Passengers with COVID-19 symptoms

Passengers who have symptoms of COVID-19 infection or have come in contact with a COVID-19 patient in the last 14 days before their journey are not allowed to travel by boat.

Disassembly passengers to meticulously comply with the measures measures: 

1) During boarding

From 12 years and over:

The new governments announcement for the covid 19 in order to travel by ship from 05/07 is :

  • Negative result of Molecular Test (PCR) carried out up to 72 hours prior to travel, or
  • Negative result of Rapid Test conducted up to 48 hours before travel, or
  • Vaccination Certificate (14 days after the second dose) or
  • Documented proof of having recovered from Covid-19, at least 2 months since infection, and no more than 9 months, before the departure date.

Diagnostic tests by PCR and rapid detection of coronavirus antigen COVID-19 (rapid test) for unvaccinated passengers are performed in private diagnostic laboratories or in private clinics or pharmacies, at their own expense and are proven with mandatory demonstration of the negative result in electronic or printed format.
On islands where there are no private diagnostic laboratories or private clinics or pharmacies, the diagnostic tests are performed by municipal clinics and are proven by the above way.

Passengers from 5 – 11 years old
Can be transported by performing a self-test that takes place up to twenty-four (24) hours before the scheduled travel time (free availability). The self-test statement is issued through website

Social distance

Passengers must keep a minimum distance of 1.5 m between them during boarding, wearing a protective mask.


Passengers are thermometed with a contactless thermometer when boarding.

2) During the trip

The use of a mask is mandatory throughout the trip.

Passengers who develop shortness of breath during the journey must inform the crew immediately.

Passengers are advised to use hand antiseptic.

3) After the trip 

In case the passenger develops COVID-19 symptoms after the trip, he / she must immediately inform the competent authorities.

Passengers who have been treated with COVID-19 and have been treated

Passengers who have become ill and subsequently treated must provide a medical certificate stating that the conditions are met for them to travel.

Refusal to board

If a passenger refuses to comply with the above obligations or to comply with the crew’s instructions, the crew may refuse to board the ship.

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