Port Entry Regulations for the Mediterranean and Northern Europe
by JMS Yacht Mangement
As you are aware, the situation is constantly evolving and maybe subject to change quite rapidly.
We shall be updating the Port Entry Regulations weekly, so stay tuned
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Updated 24th August 2020
In Iceland, all visitors have to be tested upon arrival, then take a 5 day quarantine and a second test on day 5. Alternatively, visitors can choose a 14 day quarantine which can be taken on board the yacht.
In Finland, you do not need to remain in voluntary quarantine from a country listed on this website: https://www.raja.fi/current_issues/guidelines_for_border_traffic. Travel by pleasure craft between Schengen countries is also unrestricted by border control.
For Montenegro, residents of the US, Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina and North Macedonia, as well as citizens who have resided in these countries may enter Montenegro under the following conditions:
1. Have a negative PCR result for a novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class obtained by ELISA serologic test;
2. Tests must be issued by a registered laboratory and not older than 72 hours;
3. Within 15 days before entering Montenegro, one must have not stayed in any of the countries listed here: http://www.gov.me/en/News/230300/National-Coordination-Body-decides-on-Public-Health-Institute-s-proposal-Residents-of-the-USA-and-countries-of-our-region-are-al.html
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