Travel safely on your private yacht charter during Covid times
The coronavirus pandemic has changed how we do many things including travel protocols designed to keep guests and crew safe. As lock-downs are lifting, we are here to provide you with the most up-to-date information about yacht charters, port openings, and social distancing practices during your superyacht vacation. Yachting is a contained way to travel for your family and guests.
John Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center has one of the best daily up-to-date travel information. Any visitors from states that are designated “Above Recommended Positivity”, which is above a 5% positive test rate, must either have a negative COVID 19 test 72 hours before entering, or quarantine on entrance for 14 days.
We are committed to bringing you the latest official advice, updates on travel restrictions and Coronavirus-related yachting news to help you stay safe and informed while you’re planning your social distancing yacht charter and getting back on the water.
We Can Help
You can reach out to us anytime to talk, chat or email with a yacht broker about the latest news in lockdown and port openings. You can also click on this world map to go to the Johns Hopkins University page on the most recent travel restrictions.
What a Difference a Yacht Charter Broker Makes
During these challenging times, a good yacht charter broker is key to planning your yacht vacation. With 30+ years in business, we are the resource who will be able to customize your adventure and support you while you create your best-ever, safe, and relaxing private yacht charter.
Guest and Crew Safety
The yacht charter industry has always been safety-conscious and took immediate steps to establish best practices for boats and crews to fight COVID-19.
You can see detailed descriptions of yacht charter safety measures HERE. These steps are “in compliance with the Center of Disease Control, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, the American Cleaning Institution, and the World Health Organization. By creating a standard of expected cleanliness, the charter industry can give guests peace of mind regarding preventive measures taken to protect the health of themselves and their crew.”