Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: Guernsey

            
        
    

Status Summary

  1. Can I and my crew get to my boat and back?
    14 days isolation required on arrival.

    No requirement for quarantine on arrival in the UK from Guernsey (Common Travel Area).

  2. Restrictions sailing in-country and cross-border
    Sailing allowed within territorial waters. If landfall is made outside territorial waters, 14 days self-isolation required on return. See Guidelines for the use of Pleasure Boats and General Aviation - 20 June 2020 (PDF). St Peter Port will only accept visiting vessels from outside of the Bailiwick if there is an urgent requirement to do so and all visiting vessels will be moored in isolation and no crews are to proceed ashore for at least 14 days and then, only on authorisation from the Director of Public Health. Current advice is that this will not be lifted before the 1st of September. Clearance from Guernsey Border Agency required in advance. See NTM 021/2020

  3. Social restrictions and requirements (and any special points)
    In Phase 5 of exit from lockdown. All restrictions on life on Guernsey lifted for residents but travel restrictions still apply – essentially the border remains closed to non-essential travellers.

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Reviewed: 04/08/20

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