Health and Safety

 

As of July 1st we are accepting private charters of up to 16 guests

Come join us for a private charter! It can be whatever you want, day tour, sunset tour, we can even do an exclusive guided reef tour with your very own marine naturalist to answer all your burning questions. We are a wonderful venue for ash scatterings. Bring your own food or drink, you may even bring alcoholic beverages if you like. We are only booking by phone for the month of July, so give us a call and let us know when you would like to join us. Our schedule is wide open, and we would love a chance to get back on the water.

As guidelines change, we will change with them. Hopefully, we will be operating our normal one-hour glass bottom boat reef tour in August, but only time will tell. We will update this page as things change.

We are offering a 40% Kamaʻāina discount for all private charters with departure dates in July & August 2020

          This brings the fee to $420 for the first hour and $300 for each hour after. Mention you are a Kamaʻāina when you book and bring your valid state ID with you.

We are following all CDC guidelines this includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Face coverings are required for all guests and crew.

If you are feeling sick or have a fever you will not be permitted to come on the vessel. If it means you will need to cancel your reservation for this reason, we will give you a full refund. We ask that you please let us know as soon as possible.

We will be sanitizing all high traffic areas and other frequented surfaces between trips with sanitizers approved for COVID-19.

We have a hand washing station available in our head (restroom) and hand sanitizer available as well. All passengers are required to sanitize their hands prior to boarding.

We will not be providing any refreshments. You may bring your own food and drinks. Crew will not touch any of your belongings unless it is necessary.

Captain and crew will maintain 6 feet away from guests whenever practical.

Captain and crew will wear gloves while assisting passengers with boarding and disembarking the vessel and whenever closer contact is required.

Captain and crew will wash and sanitize their hands frequently.

Captain and crew are not permitted to work if they have a fever or are feeling sick.