Roche Harbor is welcoming guests for overnight moorage and lodging at 100% occupancy. This update comes from San Juan County Public Health Officer Dr. James’ revision to the Public Health Order of previous restrictions on September 10.
In addition to lifting limits on lodging capacity, the new order also lowers the turn around time between bookings from
24 hours to 6 hours, with a requirement that no cleaning happen less than 2 hours after guest departure, and that room
windows are open for ventilation for a minimum of 6 hours between guest stays.
PLEASE NOTE – Masks/face coverings are required in indoor spaces as well as situations in which a minimum 6 foot distance cannot be maintained.
It is a beautiful day in the San Juan Islands. We miss you all and truly wish you were here now.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact everyone. Unfortunately, we will all have to continue making significant changes in our daily behavior until the crisis is over. Excellent sanitation, personal behavior, social distancing and isolation of patients are the only currently effective ways to address this disease. No one really likes any of these changes, but they are the only effective treatment we have until a vaccine or cure.
You may wonder “How will you make us as safe as possible?” Below is the brief outline of our amended operations. Of course, all of this could change with very short notice.
The Governor released Washington’s Phased Approach – Reopening Business and Modifying Physical Distancing Measures. This is a 4 phased plan that sets guidelines and provides some date guidance. Roche Harbor will follow these phases and San Juan County’s implementation of the State’s phased reopening plan. Below is our general plan for reopening under the phased plan. Please recognize the dates are entirely subject to continuing improvements in Washington State’s COVID-19 case rates.
Phase 2 – CURRENTLY
In addition to this Phased Operating Plan. Roche Harbor will be implementing a wide range of extensive cleaning, sanitation, staff health and training and operational changes. Here is a brief outline:
There is a lot we do not know. Changes are on-going over the days, weeks, and months to come. Everything is and will continue to be different than what we have all known.
We are in this together.
Roche Harbor is committed to providing a safe environment and operation, and a great experience for guests and employees. Our ‘sense of place’ comes not just from the place, but from all of you who have given so much for so many years. The coming weeks, months and year will be a great challenge to us all.
There will be many stories to tell and when this is over and there is a cure…we will host a grand celebration to our mutual success!
Roche Harbor is overwhelmingly grateful for your years of support.
Brent Snow, General Manager