COVID-19

A message from Boating Ontario via Instagram:

"The recreational marine industry is truly blessed that we have been recognized as a safe social distancing activity for all Ontario families. As an industry, we must ensure that our employees and our customers are practicing safe social distancing protocols within our families."

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March 24, 2021

Spring is almost here, and we hope you are staying safe and healthy as the boating season approaches. 

The health and safety of our marina members as well those in our community are of utmost importance. The HKPR health unit in the City of Kawartha Lakes has designated our area to be in the yellow-protect category, which indicates that marinas can reopen with some social distancing restrictions. Restaurants, schools, theatres, recreational facilities, and retail stores are open to the public. For the most up-to-date information, visit www.HKPR.on.ca

Bookings and mechanical work continue to be available for members and new customers. Please call or email to make an appointment before your arrival. 

 

Should you require information please email or call us at centrepointmarina@hotmail.ca or +1-705-738-3463. 

 

All payments are accepted by e-transfer to centrepointmarina@hotmail.ca.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Tessa, Teya, and Temisia

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How can I stay safe on the water during COVID-19?

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Only boat with your household

Avoid having guests onboard that do not reside in your immediate household

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Keep your distance while refueling

Only one boat at a time at the gas dock. Contact us prior to your arrival. Please follow regular refueling safety

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Avoid rafting up

Keep your distance between other boats on the lake and at sandbars/beaches

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Practice good hand hygiene

 

Wash your hands thoroughly and often. Use hand sanitizer if you touch any shared surfaces.