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Here at Watermark, our number one priority is the health, safety, and comfort of our guests and our team.
COVID-19 Addendum for tour/cruise tickets:
Watermark has taken enhanced health and safety measures – for you, other guests, and staff members. You must follow all posted instructions while onboard a Watermark vessel or on a walking tour. As a guest on a Watermark vessel or walking tour, you agree to abide by current COVID-19 guidance, emergency regulation, and any other safety guidance which Watermark deems necessary for the safety of its staff and guests. Such guidance may be modified at any time consequent to existing conditions.
In accordance with President Biden’s Executive Order #13998 and recent CDC guidelines, face masks are no longer required to be worn on open decks (“outside”) of vessels. Face masks covering the nose and mouth continue to be required to be worn by passengers and Watermark staff while in the interior cabins of the vessels, even though the State of Maryland no longer has the same requirement. Masks may be removed when eating or drinking.
By purchasing a ticket, you agree to follow this protocol. Once on board, if you have a question or concern about our COVID-19 protocol, please ask any member of our staff. If you are uncomfortable and would like to disembark before we leave the dock, please notify one of our staff. Your safety and enjoyment are our highest priorities.
On land, outside, vaccinated tour guides may elect to not wear a mask or shield.
CDC strongly recommends that anyone who has not yet been vaccinated still wear masks in most settings, however fully vaccinated individuals may resume any activities without wearing a mask indoors or outdoors, on land.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention”, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
Protecting our guests
We have implemented cashless water taxi fare payment via the Where In Annapolis app. Cash is also accepted.
Hand sanitizer is available on our vessels.
Our team is regularly sanitizing frequently-handled surfaces.
Our passenger count on the vessels is reduced.
We ask that our guests do not board the vessels if they are sick and/or have a fever.
Protecting our team
Each team member is screened one at a time.
Hand sanitizer is provided at the entrances of Watermark operations office locations.
Team members are directed to wash their hands or use approved hand sanitizer before entering the office.
More information can be found at https://watermarkjourney.com/covid-19/
Events occur rain or shine. In the unlikely event that Watermark should have to cancel, we will attempt to contact you and ticket will be refunded or event rescheduled. Watermark may cancel any event because of severe weather, mechanical breakdown, or lack of participation.
Tickets are non-refundable. Payment will be processed at the time of purchase.
Vessel Substitution: Boat assignments are subject to change at any time.
Route Change: Cruise routes are subject to change at any time.
Many cruises are walk-up only, with plenty of capacity. For our full cruise schedule, go to http://cruisesonthebay.com/.
Vessel assignments and cruise routes are subject to change.
Please dress appropriately for the weather including sunscreen. We suggest comfortable shoes for walking tours.
On our vessels, snacks and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. Outside beverages and coolers are not allowed. Bagged lunches welcome.