Arriving in Jersey
The definitive resources that should be checked by all persons traveling to Jersey are;
www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/… – From here you can access the pre-departure form and all information about current Government requirements
www.ports.je/jerseyharbours/re… – Information relevant to Mariners will be posted and updated here.
The current relevant notice is no.02 of 2021(cdn.ports.je/web/Reword-NtoM-0…). Of importance here is the requirement to book a marina berth with us at Jersey Marinas (before completing the government pre departure form.)
Travellers coming to Jersey’s territorial waters by leisure vessel and intending to land ashore must arrive at the port of St Helier only.
Before arriving, you must:
- pre-book a berth with Jersey Marinas by calling +44(0) 1534 447730 or +44(0)1534 447708 or email email@example.com
- complete the travel form before arrival into Jersey
Travellers must wear a face covering when travelling to the test centre from their vessel and back again
There is no water supply only electricity
It is advised to check the States of Jersey website for the latest travel guidance prior to travelling as the information provided in this guide is subject to change by the Government of Jersey
Please see the Safer Travel leaflet – www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/…
Guernsey is currently Green Status – See www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/… for latest information
Arriving in Guernsey
Jersey is category 2
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, travelers 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.
See the main Covid page for further information on arrival in Guernsey