Bermuda: Pre-Travel Authorisation Mandatory or No Going Ashore
Bermuda eased it’s Covid arrival protocols in early March, but there remains a mandatory Travel Authorisation (TA) process. Many yachts are not addressing this requirement and consequently crew are not being permitted to leave the vessel on arrival in Bermuda. Enjoy your stopover in full by following a few simple steps before you depart for Bermuda.
Published 11 months ago
As the yachting season kicks off for the island of Bermuda, Bermuda Yacht Services have contacted Noonsite to ask for assistance with informing transAtlantic skippers of the required protocols for arrival in Bermuda.
Mark Soares told Noonsite;
“Generally 65% of our annual traffic is April to June. Covid Protocols in Bermuda have eased, but there is still a Travel Authorisation (TA) process which requires pre-departure testing, uploading of vaccination certificates etc.
Related to following destinations: Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, USA
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