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Nantucket, Massachusetts

COVID-19 Update

As the effects of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) unfold, we are mindful of keeping our guests and community informed of what we have planned for the spring season. It is an ever changing and evolving situation which we are monitoring daily. The health and wellbeing of our guests, team members and local community is paramount to us.
 
We are proactively prepared to follow the guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization and are in regular contact with Town of Nantucket health officials to maximize the effectiveness of our response.  We are taking extra measures before we open for the season, including increased vigilance and frequency in sanitizing and cleaning, especially public areas strict practices in food handling and preparation and initiating health policies for both our employees and guests to ensure safe environment for all. Keeping our employees informed and giving them the tools they need to keep themselves and our environment safe is our highest priority.

As our seasoned guests know well, there has never been anything standard about our standards. To see our entire Covid-19 Safety Blueprint, CLICK HEREWe have also compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions and updated our BLOG on current information on stores, restaurants and activities. To ensure safety and to help stop the spread of Covid - 19, the Town of Nantucket's Face Covering Order requires all members of our community to wear masks in public. For a map of the island and more information click here

IMPORTANT NEW UPDATE - EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2020

Effective August 1, 2020, all travelers to Massachusetts must comply with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Travel Order. The travel new order requires all visitors and returning residents to complete a Massachusetts Traveler Form unless the are coming from a state that has been designated a lower risk COVID-19 state or fall into an exemption category. 

The new travel order also provides that visitors and returning residents arriving in Massachusetts from any other place other than a COVID-19 lower-risk state must quarantine for 14-days they can produce a negative COVID-19 test result administered on a sample taken not more than 72-hours prior to arriving in Massachusetts

We appreciate your commitment to keeping our entire community safe an limiting the spread of COVID-19 by taking this extra precaution. 

 
We are currently OPEN for reservations for the 2020 Nantucket season

2020 Cancellation Policy

Guests canceling their reservations more than 30 days prior to their arrival date will be refunded 90% of their deposit. Guests canceling within 30 days of scheduled arrival date receive no refund, regardless of reason for cancellation: the entire deposit is forfeited as the agreed-upon late cancellation fee. If a reservation is shortened within 30 days of arrival, there will be no refund for unused days. NO SHOW, NO CALL ON DAY OF ARRIVAL, RESULTS IN FORFEITURE OF ENTIRE DEPOSIT. If you must cancel or change your arrival date, on the day of arrival, you must notify Nantucket Boat Basin Dockmaster prior to 10am that day.
 
For the most current information specific to Nantucket, please visit Town of Nantucket and Nantucket Cottage Hospital.
 
For more information on travel policies to and from the island, please contact transportation providers directly for their policies.  (Helpful links: Hy-line, Steamship Authority, and Cape Air)
 
We know Nantucket is a special place and we want our guests to feel confident and comfortable in planning their next trip to visit us and to relax and enjoy our marina when you are here. 

We are busily preparing to welcome you back to the docks of Nantucket Boat Basin and are looking forward to a bright summer ahead.

 
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