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COVID-19 UPDATE: EASTER IN ITALY AND SARDINIA
COVID-19 UPDATE: EASTER IN ITALY AND SARDINIA
Since last Monday 22nd of March 2021, the situation in Sardinia and Italy has slightly changed as per last government decree. At this moment Sardinia is marked with the orange risk code and all Italian regions are marked under different risk code range colors (orange or red depending on risk levels), but all Italy will be under red risk range code for Easter days.
COVID-19 QUICK UPDATE:  TRAVELLING TO SARDINIA
COVID-19 QUICK UPDATE: TRAVELLING TO SARDINIA
Following our last Covid-19 update of the 4th of March 2021, please note there is a quick and very important update related to new requirements in place to enter Sardinia as per Regional Decree n. 5 of the 5th of March 2021.
COVID-19 UPDATE: ITALY AND THE CARIBBEANS
COVID-19 UPDATE: ITALY AND THE CARIBBEANS
Here our last recap for this year 2020 related to Covid-19 travel requirements and situation in Italy and the Caribbean..
COVID 19 UPDATE: ITALY DIVIDED INTO THREE ZONES
COVID 19 UPDATE: ITALY DIVIDED INTO THREE ZONES
The central point of the Decree is the division of Italy into three areas (depending on the kind of risk). Each Region will fall into one of the three. The general rules of the Decree apply to everyone, other areas (the so-called "orange zone" and "red zone") are subject to further limitations:
  • Yellow zone (general rules apply and there are no further restrictions)
  • Orange zone
  • Red zone

Premier Giuseppe Conte formalized the different risk bands by region.
RED AREA: Aosta Valley, Piedmont, Lombardy and Calabria
ORANGE AREA: Puglia and Sicily
YELLOW AREA: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Campania, Emilia Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Liguria, Marche, Molise, Autonomous Province of Trento, Autonomous Province of Bolzano, Sardinia, Tuscany, Umbria and Veneto
COVID-19:  INTERNATIONAL UPDATED FOR YACHTING  INDUSTRY
COVID-19: INTERNATIONAL UPDATED FOR YACHTING INDUSTRY
When it will be possible to come to Sardinia? Are boats allowed to come? We are so impatient to say yes as you can imagine! We are very much positive that this will happen pretty much soon, but so far we cannot give a certain date. Our last email on the 16th of May was reporting the most updated position of Italian government as per official decree of the 17th of May: Italian border will be reopened by the 3rd of June, of course if level of contagion will remain low as it is so far.
COVID-19 UPDATE: NAUTICA DEPOT IS OPEN!
COVID-19 UPDATE: NAUTICA DEPOT IS OPEN!

Nautica Depot, our marine store located in Olbia, is officially open to public  Mondays to Fridays from 08:30hrs to 18:30hrs and on Saturdays from  09:00hrs to 13:00hrs. 

The shop area has been completely sanitized and equipped with all necessary anti-COVID19 measures to assure the safest shopping to all our customers.

Also, as per Ministerial decree of  26th of April,  NA TECH (our Technical assistance department) is back to work assisting boats already sitting in local shipyards. 

 

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Nautica Depot, il nostro negozio per la nautica da diporto ad Olbia, ha ufficialmente riaperto  al pubblico tutti i giorni dal lunedì al venerdì dalle 08:30 alle 18:30 e il sabato dalle 09:00 alle 13:00.

I locali del negozio sono stati completamente sanificati ed attrezzati di tutte le necessarie misure anti-COVID19 per consentire ai nostri clienti uno shopping in totale sicurezza.

Inoltre, come da decreto ministeriale del 26 aprile, il nostro reparto tecnico NA TECH è ritornato operativo nell'assistenza a tutte le imbarcazioni già presenti nei cantieri locali. 
 

 

 

EACH DROP MAKES THE OCEAN. REFLEXIONS ABOUT COVID-19
EACH DROP MAKES THE OCEAN. REFLEXIONS ABOUT COVID-19


It is difficult to be resilient and positive when one reads how the whole world has been affected by COVID 19, but, as the days pass by, locked in our homes, we can't avoid thinking about the major issues that took the world to this point, so why not making better use of our time by working on future actions?

COVID-19: SUPERYACHT MARINAS REGULATIONS
COVID-19: SUPERYACHT MARINAS REGULATIONS

Ports of entry for ships and marinas are now being monitored and new regulations have been updated from day to day as all countries react to Corona Virus in an attempt to stop the spreading and go back to business as usual.

AMERICA'S CUP POSTPONED, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
AMERICA'S CUP POSTPONED, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) event, due to be raced in Cagliari, Sardinia, April 23 – 26 2020, has been called off due to the coronavirus outbreak.

CORONAVIRUS. THE NEED OF A NEW ATTITUDE
CORONAVIRUS. THE NEED OF A NEW ATTITUDE
From today effective till the 3rd of April 2020, Italian citizens and residents are not authorized to leave their own houses if not for a very specific reason. We are all allowed to move only inside our own towns/cities, not allowed to move to other city unless in case of very specific needs: medical care, pharmacy, provisions. Commercial goods can still circulate without any restriction.
 
In Nautica Assistance we have embraced this new attitude, new way to leave and to work even before it was compulsory as we are completely in favour of it.
The only way to avoid the diffusion of the Coronavirus is to avoid any increase of contagion.