CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Information
Wisconsin Water Wings Parasailing
Operating Plan and Procedures for COVID-19
As always, your safety is our biggest concern...
Below is the plan for Wisconsin Water Wings Parasail to operate for the 2020 season from South Shore Pier in Ephraim in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. Our operations will conform to standards outlined by the CDC in effort to create a safe environment for both our customers and crew.
Parasailing is an outdoor activity that takes place in open-air environment during daylight hours. The environment that this activity is conducted in promotes a lower risk due to the open-air, heat and sun.
*Please note that we will be using alcohol based cleaning solutions to sanitize any parasailing equipment as bleach damages parasail equipment.*
Procedures in response to COVID-19:
- All customers will be required to wear face coverings only during harnessing/unharnessing.
- All customers are required to sanitize hands before boarding the boat. (sanitizer is provided)
- Staff members will be actively monitored for Covid-19 symptoms.
- All Staff will be required to wear face masks during customer interaction of less than 6 ft.
- All Staff will be required to sanitize their hands before harnessing each flyer and between each flight.
- The harness each customer wears will be sanitized between each use.
- The Personal Flotation Device (PFD) will also be sanitized between each use.
- All equipment, common areas and boat will be sanitized between each trip.
- We will be using an alcohol-based cleaning solution to sanitize all equipment.
- We have a legal capacity to hold 6 passengers and 2 crew members. Guidance from the CDC lists not gathering in groups larger than 10, with our capacity being 6 customers, we stand to operate capacity as normal. Please do not hesitate to call and discuss any concerns you may have regarding our operating procedure during our nation's current environment.
We are eager to see you all this summer and give you the amazing experience of flying over the waters of Door County!