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COVID-19 UPDATE: COUNTERORDER! NO COVID-19 TESTS REQUIRED FOR ARRIVAL IN SARDINIA
COVID-19 UPDATE: COUNTERORDER! NO COVID-19 TESTS REQUIRED FOR ARRIVAL IN SARDINIA

The last Sardinia Regional Decree n. 43 of the 14th of September 2020 (explained in our last Nautica Assistance newsletter of the 14/09/2020) has been declared partially not valid by the Italian Government. 

Therefore please note that NO COVID-19 tests are required to arrive in Sardinia starting from this moment and until any further notice (unless coming from Malta, Greece, Spain and Croatia , countries for which a Covid- 19 swab test is still required and needs to be done within 72 hours prior arrival).

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 - JUNE THE 3RD: ITALY REOPENING ITS BORDERS!
COVID-19 UPDATE - JUNE THE 3RD: ITALY REOPENING ITS BORDERS!

We are thrilled to announce that Italy is preparing to reopen the borders with the rest of Europe. In the decree that will be launched in the next few hours by the government, the possibility is foreseen from June the 3rd of entering Italy from the countries of the European Union, the Schengen area including Switzerland and Monaco.

For those who cross the borders, the mandatory quarantine with isolation of 14 days will no longer be necessary.

SUPERYACHT MARINAS REGULATIONS DUE TO COVID-19 - UPDATE 23.04.20
SUPERYACHT MARINAS REGULATIONS DUE TO COVID-19 - UPDATE 23.04.20

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 Coronavirus in an attempt to stop the spreading and go back to business as usual.

Please consider all the following regulations are constantly changing and being updated on a day to day basis. Here is the list of countries and their regulations as per 22.04.20