At the Flying Whale Cafe, a bright new space overlooking the harbour, capacity is limited as well. Seating has been limited and stickers show people how to move through the space while respecting physical distancing protocols. Everything on the menu, including sandwiches and flatbreads, is made to order.
With local beer from Parallel 49 Brewing and BC house wines, the Flying Whale's amazing waterfront views make it a great spot to relax, enjoy some fresh air and catch up with friends in a physically-distant way.
Emerging from months of isolation is tough. But the timing is good with the exciting new FlyOver Iceland film playing in Vancouver for a limited time. Coupled with great deals and the promise of sunny days on the waterfront, summer is looking good at FlyOver Canada.
Travan recommends guests book online to avoid lines and waiting. Coming early or later in the day may also help avoid larger crowds. She says the team is excited to be finally welcoming people back to experience the thrill of FlyOver.
"We really believe in what we do here, that it can make people feel good," she says. "And with the right plan in place, we're feeling confident."