Covid-19 precautions for your health and safety on board 'Skellig Falcon'
A few changes to the way we look after you and you look after each other when on board.
We would ask passengers to observe good respiratory hygiene, using a tissue to cover any coughs/sneezes.
There is currently no Government requirement for passengers to wear a face-mask.
Until/unless that advice changes, we do not require passengers to wear face-masks while on deck.
We can carry a maximum of 12 passengers per trip.
Where possible during boarding and disembarking, we would ask that each group respects social distancing.
When on board, we ask that members of each group stay in each other’s company as much as possible and respect physical distancing between groups.
Because of HSE requirements, after booking confirmation we will contact the individual responsible for the booking to confirm whether or not other passengers included in the booking constitute a single household in which no-one needs to be socially distant from each other.
We will also require additional information as per the HSE guidelines in force at the time.