Updated March 10, 2020

The health and safety of our guests and crew are paramount at Rocio del Mar and Quino el Guardian Liveaboards. While we have always had procedures in place to provide a clean and sanitary experience, we know that additional steps must be taken during this time and communicated with our guests. In addition, we are closely monitoring travel and cleaning recommendations by the World Health Organization as well as staying in contact with other dive and travel agencies and practices.

Our guests come to us from all over the world and we are committed to providing the best experience possible. We want to assure our guests that we are doing our utmost to protect the health of them and our crew. This includes but not limited to:

All guest rooms and public areas are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized between trips.

Handrails, doorknobs and hallway walls are cleaned and sanitized a minimum of twice a day.

The salon, galley and outside lounge area are sanitized twice daily.

Hand sanitizer is available in all public areas and in each guest room. All guests and crew are required to use this before entering the galley for meals.

Clorox wipes are in all guest rooms and on the camera table.

Disinfectant is available for our guests to use on their masks and regulators. There are no communal rinse tanks for masks.

Disinfectant is added to all neoprene rinse tanks.

Tissues are available throughout the boat along with receptacles for used tissues. These are emptied throughout the day.

Should you arrive at the boat with a cough, fever, or flu-like symptoms, you may be denied boarding for the health and safety of the other passengers and crew. We will be happy to provide you documentation for your travel insurance provider. Should you not have travel insurance and we deny you boarding, we will provide you with the opportunity to return on another trip in the next twelve months.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:

Susan Long

Dora Sandoval