Please be aware that we are following state guidance and taking the following precautions to protect everyone:
The booth will be open, but not staffed. Five minutes before the departure time, a crew member will open the gate directly to the right and behind the ticket booth in the Fisherman's Wharf Inn parking lot (20 Commercial Street) so we can all can go down to the boat.
If you need to make changes to a reservation, please email us since we will not have a staffed booth.
Masks are strongly encouraged, but not required. This requirement may change, so please bring a mask as a precaution.
We will not have water or a shared cooler aboard, but you are welcome to bring your own.
We will not be handing out blankets, coats, or rain jackets, so please bring your own (as well as a hat and/or sunscreen) as it can get chilly out on the water and weather is unpredictable.
We have limited the maximum number of passengers to 16 instead of our usual 28. Seating will not be available in the cockpit area. We will try to spread people who are not part of a couple or group out from each other as much as possible. If you are unhappy with the arrangement presented, you are welcome to decline to go out on that sail and will receive a full refund.
We may, depending on wind conditions, limit the amount of sails we set to fewer than normal so the crew does not have to move around the boat as much. We'll still be able to have fun sailing, but perhaps not as fast or as great a distance as normal.
Tips are not expected nor required, but they are appreciated by crew members. If and only if you feel like leaving a tip, please leave it underneath your cushion, which will be sanitized between trips, when you leave. This will be awkward, but allow you and the crew to keep physical distancing as much as possible and free your mind of worry about how you would do this under distancing guidelines.
Please limit talking and the use of cell phones. We are trying to create a peaceful and serene escape out on the water. The captain and crew will be happy to answer questions both during the trip, but also after the trip is over.
Please use a bathroom onshore before boarding as the bathroom on the boat is downstairs and for emergency use only.
As always, we are open to further suggestions on how to make the trips safer and more enjoyable for everyone under the current conditions.