Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: Estonia
- Can I and my crew get to my boat and back?
Borders open to EU but 14 day self-isolation for those from countries with an infection rate of <16/100,000. As of 31st July this includes the UK – infection rate 12.6.
Leisure Vessels arriving from outside Estonia:
Master of a recreational vessel must inform the nearest port police authority or a port authority of their arrival in Estonia (crossing the State border), who will then inform the nearest port police authority (Tallinn border inspection point tel. +372 619 1260), at least one hour before entering or leaving the port. The Police will carry out the border control based on the request. For a list of ports able to accept international arrivals see the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board web page
For further information about entry requirements, contact the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board, customer support +372 6123000
Note. Estonia is now on the UK Government list of countries exempt from 14 days quarantine on arrival into the UK
- Restrictions sailing in-country and cross-border
No known restrictions on in-country sailing. Check with ports and marinas for the latest updates about facilities available.
Prohibited to enter from Russia (Third Country) and Sweden (infection rate >16)
- Social restrictions and requirements (and any special points)
Bars, restaurants and nightclubs open but with limited capacity (50%). See ERR news below for more information.
- Estonian Government
- Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Estonian Health Board
- Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Current Entry Requirements
- Visit Estonia: Official tourist information
- UK FCO (Foreign & Commonwealth Office)
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