Monterey Bay Whales
May 19, 2020

COVID-19 Protocol- Updated September 9, 2021

Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis)

Please continue to wear a mask if you’re unvaccinated.


Continuing Safety Measures

Sea Goddess Whale Watching has always been a leader in safety. Sea Goddess is following CDC, California Department of Health and CAL/OSHA guidelines.

At 101 ft. long, the Goddess Fantasy vessel is one of the largest boats on the bay. We offer the best opportunity to practice safe distancing in addition to reducing our capacity to allow you even more peace of mind. This means you will still have room to roam about rather than being stuck in one place.

Here are the best practice actions we have put in place to help protect our guests and employees.

Control Measures 

Workers and guests are encouraged to stay home if exhibiting symptoms of any illness including COVID-19 symptoms. 

Cleaning & Disinfecting Protocols

Traffic areas, including handrails and both restrooms, will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis including before, during and after each tour. Hand sanitizer will be available for use.


As of June 15, 2021, All physical distancing and and capacity limitations have been lifted. We continue to encourage parties who arrive together  to stay with each other and distance themselves the recommended 6 ft.when moving about. We discourage all person-to-person contact while on board.

Face Masks

Face masks are required for all unvaccinated passengers and employees. All passengers are required to wear face masks while inside the vessels cabin. Please bring your own mask and take them off the boat with you, as we do not want any harmful products ending up in the ocean.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us prior to your tour. We look forward to seeing you!

Safety 1st and Always,

Team Sea Goddess

For the most up-to-date information, please visit the California State page and the Monterey County page.