel Capacity
We will be operating at reduced capacity on each vessel which will allow for more personal space to facilitate social distancing.
Requiring Face Covering
During this time, all passengers and crew are required to wear face coverings while inside the cabin. Passengers and Crew are also required to wear face coverings during the entire boarding and disembarking processes.
Crew members will monitor the boat to ensure that these policies are being followed.
Enhancing Vessel Cleaning Protocols
Our crews are diligently wiping down high-touch surfaces including handrails, tables, door handles, and restrooms with disinfectant before, between and during trips, using cleaning agents that are deemed effective and safe for these purposes:
Hand sanitizers are located on the walls inside all restrooms. Hand sanitizers are also located throughout each boat on the main deck and 2nd deck.
Restrooms are cleaned frequently during, between, and after all trips, as well as per passengers’ request.
While we are working hard to provide safe and sanitized vessels, we also ask passengers to take measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. These measures include:
- Using onboard hand sanitizers (we are well-stocked!)
- Covering mouth and nose with tissue or inside of elbow when sneezing
- Avoiding close contact with others by allowing at least 6ft between fellow riders while waiting in line
- Staying home if you are feeling unwell, or if you have had close contact with someone who is feeling unwell
- Wearing a cloth face covering and washing it regularly (see CDC best practices and a tutorial on how to make your own at home here)
- A thorough list of CDC guidelines can be found here
Classic Boat Rides LLC thanks you for your cooperation in this matter.