@/all ANNOUNCEMENT: The mission is still on and we've opened up a few more spots, and launch weather is currently at 60% chance of GO, with the main concern being liftoff winds. However, the captains have informed us that while it is still possible for us to go out, the waters will be pretty choppy, and they've said its possible they might not be able to go out as far as we normally do, although we'll still have a clear view and be the closest game in town.
To provide you all the best experience we can, we're guaranteeing everyone a spot on the big boat, "Double O" (OO2), since its much more stable in rough seas. We will also offer free Dramamine anti-seasickness tables for everyone at checkin well before departure, and we won't be out there too long, just the 15-30 minute trip out to the viewing location and back.
However, if have a particularly sensitive stomach and would prefer to view this launch from land, please let us know and we would be happy to offer a full refund. Just email us or message us on our Slack (preferred), Gitter, Facebook, or Twitter with your reservation code and full name, and we'll get that taken care of for you.
As backup options, we would recommend the Rt. 401 USAF stands or Jetty Park in Port Canaveral as the best spot to view the spectacular launch and landing, with the parks just south of the Port as an additional alternative. Be advised Playalinda will be closed and KSCVC is sold out. Whatever you choose, making sure everyone has the best possible launch experience is why Star Fleet exists, so don't hesitate to ask if you have questions or would like further viewing advice. Thanks, and we hope to see you on board the Fleet!