The county’s Board of Supervisors is being asked to allow multiple households on a single vessel, similar to protocols implemented for San Diego’s boaters.

LOS ANGELES—It’s a rare moment when a policy action in San Diego County influences possible regulatory action in Los Angeles County, yet America’s Finest City has certainly influenced a campaign to update its Covid-19-themed mandates for recreational boating in Marina del Rey, Redondo Beach, San Pedro and Long Beach.

San Diego County, in late September, approved a set of protocols allowing recreational boating to re-open. Boaters at San Diego Bay, Mission Bay, Oceanside Harbor and all local lakes are now allowed to have non-household members aboard, so long as certain protocols, such a social distancing, mask-wearing and hygiene practices, are followed.

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