Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: UK - Scotland
Covid-19 restrictions in Scotland may differ from, and may be in force longer than, rules in other parts of the UK.
Most of the previous restrictions on sailing have now been eased and most harbours have reopened to visiting boats, although some have restrictions and/or request pre-booking.
Travel within Scotland, and between Scotland and the rest of the UK, is now permitted (though check Government site for any local constraints).
Travel to the islands is permitted, though visitors are requested (but not mandated) to have two lateral flow Covid tests in the 3 days prior to arrival. Visitors are asked to be considerate and Respect the Destination, as most remote communities have very constrained medical facilities, if any.
International travel into Scotland is subject to a "traffic light" system of green & amber & red countries (similar to England), although foreign travel for holidays is "discouraged".
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