During this time, we are committed to preventing the spread of the Coronavirus and to protect the health, safety and welfare of our instructor and customers. As such only those who are pre-booked on to a safari will be able to join us out on the water.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease. The coronavirus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
The main symptoms of coronavirus are:
Most people with coronavirus have at least one of these symptoms. If you have symptoms of coronavirus infection, however mild, you must not use our services.
Current NHS guidelines for checking symptoms and the requirements for self-isolation can be found here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
We have considered appropriate controls to protect our instructor, customers and other visitors from foreseeable hazards: including Coronavirus. The following measures stipulate key controls present at this site following a risk assessment. You must familiarise yourself with these controls and take any precautions outlined.
COVID-19 Controls – Core Principles
At the heart of our control measures is the requirement to maintain social distancing (Keep a distance of 2 metres), and to ensure high standards of personal hygiene.
COVID – 19 Visitor Safety Measures
For your safety, and the to protect our instructor and other site visitors, we have introduced new controls at this site. These controls are outlined below:
You must not visit our site if you
*If you are unsure of the current guidelines on self-isolating, we would ask you to review them here prior to attending site. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
For your safety our emergency procedures may override any guidance set about above.
While all reasonable effort will be made to eliminate the risk of spreading COVID-19 no measures are guaranteed. We reserve the right to refuse to take you on safari if it is suspected that you may be suffering from COVID-19 symptoms.
At the heart of our control measures is the requirement to maintain social distancing (Keep a distance of 1+ metres), and to ensure high standards of personal hygiene.
Visitor Health:You must not visit our site if you
HandwashingPlease use hand gel prior to entering the marina.
You must maintain a 1+ metre distance from all persons at all times. Please follow your instructors instructions on where to stand at all times.
EquipmentAll equipment will be rigorously cleaned in between each session. Wetsuits and buoyancy aids will be sterilised. Storage boxes and skis will be disinfectant before and after each use.
You do not have to wear a wetsuit but if you would like to and you have your own then please use it. If you think you may need something warmer than shorts and t-shirts then a windproof jacket can be worn. Your wetsuit shoes or old trainers can be worn if you prefer not to go barefoot.
Buoyancy Aids will be sterilised after each use and left to dry. Where possible back to back use will be avoided.
BookingAll safaris must be pre-booked online or over the phone and paid for in advance. We are not able to accommodate walk in bookings.
Payment must be made in advance, online where possible. Bank transfer & Paypal are available.
WaiversWaivers must be completed online prior to the safari. An individual waiver for participants is required. Under 18s must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.
Safety BriefingYour meet and greet and safety briefing will take place in the open air and you must stand where you are instructed to do so at all times.
We continue to follow current government guidelines during this pandemic and review processes as necessary.
Boarding a Ski
During boarding of the ski the instructor will hold the ski in the water with his back to you for a few moments. Customer details will be stored, in line with government guidelines, for the purpose of contact tracing should the need require
BelongingsPlease come dressed ready with minimal belongings to aid storage whilst on the safari.