Health & Safety Measures
November 18, 2020 Update:
Due to the Governor Order Shutdown of Washington Restaurants & Bars, Water2Wine Cruises will be closed until December 14th, 2020. Questions or concerns, please email us at email@example.com
Since 2016, Water2Wine Cruises has made the health and safety of our guests and crew members our top priority. We have created plan of procedures that will allow us to assure your safety and enjoyment on board. These changes are needed as we work to exceed the guidelines set by local health authority.
Guest Wellness Checks – Guests will be asked to abide by self-screening protocols about current symptoms and recent exposure to COVID-19 prior to cruising. We will be glad to rebook your cruise for you if you or anyone in your group is experiencing sickness of any kind.
Guest Guidelines – All guests ages 2 and older are required to wear a face mask at all times while on board our yacht, except while seated at your table, unless exempted by the local health authority.
Crew Wellness Checks – We require temperature checks of all crew and a screening before entering the property. Those who don’t pass will not be permitted to work. Crew members will be equipped with appropriate PPE, trained on new procedures, and take all reasonable precautions to ensure a safe environment for you.
Sanitation Stations – Hand sanitation station will be available on the dock for boarding and departure. All public surfaces will be frequently sanitized throughout the cruise by our crew.
Temperature Screening - We will be implementing temperature screening prior to boarding the vessel. Guests with 100.4 and above will not be allowed to cruise, nor will those in their party.
Capacity Limitations – Vessel capacity and table party sizes will be limited to no more than the established “maximums approved” by local and state public health authorities.
Social Distancing – We are in this together and maintain an atmosphere of mutual respect. With this we ask everyone on property to follow social distancing rules by keeping at least six feet between each other or groups. Onboard dining floor plans have been updated with redesign of seating arrangements to ensure at least six feet of separation between each seated group.
Plated Service – All buffet-style dining has been temporarily discontinued and converted to plated service. All self-service areas including the self-service condiments and coffee service have been suspended. Walk-up bar service will not be available onboard.
Menus – We have all the info you need at your fingertips, but without the touch. Menus will be available on your table through QR codes. Single use menus will also be available.
We appreciate your support and understanding. We’re continuing to closely follow all government-mandated safety measures and all related updates.
Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns and let us know how we can make your cruise with us an enjoyable one.