Since our first excursion in San Diego more than 105 years ago, we have prioritized the health, comfort and safety of everyone who steps aboard one of our ships. Today, these high standards are as important as ever. We'd like to give you an update on how your experience might be affected by our adherence to evolving federal and local requirements.

Face Coverings

Coronado Ferry
Regardless of vaccination status, face masks are required on the Coronado Ferry in accordance with federal law regarding public transportation.

All Other Cruises
Guests who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear a mask. Proof of vaccination is not required. By entering without a mask, you agree that you are in compliance with the order.

Guests who are not vaccinated (age 2 and older) are still required to wear a face mask that completely covers their noses and mouths. Masks may be removed when drinking or dining.

Staff & Crew
Flagship staff and crew will continue to wear masks as mandated by the CDC and California Department of Public Health.

Enhanced Sanitation

On top of our regular stringent cleaning proceedures we have invested in new equipment that sanitizes surfaces between cruises, we have increased access to hand sanitizer stations, and we are expanding our contactless payment options.

Private Events

Our events team has been busy planning weddings, local corporate events, birthdays and other milestone celebrations. We are booking private charters as well as semi-private areas on our public cruises in accordance with applicable capacity limits and guidelines.

We know you will have many questions about your event. Contact our event team at any stage of planning and we will do our best to provide the flexibility that you need.

Cruise With Confidence

If you have any questions or comments at all, we encourage you to please contact us. Thank you for choosing Flagship!

Updated: July 1, 2021