COVID-19 Tier Level Update for Saul Junction MarinaWe are delighted to announce that we will be reopening on Wednesday 2nd December.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our team and loyal customers for your support throughout the past months and we look forward to seeing you over the festive period. The health and safety of our team and customers is our priority and we have adapted our procedures and put additional measures in place in accordance with Government guidance.
Monday to Sunday 9am to 3pm, closed for 1 hour between 1-2pm
Where possible, please contact the marina office with enquiries on 01452 740043 to reduce physical contact
Thursday to Monday 9am to 5pm, appointment onl
3 Tier Alert Level
The Government have updated the 3 tier alert level system. Once we reopen on 2nd December, we will be in a Tier 2 - High alert level. This means that the rule of 6 indoors and outdoors is in place.
You may visit us in a maximum group size of 6 people (including children) from one household or support bubble.
You must not socialise with anyone you do not live with or who is not in your support bubble in any indoor setting and you must not socialise in a group of more than 6 people outside, including in a garden or a public space – this is called the ‘rule of 6’
Please click on the button at the end of this statement to see a summary of the activities which are and aren't allowed in each alert level.
To check the alert level for any postcode, please visit the Government Coronavirus webpage:
If you are from a Very High alert level area, you should not travel out of your area so please do not visit us until your alert level is reduced.
The Government now require everyone to wear a face covering in most indoor public settings, unless they have an exemption. We therefore ask that you wear a face covering when visiting our marina office, chandlery, brokerage and facilities buildings. Some exceptions do apply. For full details, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/...
Have undergone comprehensive training in our COVID-19 risk assessments, new procedures, social distancing and increased hygiene protocols
Have been provided with appropriate PPE including masks, visors, gloves and hand sanitiser, and trained in the use of each
Will be required to self-isolate if they have COVID-19 symptoms
We politely request that if you or any members of your household have COVID-19 symptoms, please do not visit us, stay at home and self-isolate. Symptoms include a new continuous cough, high temperature or loss of or change to your normal sense of taste or smell - https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/...
When visiting any of the on-site facilities, we are required to take your contact details and hold them for 21 days for the Government Test and Trace system. Please check in using the QR codes located around the facilities buildings.
Please adhere to social distancing guidelines. If you have children with you, please ensure they are supervised and adhering to social distancing at all times
Please pay by card or contactless
It is a legal requirement to wear a face covering in public areas of our premises, please ensure you are wearing a face covering before entering the premises, and adhere to the guidance at all times
Hand sanitiser is provided throughout the facilities buildings, please use it on entry and throughout your visit.
We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting, paying extra attention to high-touch areas, using fogging machines and sanitiser
Signage and information boards will be in place to remind guests and our team of social distancing and our new guidelines
Protective screens have been installed at all workplace counters to protect our team and customers
Our toilets and showers remain open with reduced capacity, the shared facility block will remain closed for your protection however the individual toilets and shower located by the marina office will remain open however we ask that you use the facilities on your boat where possible.
We are ventilating public areas as much as possible to allow increased air circulation
Maintain a minimum 2 metre spacing on walkways and jetties, look ahead and behind to observe and acknowledge others, passing only if necessary and using finger jetties to move a safe distance away
Please avoid touching any unnecessary surfaces such as jetty posts or bollards
Please wear suitable, clean gloves when using jetty bollards or water taps
Be conscious to maintain social distancing whilst on your boat or manoeuvring
Do not sit or stay on your boat unnecessarily or in close proximity to others
Please use on-board facilities on your boat if available
Adhere to the maximum occupancy signs displayed at facility buildings. Please make yourself aware of how many people are already using the facility before entering
The facilities will be regularly closed for cleaning. Please DO NOT ENTER during this time
Notices will be in place to indicate planned cleaning times and when cleaning is being carried out
Please queue outside, being aware of social distancing
Boat Sales Viewings
Viewings are by appointment only. When attending a viewing, we ask that a maximum of two people attend
Please maintain social distancing, wear a face covering, sanitise your hands on entry and exit and avoid touching surfaces
Please visit our brokerage website COVID-19 page for further guidance - https://www.lakelandleisureboa...
Our current boat sales listings can be viewed at https://www.lakelandleisureboa...
Please note: All Covid-19 policies are based on current UK Government guidelines and are being constantly reviewed based on the latest advice. With that in mind, please check back on our COVID-19 update page for the latest information before you travel.
Can we help?
If you cannot safely travel to perform security checks on your boat, or would rather not, we will provide checks on your boat upon request; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange this if you have a particular concern about your boat.
Can my friends visit my boat?
Be aware of Government Guidance on household gatherings dependent on the alert level for the Marina and your local area. As we are currently in a high alert level area, you can only visit Saul Junction Marina in a maximum group of 6 people from one household or support bubble.
Can I get diesel and a pump out?
Diesel and pump-outs are available. Only one boat on the service quay at any time, please call the marina to confirm the quay is free prior to moving your boat. Do not refuel or take fuel cans onto the jetties.
How do I buy chandlery items?
You can visit the chandlery however please observe social distancing and maximum occupancy numbers. We’re also operating a click and collect service from the marina office, Please phone or email us to arrange your order. Payment will be taken over the phone and your items will be packed ready for collection at an agreed time.
Can I view sales boats or list my boat for sale?
Boat viewings are available by appointment only.
Procedures are in place to facilitate safe viewings.
To view a boat or list your boat for sale, please email email@example.com or call 07748 036638 to discuss your enquiry.
All listings are available to view on our website https://www.lakelandleisureboa...
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