Cowes - COVID-19 regulations

New regulations for vessels arriving at Cowes have been published :

All vessels arriving in Cowes from outside the UK are requested to proceed directly to Trinity Landing (see Figure 1). Once berthed, vessels are to then contact Cowes Harbour Commission or their designated marina informing them of their arrival and whether there are any special instructions. Once the vessel has made contact and received permission they can proceed to their berth.
The vessel should also indicate the origin of the craft, when it left the origin port, and all ports where the vessel has docked during the 14 days prior to arrival. Vessels must also report anyone on board the vessel who has in the last 14 days been to a country or area with a high risk of coronavirus - see coronavirus advice for travellers - or if they have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 infection within the 14 days prior to the vessel arriving in Cowes.

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