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Travel warning Croatia: Due to the Coronavirus little Skipper locally

Is Austria being measured with double standards when it comes to coronavirus and travel warnings? For example, Austria issues a partial travel warning for the Portuguese cities of Lisbon and Norte (security level 5), but for Croatia (security level 6), a travel warning applies to the entire country, although the northern regions have so far had significantly lower 7-day incidences...

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Austrian boat owners demand abolition of the blanket travel warning for Croatia

Due to the current situation around the coronavirus and the behavior of the Austrian government, boat and yacht owners whose boats are waiting for wintering in Croatia have little understanding for Austria's current travel warning for the entire region of Croatia. SeaHelp members Andreas and Katharina Neuner, which even over a 11-meter sailing yacht in the Marina Veruda in Istria,...

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Coronavirus quick test: Antigen test for Covid-19

Coronavirus rapid tests could, similar to vaccinations, bring a little more normality back into the travel activities of Austrians and Germans, which are considerably restricted by the coronavirus. Particularly for water sports enthusiasts, but also for all other forms of vacation, rapid tests for SARS-CoV-2 are one of many possible solutions for the coming 2021 season, especially since the reliability...

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Travel warning Croatia for the region Dubrovnik from Germany (Coronavirus)

As the German Foreign Office in Berlin announced today (10.9.2020), Germany has extended the partial travel warning due to the corona virus to the regions of Dubrovnik-Neretva and Požega-Slavonia. From now on the homepage of the Federal Foreign Office reads as follows: „There are currently warnings against unnecessary tourist trips to the counties of Zadar, Šibenik-Knin, Split-Dalmatia, Dubrovnik-Neretva and Požega-Slavonia...

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Interim result SeaHelp survey: Have water sports enthusiasts in Croatia been infected with the coronavirus?

The first data of the SeaHelp inquiry to risks of the infection with the Coronavirus in Croatia are present and the result might hardly surprise at least the boat and yacht owners as well as the charter guests in Croatia: Only 0.086 per cent (less than one person per thousand participants) of the water sportsmen, who spent their vacation in...

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Croatia holidays 2020 despite Covid-19 (Coronavirus) safe?

Almost as expected, COVID-19 infections caused by the coronavirus increased again at the beginning of the holiday season in Croatia, which is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Germans and Austrians. Do all those who, during the time when Croatia was, according to their own statements, virtually free of the coronavirus and who therefore booked their holidays, now...

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The yachts in Croatia are waiting for the opening of the border

The Croatian ministries are rather restrictive when it comes to public communications. This makes it all the more interesting to note that the Croatian Ministry of Tourism, under the leadership of Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli, has published two reports in the last few days dealing with the opening of its country's borders to tourists following a decrease in the...

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Infectiologist Prof. Dr. Andrea Grisold from Graz: There is no danger on a yacht in Croatia if the hygiene and distance rules are observed.

Is it possible to go to Croatia again soon without hesitation and spend your holiday or charter there, if possible on a yacht, without worrying about exposing yourself to a possible infection with the corona virus, (COVID-19) SARS CoV-2? Admittedly, for most yacht owners or charter crews the glass is probably half full rather than half empty and they can...

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