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WELCOME BACK !

February 28, 2022, all provincial border controls and restrictions will be removed, and the rapid testing program will become voluntary.

March 14, 2022, all provincial guidance regarding capacity, distancing, masking, and VaxPass requirements will be lifted.  We’re looking forward again to welcoming friends new and old to our shores to explore, relax, rejuvenate and enjoy as you have in the past.  Please check back as information may be subject to change in accordance with developments and guidance from Department of Health & Community Services, Government of Newfoundland.  For current provincial information please clickhttps://www.gov.nl.ca/covid-19/

COVID19  Guidance

General

Gatherall’s Boat Tours Ltd. is committed to adhering to the applicable recommended practices as advised by Department of Health and Community Services, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to ensure the safety and health of our guests and our staff. 

  • Practicing good hygiene (wash your hands, avoid touching your face, cough and sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue).
  • Frequent cleaning and disinfection of high-touch surfaces.
  • Remain at home and away from others when you are sick, unless it is to get medical attention.

 

Shore Facilities

  • Hand sanitizer station(s) will be available for public use. Customers and staff are encouraged to use them upon entering and exiting the premises.
  • Maintained sanitation:
    • cleaning and disinfection of common touch and or shared surfaces including but not limited to; handrails, telephones, computers, doors and knobs, handles, checkouts, keyboards, countertops, and light switches.
    • Public washrooms are located in separate exterior out building with separate entrances to the outside for each individual washroom.
    • Public and staff washrooms cleaning and disinfection will occur regularly.
    • Staff and public washrooms to be well stocked with liquid soap and paper towels and individually supplied water basins.

 

Boat

  • Hand sanitizer stations will be available for public use. Customers and staff should be encouraged to use them prior to boarding and exiting the tour vessel.
  • Signage will be posted on board reminding guests and staff  to practice proper hygiene (wash hands, cover coughs and sneezes).
  • Vessel crew and interpreters will use their own microphones.
  • Pre-departure passenger safety briefing provided.
  • Notify a crew member immediately if at any time they are feeling sick or nauseous. Affected guest(s) will be escorted immediately to an isolated area on the vessel and provided with seasickness bag.  Any guest(s) experiencing seasickness will be monitored for the duration of the tour by a crew member designated.
  • In the event of seasickness requiring assistance from the crew:
    • Guests will be accompanied to a designated area where they can be monitored and assisted by crew members.
    • Disposable / paper towels used to clean up affected area to be discarded in waste receptacle.