Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: UK - England

            
        
    

Status Summary

A gradual easing of restrictions for England is being implemented and can be seen in full by following this link.

The implications for boating are as follows:

  • Step 1 - From 8th March
    • Stay at home rules apply
    • Travel is restricted to the local area
    • Boating is permitted as part of exercise with a single household/bubble
    • Time away from home is to be minimised
    • Overnight stay on board is not permitted except for live aboards
    • Social distancing rules apply
    • Non-essential overseas travel banned
  • Step 1 - From 29th March
    • Stay at home rule lifted
    • Travel to be minimised
    • Boating permitted with one household inside or up to six people/two households outside
    • Overnight stay on board is not permitted except for live aboards
    • Social distancing rules apply
    • Non-essential overseas travel banned
  • Step 2 - Not earlier than 12th April
    • As Step 1 but overnight stays for single household permitted.
  • Step 3 - Not earlier than 17th May
    • As Step 2 but 6 people/2 households permitted for overnight stay
    • Overseas travel may be permitted
  • Step 4 - Not earlier than 21st June
    • No restrictions

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The information/links on this page were last reviewed on 05/04/2021

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