OUR COVID-19 POLICY

BEFORE YOUR VOYAGE – COVID-19 TEST
We require all participants to obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to your voyage departure.

Due to the enclosed environment on board the ship and the potential for a virus to transmit easily, we must to our utmost to keep the virus from the ship. This means we will require all participants to undergo a supervised Rapid Antigen Test conducted by our crew prior to boarding.

  • To attend your voyage, you will be required to return a negative COVID test.

  • We are currently using Rapid Antigen Tests, which our crew will provide upon arrival at the wharf

  • Participants will receive further information about the testing process and the cost prior to the voyage.


IF YOUR VOYAGE IS AFFECTED BY COVID-19

Before the voyage starts
If your voyage is unable to go ahead due to COVID-19 (e.g. Alert Level change in your region or you contract COVID-19), we will offer an unconditional transfer of your booking to a later date within 12 months, or hold your booking in credit for 12 months from the original voyage date. We may request proof if you are not able to join due to a positive case in your household. Please note due to the volatility of the pandemic, we do not offer refunds, only voyage transfers and voyage credit. All other Spirit of Adventure Trust T&Cs apply.

During your voyage
Should your voyage come to an end because you have tested positive for COVID-19 and you have completed less than 50% of the voyage, you will be eligible for a 50% refund of your voyage fee OR you can book a new voyage date within 12 months at a discounted rate of 50%. Travel costs are excluded from any eligible refunds.


SUSPECTED COVID-19 CASE
If at any time during a voyage the crew identifies a person to be symptomatic, they will tested using a Rapid Antigen Test.

Should the test come back positive, the person will be required to return home to isolate (Spirit of Adventure Trust will not be liable for travel costs). All remaining participants will be closely monitored for symptoms.

 

 

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