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    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    Don't worry I can just do it myself
    I can jsut drop a ticket from their order and then you can book through the system
    Can you call me at 571-488-5878 and we can arrange this?
    Michael Jordan
    @AviatorJordan_twitter
    I am at the checkin with my +1, and hoping I can get her in
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    Or if you don't mind just paying him the money on site then that'll be faster and save some $ in fees
    Michael Jordan
    @AviatorJordan_twitter
    Let’s do it!
    i am here now
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    Sorry I'm just not getting updates from Gitter at all unless I reload the page, can you message me on Slack instead?
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    @nancyvenka_twitter Hey, our system doesn't show you as checked in. Were you able to find a parking spot? If you need to give me a call my # is 571-488-5878
    Terry Cox
    @terrycox
    Hello. Are you booking for the May 27 launch?
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    @Sgira22_twitter
    Hello @terrycox, as long as the Florida stay- at- home order is in place, we will continue to follow those guidelines so a launch viewing event on the boats, unfortunately, will not be possible.
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    @terrycox We will evaluate the situation as it gets closer to the launch, and let you all know what might be possible, but our highest priority is keeping everyone safe. Getting a bunch of people from all around the world on small boats for a significant period of time is pretty much worse case for spreading COVID-19, so while we're really excited for this launch, we're likely to err on the side of caution if there is still a substantial risk.
    cncorange
    @cncorange_twitter
    will you open soon? mow that the parks are open?
    1 reply
    IMDDA
    @OfficialIMDDA_twitter
    Can you recomened some of the charter capatains?
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    @OfficialIMDDA_twitter Sure. For six person smaller boats, we recommend Captain Greg with Sea Leveler and Captain Time with Get Down Charters. For larger boats (up to 18 people, we can suggest Captain Dusty with Time and Tide tours. Stay safe and hope you enjoy the launch!
    Sean
    @Sean68275329_twitter
    Do you have a plan to atlas V on Jul,30?
    Sherwino
    @sherwino
    Hello everybody, hope y'all doing well
    Which channel is more active? Gitter or Slack?
    Might need an invite link to get in there
    1 reply
    Second thing I wanted to ask are y'all going to take part in the Crew Dragon launch this Saturday Evening
    Sherwino
    @sherwino
    @CAM-Gerlach :wave: I think this might be a good question for you
    LarryELewter
    @LarryELewter
    How much are tickets to watch rocket from a boat?
    sam sammy
    @sammyindestin_twitter
    Anybody monitoring?
    1 reply
    Daniela Larsen
    @danielalarsen:matrix.org
    [m]
    Where
    And when do we meet for the pre launch launchpad tour?
    2 replies
    Greg Melencio
    @GMelencio
    For the "Private boat tour" for how many people does that allow boarding? I will be taking my 3 boys with me (10yo, 7yo, and 2yo) - How many tickets would I need to purchase?
    2 replies
    sondrobe
    @sondrooobe_twitter
    Hi! Are the "Pre-Launch Tour tickets" good for the rocket launch viewing too?
    1 reply
    kevinbjohnsonia
    @kevinbjohnsonia
    Hello, with the delay to Friday morning launch, is the pre-launch tour also moved ahead to Thursday night? If so, do the timings stay the same?
    1 reply
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach

    @/all Hey everyone! For those who are booked for the Star Fleet mission to see the SpaceX NASA Crew-2 astronaut launch, due to weather conditions downrange, the flight has been DELAYED one day to 5:49 AM EDT on Friday, April 23. Everything looks excellent for launch on Friday, we were able to rebook the boats and your tickets are still fully valid for that day as per our policy, but the times are now 20-30 minutes earlier to account for the new launch time: Checkin 3:45 AM | Boarding 4:30 AM | Departure 4:50 AM

    Tours are still on for this evening as scheduled, as the rocket and capsule remains vertical on the pad, and the weather will still be great here. Importantly, however, due to the expansion from one boat and 15 people to almost a dozen boats and 60 people by popular demand, we have moved the tour checkin times 30 minutes earlier as well to ensure everyone has enough time to get on board: Checkin 5:00 PM | Boarding 5:30 PM | Departure 6:00 PM

    If you aren't able to go out with us, you can have your tickets transferred to a pre-launch tour (if you haven't already purchased one) so you can still see the rocket and capsule up close on the launch pad; we are happy to give you a full refund of your tickets. Either way, please let us know no later than 12 noon EDT Thursday, April 22 so we can ensure you're taken care of. Thanks, and looking forward to still hopefully seeing all of you there!

    LWADZ
    @LWADZ2_twitter
    Hey, I'll be planning on coming if we are still green around 1 PM EST.
    1 reply
    Ray
    @pluto8_twitter
    Hi, so Playlinda Beach is closed until after the launch is over because of a potential chemical risk. Will the star fleet boat tours still be getting as close as usual despite the chemical risk?
    Playlinda will not be opening at the usual 6am time. I called Kennedy Center asked if people will still be at the paid viewing spots and they said yes because there is the staff and facilities there if needed
    I'm wondering the star fleet boats have to back off. Ive never seen a launch before and in thinking of going with star fleet for optimally viewing. Birthday is tomorrow lol
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    Hey @pluto8_twitter , happy early birthday! Thanks for asking. Playalinda is located north of the trajectory and is closer to where the capsule (with its toxic hypergolic thrusters) would come down if there was an abort, hence the concern; we're to the south of the trajectory at a somewhat further distance and we've cleared our location with both the 45th space wing and the US Coast Guard, and we're well outside the hazard zones, safety areas and security perimeters, so we won't need to move our boats any further. Let us know if you have any other questions or we can help any further, thanks!
    Ray
    @pluto8_twitter
    Awesome.
    You already checked alll that out
    How close will the boat be km?
    Ya great reply thanks
    CAM Gerlach
    @CAM-Gerlach
    Hey @pluto8_twitter Its quite a bit further away than Plyalalinda (and at least Feel the Heat at KSCVC, which is sold out), at roughly 19 km, but is still closer and has a much clearer view of both launch and the landing burn on the horizon (clouds permitting) than the other public options that will be open at that time.
    LWADZ
    @LWADZ2_twitter
    We still looking good to do this thang?
    1 reply
    Ray
    @pluto8_twitter
    Lol 19km put for 75 bucks. Screw that. Theres a bridge 11 miles out.
    3 replies
    19km out**
    Starfleet website said 8km didnt it?
    4 replies
    Well bridge not be available?
    3 replies
    LWADZ
    @LWADZ2_twitter
    Thanks for setting that up guys. It was great!
    Joel Stiles
    @joelastiles_twitter
    Are there launch watching from boat available for june 3 launch?
    jason scibor
    @jasonscibor_twitter
    Same question as above
    Amanda
    @teamspaker_twitter
    Will there be launch watching available for the June 20th launch?
    Keith Harp
    @keithharp
    Will there be launch viewing for the June 25th launch?
    Terry Cox
    @terrycox
    My wife and I have booked a trip to the space coast Sep 29 thru Oct 5 of this year. There are a number of tentative SpaceX launches in that period- USSF-44, SARah 1, and Turksat 5B. Will you be booking boat tours for any of these (especially the Falcon Heavy launch?) If so, when will the bookings be open?