Waveney Stardust Trust are very aware of the risk of Covid-19 transmission between our crews and passengers by personal contact and contact with boat and transport sufaces.
- WSTL will apply Government Guidance at all times.
- WSTL put the safety of our passengers and volunteers and their family and friends above all other considerations.
- WSTL strongly advise customers to make their own risk assessments and take decisions about whether to book and/or cruise with us. Cancellations based on health concerns will incur no penalties, however close to a cruise date.
- WSTL will work with Volunteers to assist them in their own risk assessments and establish a clear approach for their involvement in our operations. WSTL will support volunteers with temporary suspension of crewing if this is required.
- Whilst we operate cruises:
- WSTL have implemented enhanced hygiene processes for a Waveney Stardust cruise with volunteers coached in carrying out thorough boat cleaning before, during and after a cruise
- Volunteers and passengers are asked not to turn up if they think they may be infectious or are in a high risk group
- WSTL will suspend operations as soon as they believe the risks to passengers or volunteers are too high or to comply with Government advice. In this case WSTL will:
- publicise an ‘Earliest Cruising Resume’ date for operations through the website and Enquiries line
- Contact all customers with bookings to cancel cruises up to the ‘Earliest Cruising Resume’ date
- take bookings for dates after the ‘Earliest Cruising Resume’ date with a clear statement that they are dependent risks reducing to an acceptable level
- monitor the situation continually and adjust the ‘Earliest Cruising Resume’ date if required
Cruises: Suspended until 31st July
Earliest Cruising Resume: 3rd August
Bookings: Open for 3rd August onwards*.
* Bookings are subject to review as the Covid-19 situation develops
Latest Government AdviceThe latest advice from the NHS can be found on their Covid-19 page.
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