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FRANCE - IRLANDE Restrictions de Voyage

Updated: 21.10.21

We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. In accordance with public health guidelines, it is recommended to wear face coverings while onboard our ships for the safety of all. In French and Irish ports and when in French waters, the wearing of face coverings is mandatory. See what we are doing here.

We strongly recommend adding our new flexibility option when making a new booking.

What you need to do before traveling to IRELAND FROM FRANCE:

Please go to www.gov.ie , for the latest information on travel requirements to Ireland. The requirements for arrivals from France into Ireland are as follows:

  • You must complete an online Passenger Locator Form (PLF) in advance of travel.
    Passengers who cannot produce a receipt for a passenger locator form will be denied boarding. Children should be included in the PLF of their accompanying adult. Only international transport workers in possession of an Annex 3 certificate, drivers of HGVs in the course of their duties and diplomats are exempt from the requirement to complete the passenger locator form. Further information and the form are available here – www.gov.ie/locatorform .
  • In addition to a completed passenger locator form, all passengers (except those exempt) must have one of the following:

  • 1. Evidence of having been fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency. If you have valid proof of vaccination (see above), no travel-related testing or quarantine will be necessary.

  • 2. Certification as having recovered from COVID-19 in the previous 180 days

  • 3. If you do not have valid proof of vaccination or recovery, you will need to:

    • present evidence of a negative result from a RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival into the country

    self-quarantine for 14 days.

    If you receive a negative result from a RT-PCR test taken from day 5 onwards after arrival into Ireland, you will be able to leave quarantine.

    Children aged 11 and under are not required to have a RT-PCR for travel. Children aged 12 to 17 must have a RT-PCR Test, vaccination or recovery certificate to travel.

    Ireland is now a part of the EU Digital COVID Certificate for travel originating within the EU/EEA. The Digital COVID Certificate will make it easier to travel to and from these countries and will be accepted as proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test.

Visa requirements for citizens of non-EU/CTA countries may change. You may now require a Visa or Transit Visa. See here for more details.

IRELAND TO FRANCE Travel Restrictions

Updated: 26.07.21

We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. In accordance with public health guidelines, it is recommended to wear face coverings while onboard our ships for the safety of all. In French and Irish ports and when in French waters, the wearing of face coverings is mandatory. See what we are doing here.

We strongly recommend adding our new flexibility option when making a new booking.

What you need to do before traveling to FRANCE on our Dublin - Cherbourg route from Ireland:

If you are travelling from the Republic of Ireland, the latest travel advice to France is here .

If you are travelling from Northern Ireland to France on our Dublin to Cherbourg route, you are advised to follow the travel advice for UK (incl. N. IRELAND) TO FRANCE.

  • Arrivals into France from Ireland:
    • Passengers who are fully vaccinated with an EMA approved vaccine (1 week after completion of a 2 dose vaccine, and 4 weeks after a 1 dose vaccine) do not need to provide the results of a COVID-19 test on arrival.
    • Passengers aged 12 years and over who are not vaccinated must be in possession of either
      • a negative RT-PCR or a Rapid Antigen COVID-19 test result with certification taken within 72 hours before departure. Test result certification needs to state: type of test (PCR or Antigen), show full name and time/date of test;
      • OR
      • a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 from 11 days to under 6 months.
    • Children aged under 12 years are not required to have a COVID-19 test result for arrival.
    • Proof of completion of vaccination, recovery or test results will be required for check-in and inspection at border control and entry refused for non-compliance.
    • Here is a list of test providers in Ireland, who can generate a Digital COVID certificate that will allow you to travel after a negative test.
  • Sworn Statements required for Check-in:
    • All passengers are required to complete a declaration that they do not have COVID-19 symptoms, have not knowingly been in contact with a confirmed case in the preceding 14 days: Sworn Statement in English form
  • By law, French Authorities require passengers to wear a face mask / face covering when in French waters, in French ports and when in a closed public area. Please have a face mask / face covering with you when travelling with us and remember that social distancing and face-covering rules are in place throughout France.
IRELAND TO BRITAIN Travel Restrictions

Updated: 06.09.21

We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. In accordance with public health guidelines, it is recommended to wear face coverings while onboard our ships for the safety of all. In French and Irish ports and when in French waters, the wearing of face coverings is mandatory. See what we are doing here.

We strongly recommend adding our new flexibility option when making a new booking.

What you need to do before traveling to BRITAIN from Ireland:

The latest travel advice to and from Britain is here. Ireland is an exempted country under the Common Travel Area (CTA), and Irish citizens are currently exempted from travel restrictions into the UK. That means that you do not need to take a COVID-19 test before travel or complete a Passenger Locator Form. Quarantine also does not apply for travel from the CTA (including Ireland) on arrival in Britain.

Please note, if you are not a resident of the Common Travel Area (UK, Ireland, Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey) OR have been outside the Common Travel Area in the 10 days prior to travel to Britain, you must complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) before your arrival in Britain.

For those coming from outside of the Common Travel Area you must follow the rules of entry according to whether the country you have been in is classified as Red, Amber or Green. Click here for more information and to access the Passenger Locator Form.

Please note that different rules may apply across Britain – i.e.: in the different jurisdictions of either England; Wales or Northern Ireland. Consult the relevant government website for latest information.

In accordance with public health guidelines, it is required to wear face coverings onboard our ships and at ports where social distancing isn’t possible.

Contact us if you need to amend your booking.

FRANCE - ANGLETERRE Restrictions de Voyage

Mise à jour – 24.10.21

Nous continuons d’opérer nos services jouant un rôle critique dans la chaîne d'approvisionnement et pour les voyages essentiels. Nos services fonctionnent normalement pour le fret, y compris les chauffeurs de fret. Nous exploitons notre programme «Voyager en toute sécurité» pour assurer la sécurité et le confort des passagers et de l’équipage sur tous nos services.  Conformément aux directives de santé publique, il est recommandé de porter des masques à bord de nos navires pour la sécurité de tous. Dans les ports français et irlandais et dans les eaux françaises, le port d'un masque est obligatoire. Toutes les informations sur ce que nous faisons sont disponibles ici.

Le conseil est toujours que les voyages ne devraient être effectués que pour des raisons essentielles. Veuillez consulter votre autorité sanitaire locale pour plus d'informations.

Nous vous recommandons vivement d'ajouter notre nouvelle Option Flexibilité lors d'une nouvelle réservation.

 

Ce que vous devez faire avant de voyager vers L'ANGLETERRE DEPUIS LA FRANCE :

Consultez les derniers conseils aux voyageurs et avant le départ, vérifiez la liste des pays sur liste rouge et et les pays non rouges du reste du monde ici, car la liste peut changer régulièrement.

Tous les passagers doivent remplir un PLF (Passenger Locator Form). Vous devez déclarer tous les pays que vous avez visités ou par lesquels vous avez transité au cours des 10 jours précédant votre arrivée sur PLF (assenger Locator Form)

Les passagers entièrement vaccinés :

  • La France ne figurant actuellement pas sur la liste rouge des pays, les passagers pouvant prouver qu'ils sont entièrement vaccinés (répondant aux critères de vaccination complète dans le cadre d'un programme de vaccination approuvé) doivent être conscients des exigences suivantes pour entrer au Royaume-Uni :
    • Les passagers éligibles entièrement vaccinés peuvent faire un test antigénique rapide avant ou au cours du jour 2 de leur arrivée.
    • Il n'est pas nécessaire de faire un test COVID-19 avant le départ pour le Royaume-Uni, un test PCR du jour 8 ou de mise en quarantaine à l'arrivée.
    • Avoir sur soi une preuve de votre statut vaccinal ainsi que le numéro de référence de votre réservation de test, pendant le voyage.
    • Toute personne dont le test est positif devra s'auto-isoler et subir un test de confirmation par PCR.
  • Ces mesures s'appliquent à toutes les personnes (y compris les ressortissants et résidents britanniques) arrivant au Royaume-Uni en provenance de l'extérieur de la Zone Commune de Voyage.. Les règles applicables aux personnes entièrement vaccinées s'appliquent également si vous êtes soit :
    • Vous avez moins de 18 ans et résidez au Royaume-Uni ou dans l'un des pays ou territoires énumérés dont les programmes de vaccination sont approuvés
    • Vous participez à un essai approuvé du vaccin COVID-19 au Royaume-Uni ou aux États-Unis

Les passagers non vaccinés devront :

  • fournir la preuve d'un test COVID-19 négatif effectué dans les 3 jours précédant le départ pour le Royaume-Uni - les détails de l'exigence du test peuvent être trouvés ici . Les enfants âgés de 10 ans et moins n'ont pas besoin de faire de test.
  • pre-réserver et payer à l'avance les tests COVID-19 post-voyage du 2ème et du 8ème jour. 
  • s'auto-isoler pendant 10 jours.  Les passagers qui doivent s'auto-isoler peuvent choisir de payer pour un test du jour 5,  dans le cadre du test de sortie.

Pour les arrivées en provenance des pays de la Liste ROUGE (y compris celles qui sont entièrement vaccinées) :

  • Vous ne pouvez pas entrer au Royaume-Uni si vous avez été dans ou traversé un pays figurant sur la liste rouge dans les 10 jours précédant votre arrivée en Angleterre, sauf si vous êtes un ressortissant britannique ou irlandais ou si vous avez le droit de vivre au Royaume-Uni. Avant de vous rendre en Angleterre, vous devez :

 

Il existe un nombre limité d'exemptions aux règles relatives aux voyages internationaux. Veuillez d’en vérifier attentivement la liste, car vous risquez une amende si vous en faites la demande de manière frauduleuse.

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