Good news for all travellers who want to go to the Adriatic Sea or to Austria: the quarantine obligation on return trips has been abolished. "We have worked hard to ensure that the borders with Germany and our other neighbouring countries, which have similarly good health data, are opened as quickly as possible. From tomorrow, Thursday (4 June 2020, amnesty),...Read more
The Slovenian government has once again changed the entry regulations. To make a long story short: Transit is possible, and yacht owners and tourists can also re-enter Slovenia with a booking confirmation. Here is the link to the Slovenian government site, which published the news in English. Translation of the text We have taken the liberty of translating the text...Read more
I guess nobody expected that: Croatia is reforming the tourist tax on pleasure boats. A draft resolution is currently before the responsible bodies and is to be voted on in parliament next week. As we were informed beforehand, the draft is finally supposed to put an end to some of the injustices in terms of equal treatment with other tourists...Read more
Enter Croatia: No traffic jams at the border when entering Croatia, this is probably what most travellers who want to visit the country already at Whitsun wish for. Because Croatia closed its borders early on and consistently implemented curfews, the country can open again early, in time for Pentecost. So that sun-seekers at the border do not have to stand...Read more
The quarantine of the restrictions on entry into Austria imposed due to the COVID 19 pandemic, which was initially limited to 31 May 2020, will be extended in a "last minute action" by the Austrian Ministry of Health, as communicated on Thursday 28 May on the relevant website. For Austrians who plan to stay in the Adriatic Sea over Whitsun,...Read more
SeaHelp members probably didn't have such a bad idea: One day after the proposal of a member was published on our homepage, which should help to facilitate border traffic, especially against the background of the expected heavy arrivals at Whitsun, the Ministry of Tourism followed suit. On the homepage of the Ministry of Tourism a list was published with the...Read more
Italy wants to open its borders to all EU citizens and allow tourists back into the country from 3 June if the situation changes again because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, a glance at the calendar clouds the joy: June 3rd is the Wednesday after Pentecost, which means that many yacht owners and SeaHelp members, whose ships are mainly based...Read more
Slovenia is considered a good example of how it is better not to implement loosening of entry requirements. First, the young EU member declared the pandemic emergency caused by COVID-19 to be virtually over by decree, allowing unrestricted entry and transit. However, after no agreement was apparently reached at EU level, the borders were closed again for EU citizens, with...Read more
The entry and quarantine regulations in Europe are probably quite confusing for most holidaymakers, especially as changes are announced daily. At this point we would like to start the attempt to inform about the regulations for travellers from Germany and Austria, who are on their way to Croatia, quasi on a daily basis. This will be based on actual experiences,...Read more
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