West Coast Waters is a collaboration of all west coast DMOs and tourism organisations collectively representing over 2,500 tourism interests across the west coast of Scotland. It is supported by the key public agencies and travel partners in the area.
AS OF 23 MARCH IT IS NOW VITAL THAT EVERYONE STAYS AT HOME
First and foremost, businesses and visitors alike should follow all current guidance to minimise the spread of the virus and keep the public safe.
You can also get the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Scotland at the Scottish Government website.
VisitScotland Statement Regarding Covid-19
On 23 March, the UK and Scottish Governments announced that everyone should stay at home with no unnecessary journeys or social contact.
For businesses, all non-essential premises must close in the effort to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). This includes, but is not limited to:
~ Hotels, hostels, B&Bs, campsites and boarding houses for commercial use
~ Restaurants, cafes and public houses
~ Caravan parks/sites for commercial uses
~ Museums and galleries
For businesses in the area, please visit link for most up-to-date information > www.visitscotland.org/supporting-your-business/advice/coronavirus
West Coast Waters has been created to encourage people to celebrate the stunning west coast of Scotland, by getting in the water, on the water or being near the water. The perfect tie in to VisitScotland's Year of Coast and Waters 2020, but specifically recognising the diverse landscapes and wealth of activities the west coast offers.
We hope to be welcoming you later 2020 but for now Stay Safe.
A note of thanks to our content contributors. Photography credit: Oscar McBurney. Video credit: morroccomedia.com
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