Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: Estonia

            
        
    

Status Summary

Highly Restricted. 'Temporary’ border controls for own nationals, 14 day quarantine.

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25/05/20: From 1st of June Quarantine free travel will be permitted between Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania for those who are symptom free. Otherwise border restrictions unchanged. Local restrictions to ease with restaurants and bars, museums, sporting events permitted to open but with restrictions on numbers.

18/05/20 State of Emergency ended on 18th May. Border controls extended for a further 14 days restricting entry to Estonian Residents and EU Nationals whose role is essential.

16/04/20: There is some hope that, from the beginning of May, there might be some gradual easing of restrictions. Marinas and small harbours are open but the severe restrictions on travelling to and from the islands remains in place.

10/04/20: Harbours are open and people are allowed to work with their yachts/ boats so long as they follow the 2+2 rule (max 2 persons and min 2m apart). The sailing season in Estonia has not yet begun, most boats are on the shore. All facilities are closed. No launching so far.

 

Reviewed: 26/05/20

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