Local Notice to Mariners No. 20(T) of 2020 is hereby cancelled.Notice is hereby given
that at the request of the UK Government, mariners’ attention is drawn to the following new guidance for those arriving at UK ports on recreational vessels from overseas.
International recreational maritime arrivals entering the UK will need (unless exempt) to quarantine
in their accommodation for 14 days
on arrival into the UK. This self-isolation can be completed within their vessel if arrivals choose to do so. These rules apply to both UK residents and visitors
From 10th July 2020
, self-isolation is not required
when you arrive in England, if you are returning from one of the countries for which a travel corridor exemption
has been established.
For full details of the travel corridor exemptions please see the Governments Coronavirus (COVID-19): travel corridors website
You will still need to self-isolate, if you were in a country that is not on the exemption list at any time during the 14 days before your return to England.
All international recreational maritime vessels arriving in the UK, apart from those travelling from the Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man (the Common Travel Area/CTA), must also complete a mandatory Passenger Locator Form
. The form can be found online at the Governments Provide your journey and contact details before you travel to the UK website
The form collects information such as contact details, travel plans and address while in the UK, applicable details for their inbound travel and passport number, so that if individuals come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 whilst travelling they can be quickly identified.
For further information on travel to the UK please visit the Governments Coronavirus (COVID-19): how to self-isolate when you travel to the UK website
.This Local Notice to Mariners shall remain in force until further notice.• LNTM 26(T) of 2020 - International Recreational Vessel Arrivals