COVID-19 guidance posters for marine transportation

These posters provide guidance on measures put in place by Transport Canada related to COVID-19 and marine transportation to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Canada.

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COVID-19 and pleasure craft

COVID-19: Guidance for Canadians using marinas and boat launches

COVID-19: Guidance for Canadians using marinas and boat launches

(PDF, 358 KB)

COVID-19: Physical distancing and safe boating for Canadians

COVID-19: Physical distancing and safe boating for Canadians

(PDF, 439 KB)

COVID-19: Physical distancing for Canadian boaters

COVID-19: Physical distancing for Canadian boaters

(PDF, 632 KB)

 

COVID-19: Safe boating for Canadians to reduce the burden on emergency responders

COVID-19: Safe boating for Canadians to reduce the burden on emergency responders

(PDF, 354 KB)

 

Face covering requirements for travel on passenger vessels and ferries

Face covering requirements for travel on passenger vessels and ferries

(PDF, 566 KB)

 

Keeping you safe at work

Canada’s ports are open to international trade

Keeping you safe at work: Canada’s ports are open to international trade

(PDF, 551 KB)

Marine sector health and COVID-19

Keeping you safe at work: Marine sector health and COVID-19

(PDF, 209 KB)

 

Planning on boating across the border? Don’t.

Canoe version

Planning on boating across the border? Don’t. (Canoe)

(PDF, 365 KB)

Jet ski version

Planning on boating across the border? Don’t. (Jet ski)

(PDF, 392 KB)

Motor boat version

Planning on boating across the border? Don’t. (Motor boat)

(PDF, 364 KB)

 

Sailboat version

Planning on boating across the border? Don’t. (Sailboat)

(PDF, 390 KB)

 

Travelling by ferry

Travelling by ferry or water taxi in Canada? New COVID-19 restrictions in effect

Travelling by ferry or water taxi in Canada? New COVID-19 restrictions in effect

(PDF, 237 KB)

Travelling on a ferry in Canada? Safety matters!

Travelling on a ferry in Canada? Safety matters!

Travelling on a ferry in Canada? Safety matters!

(PDF, 277 KB)

Travelling on ferry with an open vehicle deck

A ferry with people inside vehicles on an open vehicle deck as well as people in passenger areas

With plenty of natural ventilation, passengers can stay in their vehicles or go to passenger areas while ferry is moving.

 

Travelling on a ferry with closed and partially open vehicle decks

A ferry with no one in vehicles on closed vehicle deck, people inside vehicles on partially open ferry deck, and people in passenger areas

For the lowest enclosed decks, passengers must leave their vehicles and go to designated passenger areas. Natural ventilation is limited so that in an emergency, the crew can seal it off so passengers and crew can stay safe and evacuate. For open decks, passengers can stay in their vehicles.

Travelling on ferries with open, partially open and closed vehicle decks

Two ferries: One ferry has an open vehicle deck with people inside the vehicles as well as in passenger areas; second ferry with no one in vehicles on closed vehicle deck, people inside vehicles on partially open ferry deck, and people in passenger areas

With plenty of natural ventilation on open vehicle decks, passengers can stay in their vehicles or go to passenger areas while ferry is moving. For the lowest enclosed decks, passengers must leave their vehicles and go to designated passenger areas. Natural ventilation is limited so that in an emergency, the crew can seal it off so passengers and crew can stay safe and evacuate. For open decks, passengers can stay in their vehicles.