Sailing in Corona time: frequently asked questions

If only we could predict how the measures will develop in this Corona time. What is allowed or not, and by when? We understand that you would like to travel. You are also more than welcome! 

To prepare your trip well, you will find all the answers to your questions here. 
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Are we allowed to sail again?

Yes, we are allowed to sail with groups of all ages and sizes.From Friday 25 February 2022 onwards, no restrictive measures will apply in the Netherlands. In the unforeseen event that something changes, you can read here what this means for your sailing trip.

Please contact us for more information on the ships that best suit your party!

Do we have to keep 1.5 m distance?

No, at present a distance of 1.5 metres doesn't have to be kept between each other above and below deck anymore. 

What happens if we can't sail because of a Corona measure?

We follow the RIVM (part of the Dutch government) guidelines here. If your trip cannot proceed because of a Corona measure, you can always reschedule or cancel the trip free of charge.  

What happens to my booking with Corona within the group?

Do you or anyone in your company suffer from the symptoms that are common in Corona, such as a cold (such as nasal colds, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat); coughing; shortness of breath; fever; sudden loss of smell and/or taste (without nasal congestion)? Stay at home and get tested. Contact us to discuss your reservation. 

Are additional hygiene measures necessary?

The ships follow the guidelines of the RIVM (part of the Dutch government). These are also closely followed by the interest group for charter shipping: the BBZ. Before sailing you will receive extra information if applicable.

The most important measures you can take yourself to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are very simple. They are:

  • Wash your hands often.
  • Cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow.
  • Use paper tissues to blow your nose and throw them away afterwards.
  • Do not shake hands.