Sailing in Europe in 2021 – COVID restrictions and guidelines for Europe and England
April 4, 2021
Editor @ SailEasy
Many countries are still open for sailing but make sure to take into account travel restriction that are in place between you home country and your sailing destination
The COVID-19 crisis has created a lot of uncertainty around the world. After fast and generic restrictions on all activities, many European governments have started to allow sailing again. We set out to create an overview to help you navigate the world of sailing and sailing courses in 2021. Please note that this overview only relates to local sailing regulations, and is not about the travel restrictions between countries. We ask you to always be responsible and take note of and follow your home country’s rules and guidelines. Please find our overview below.
In addition, there can be restrictions to cruising in general, with a chartered boat or your own vessel. We created an overview of the status per country below. “Closed” means you should not sail. “Restrictions” means sever restrictions to your freedom of movement. For more detailed information, please go to the websites of the relevant national governments.
We have listed the courses that will take place below. If circumstances change, the majority of schools offer to reschedule your course without additional costs, or a refund. Our team checks with the sailing schools before confirming your booking. If you have any questions, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help!