Welcome! St. Croix has opened back up for travel and we have resumed operations! Reward yourself with a break from stay at home orders while maintaining social distancing on the beautiful Caribbean Sea. The health and safety of our guest and staff is our top priority, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we implement our new social distancing, cleaning, and sanitizing procedures. On behalf of the Sea Thru Kayaks family, thank you for placing your support behind us in these unprecedented times. Stay safe!
Separation of Individual groups and families
o We will no longer allow any members from any family or group to be paired with, or comingled with, any other unfamiliar guest, or staff, in our tandem kayaks.
o Any group or family consisting of an odd number of guest that is not able to be paired with other members of their group into our tandem (two seater) kayaks will be required to paddle in an individual kayak.
All individuals will be expected to adhere to the minimum 6-foot social distancing at all times. It will be no problem in the beautiful open Caribbean air
We have implement thorough cleaning procedures to ensure everyone’s safety, including: requiring hand sanitizing at the start of each tour, prohibiting the exchanging and trading of equipment between guest once it has been distributed, and appropriate cleaning/sanitizing procedures on all equipment, touch surfaces, and life vest before/after each use.
Our staff receives daily wellness checks to ensure they are healthy and symptom free.
Easy tour cancelations and rescheduling
If anyone in your group or party is feeling unwell or demonstrating any possible COVID symptoms, give us a call. We are happy to offer you a tour rescheduling or cancelation with a full refund. Yes, our tours are awesome, but nothing is worth risking the health and safety of our guest or staff.
Face covering policy
Yes, the Virgin Islands are currently under a mandatory “no mask, no service” policy for all businesses. Fortunately our outdoor venue exempts us from the governmental policy. While choosing to wear a face covering or mask at all times will be up to the individual during our tour, we discourage anyone from wearing any type of face covering while on the water. In the event of an accidental capsizing, a face covering soaked in water would become immediately stifling to your breathing, and that is something we do not want. As always, safety first.
For any further questions or concerns, please reach out to us directly.
For more information about current COVID 19 updates in the US Virgin Islands, please visit the following: