Safety and Well-being of our guests (Covid-19)

Committed to the safety and well-being of our guests, staff and our community during Covid-19 pandemic

 Mega Nova Whale Watching boat tours in Brier Island, Digby Neck, Nova ScotiaOur 2020 season is in full swing with great whale watching and awesome guests who are enjoying what the Bay of Fundy has to offer. We hope to continue our season into the fall with a closing date that is yet to be determined, depending on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic at that time. 

 
**Please note, that we are only accepting reservations from residents within the Atlantic Provinces at this time. We are sorry to disappoint anyone, but we feel that it is necessary for safety reasons. We hope that you will consider visiting us at another time.

 

To ensure the safety of everyone, here are some of the measures that we have in place for your protection:

 

1. Reservation and check-in procedures are minimal contact. Your reservation is secured with a credit card which will be charged 24 hours prior to your departure time. You will then be sent a boarding pass which can be shown when you report to boat for departure. This minimizes the number of guests within our premises. If you wish to pay by cash or debit, please check in at our office 1 hour prior to departure. Only 1 person from your group please. The building is limited to 3 in the lobby waiting for entry into our office and only 1 person should be in our office at a time. Please wear a mask or face covering and remember to social distance from others. Please use sanitizer provided when you enter our office.

 

2. Because physical distancing is very important in our fight to reduce the spread of Covid-19, we ask that you respect that on our premises and on our boat. It will not always be possible to stay apart, so it is asked that you bring a mask or face covering with you. If you forget, we will provide you with one.

 

3. You will be screened for symptoms and asked to sanitize your hands prior to boarding. If you have any of the symptoms, you will be asked to return to the office for refund or a voucher to visit us at another time.

 

4. Boats are operating at reduced capacity. The boats are also frequently sanitized throughout the cruise and hand sanitizer is available.

 

These measures may seem extreme, but we have nothing but your health and safety in mind as we try to work through this crisis together. It is our endeavor to protect our guests, our staff and our community at this time.

 

If you have any questions, or would like to book, please call us at 1-800-656-3660 or visit our website brierislandwhalewatch.com

 

Shelley Lonergan

Business Manager/Research Coordinator           Director

Brier Island Whale and Seabird Cruises              FEWR-Fundy East Whale Rescue
PO Box 1199 223 Water St
Westport, Nova Scotia 
B0V 1H0
1-800-656-3660

 

Dolphins in the Bay of Fundy