Guernsey to England

Recreational boating in England

The government has set out new regulations that will pave the way to the easing of all restrictions in England from 21 June at the earliest. The regulations (The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Steps) (England) Regulations 2021) came into force on 29 March.

Important

When going to U.K. there are new regulations you have to follow and a Form C1331 you have to submit to advise the Border Force of your trip. www.gov.uk/…/notice-8-sailing-your-pleasure…

This is a useful roadmap produced by the RYA

When you arrive in the UK, you will need to follow the UK’s self-isolation rules. If you arrive in the UK from the Common Travel Area (‘CTA’) (UK, Republic of Ireland, Bailiwick of Guernsey, Jersey and Isle of Man) you will not be required to self-isolate on arrival in the UK. 

You will have to follow the COVID-19 rules which apply to the part of the UK that you are visiting.

The UK’s COVID-19 border measures can change at short notice so it is recommended that you check the latest UK information before travel (bearing in mind the place of your arrival into and departure from the UK)

These are useful links and worth printing
www.gov.uk/government/publicat…

www.gov.uk/uk-border-control/b…

www.gov.uk/government/organisa…

England to Guernsey

South West England is category 2 (watch list)

SW England is currently on the watch list so could change to category 2 shortly. Please check the official websites

Category 2: Travellers will have to self-isolate until they receive a negative result from their test on arrival on Day 1. Once that negative result is confirmed, travellers will then be subject to ‘passive follow-up’ until Day 14, with a further test on Day 7. If you decline to take a Day 1 test you will have to self-isolate for 21 days.

South East England is category 3

Category 3: Travellers can choose to have a test on arrival and on Day 7, with self-isolation until they have received a negative test result from the Day 7 test. They will then be subject to ‘passive follow-up’ until Day 14. If you decline to take a Day 1 test you will have to self-isolate for 21 days. Children under 12 will not need to be tested on Day 1 or Day 7.

See the following site for the latest map covid19.gov.gg/guidance/travel…