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Pleasure craft banned from entering Antigua and Barbuda for 14 days

by Antigua and Barbuda Marine Association 30 Mar 06:14 UTC
The Antigua & Barbuda Marine Association © ABMA

The ABMA website is being updated as we get the latest on travel advisories. The Latest travel advisory has been received and was effective March 28th, 2020, 11.59 pm.

Visit abma.ag/2020/03/update-on-antigua-barbuda-travel-entry-protocols-and-procedures-due-to-the-coronavirus for more information (PDF version available here).

Key points of this advisory are:

  • No pleasure crafts to be admitted into Antigua and Barbuda for 14 days
  • Cruising permits are now only valid for Antigua Waters
  • If boats are currently in Barbuda they are to return to Antiguan waters.
We will continue to update the page above with any further advisories.

Curfew

For those who haven't already seen it, a curfew is now in place from 8 pm to 6am daily for two weeks. Full details below with regards to essential and non-essential businesses.

See the full document here.

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