Squadron to re-open under Level Two

Dear Members,

The Government have today announced that Auckland will move down to COVID-19 Alert Level Two as of midnight tonight – Wednesday 17th February 2021.

This means that the RNZYS will re-open our doors to Members tomorrow – Thursday 18th February 2021 from 10am. 

RNZYS staff have been in the building today to ensure the club is ready for your arrival. This includes a thorough clean of the entire building with a high focus on touch points and bathroom facilities. To ensure you feel safe when you return to use the club, we will have hand sanitizer located all around the building as well as extra soap and handtowels in all of the bathrooms. It is very important that Members continue to wash and sanitize their hands when visiting to help stop the spread of the virus. 

For more health guidelines please see: https://covid19.govt.nz

Signing In

When arriving at the Squadron it is compulsory that you sign in via the Government Covid Tracer App. Make sure you have this app downloaded on your phone. You will see the QR Code clearly displayed at all entrances, as well as around the building and at the entrances to the Members Bar and Quarterdeck. 

Alternatively you can sign in using the visitors book at the main and eastern entrances.

Members Bar & Quarterdeck Restaurant

Opening: Thursday 18th February 2021 | Hours: 12pm – 8pm, Monday to Sunday.

The Members Bar or Quarterdeck Restaurant will be open with table service only, and waiters will attend to specific sections to reduce contact. All tables/groups will be spaced one metre apart and there is a 100 person limit in each venue. Private dining spaces will also be made available. 

Please book via:events@rnzys.org.nz

Sailing Update

Sailing is good to go under Alert Level 2, and will resume tomorrow night with the Nespresso Elliott 7 Sprint Series. All further upcoming sailing dates are being reviewed, with more information to come in the next few days. 

We will be updating you on the specifics of any restrictions in due course. 

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