✔️ All dive boat crew and captain are healthy on board.
✔️ All surfaces have had disinfectant applied to both inside and outside for high traffic objects and areas that a person can touch.
✔️ During time on board, practice safe physical distancing of at least two meters.
✔️ During time on board, refrain as possible from touching surfaces.
✔️Please cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue if you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.
✔️ If applicable, during meal times, our cooks wear protective gear. Do not "double dip" with your utensils or share your food with anyone else.
✔️ Wash your hands regularly, especially before and after eating.
✔️ All fresh water tanks for camera gear are available for use but we encourage you to use gloves at all times when placing and removing items. Dive crew will touch your tank valve to fill your tank but not the surfaces that air passes through.
✔️ When using the heads, please use toilet paper as instructed, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and minimize touching surfaces.
When boarding the vessel:
- be in good health and ready to dive. Your temperature may be taken.
- If you are unsure or uncomfortable with diving, do not board.
- Bring all your personal and SCUBA equipment that has been effectively sanitized.
Attend the safety briefing, with respect to Covid-19 safety on board vessels, you should know:
- How to practice health safety measures on board
- How to quickly alert dive crew in case of any change in the health of you or another individual on board.
- How to alert the dive crew in case you inadvertently broke a safety rule
- How to stow safely your equipment and personal items away from others at all times.
NOTE: When prevention procedures are followed closely, the risk of transmission is actually very small. However, there is always some risk you must accept and for which you should be prepared. If you become ill after your boat trip, please notify the boat owner or dive store immediately.
Safety is a culture and it’s everyone’s responsibility. Pay attention, use common sense, be proactive and stay safe