Anyone who currently has urgent matters that cannot be delayed to deal with in relation to their ship in the Adriatic can contact the SeaHelp headquarters at firstname.lastname@example.org, which will deal with the matter if possible. Since all SeaHelp bases and the head office in Punat continue to operate in Croatia, we are happy to provide on-site support if any problems arise.
On the homepage of the deutschen Auswärtigen Amtes it says about the entry into Croatia because of the Coronavirus: “The spread of the respiratory disease COVID-19 has caused Croatia to impose quarantine measures and entry bans. Foreigners entering from highly infected areas, including the district of Heinsberg in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, are subject to a 14-day hospital quarantine. Travellers from the rest of Germany must enter a 14-day domestic quarantine upon arrival in Croatia. Foreign travellers who do not have access to domestic quarantine facilities will be refused entry into Croatia.
Please check your travel plans and obtain information on the current entry regulations from the relevant Croatian embassy or consulate prior to departure.
The österreichische Bundesministerium für Europäische und Internationale Angelegenheiten reports on the subject of Croatia and Coronavirus:
“All persons wishing to enter the Republic of Croatia, who come from Austria and the countries listed below, will receive a notification from the Croatian border authorities, obliging them to undergo a 14-day self-isolation period.”
Update on the articles:
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