Questions fréquemment posées

Voyager vers l'IRLANDE

Mise à jour - 22.02.21

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. 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 en IRLANDE :

Les derniers conseils de voyage vers et depuis l'Irlande sont disponibles ici.

Les agents d'immigration vérifieront 1. le PLF et 2. le test PCR et des sanctions peuvent être émises en cas de non-conformité. Tous les détails peuvent être trouvés ici

      • [*REMARQUE - Formulaire de localisation de passagers : indiquez n/a en ce qui concerne le numéro de ferry et le numéro de siège à l'étape 2 du formulaire de localisation en ligne). Cela s'applique à tous les passagers, quel que soit leur pays de citoyenneté (c'est-à-dire y compris les citoyens irlandais). Les informations sur le PLF peuvent être utilisées à des fins de recherche des contacts au cas où vous, ou une autre personne avec laquelle vous avez été en contact, deviendriez symptomatique du COVID-19.]
      • [*** REMARQUE - Il existe des exemptions limitées relatives à la quarantaine obligatoire. Plus de détails ici.]
      • [**REMARQUE - Les exigences en matière de visa pour les citoyens de pays non membres de l'UE / CTA ont changé depuis le 28/01/2021. Vous pouvez maintenant avoir besoin d'un visa ou d'un visa de transit. Voir ici pour plus d’informations]
      • Conformément aux directives de santé publique, il est obligatoire de porter des masques à bord de nos navires et dans les ports où la distanciation sociale n’est pas possible.

 

Pour les informations essentiels et les restrictions de voyage en France consultez les sites des ambassade suivantes:

Pour les derniers conseils des gouvernements, consultez les sites suivants :

 

Contactez-nous si vous avez besoin de modifier votre réservation

Travelling to FRANCE

Updated: 03.02.21

We continue to operate our schedules playing a critical role in the supply chain and facilitating essential travel. Our services are operating as normal for freight including freight drivers. We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. See what we are doing here.

Advice is still that travel should be for essential reasons only. Please consult your local health authority for further guidance.

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:

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

  • Arrivals into France from Ireland must be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours before embarking the ship, (children aged under 11 years exempted). This will be checked by border control and entry refused for non-compliance. You will also be required to self-isolate for seven days on arrival and take a second test at the end of that period. Details of this requirement and any relevant declarations can be found here.

  • Sworn Statement(s) required for Check-in:
    • All passengers are required to complete a declaration that they do not have COVID-19 symptoms or have not knowingly been in contact with a confirmed case in the preceding 14 days: Sworn Statement form.

    • In addition, as travel from the United Kingdom to France is currently permitted for essential reasons only, passengers travelling from the UK (including NI) and/or with a British passport and/or in a British registered car, are required to complete a travel declaration form specifying their reasons for essential travel: UK Essential Travel declaration form.

  • Movements Form: Once in France, there are movement restrictions with a possible curfew (ban on movement 18:00 – 06:00hrs) in place. Essential movements will need to be supported by completion of a declaration form, available to download in English or online in French.

  • By law, French Authorities require passengers to wear a face mask / face covering when arriving into France 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.

  • Contact us if you need to amend your booking.

 

Travelling to BRITAIN

Updated: 16.02.21

We continue to operate our schedules playing a critical role in the supply chain and facilitating essential travel. Our services are operating as normal for freight including freight drivers. We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. See what we are doing here.

Advice is still that travel should be for essential reasons only. Please consult your local health authority for further guidance.

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.

  1. 1. Passenger Locator Form (PLF): If you are not a resident of the Common Travel Area (UK, Ireland, Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey) and are travelling to / through Britain, you are required to complete an online Passenger Locator Form before your arrival in Britain.

  2. 2. You must complete a Passenger Locator Form and quarantine / self-isolate (depending on where you have travelled from) if you travelled into the Common Travel Area and onwards to Britain within the last 10 days.

  3. 3 .You must take a digital or printed copy of the completed form with you when you travel and have the option to print if needed. It is your responsibility to provide these details and UK Border Force are regularly undertaking checks.  Failure to complete or produce a PLF could result in a fixed penalty notice being issued.
  • 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.

  • Ireland is an exempted country in the latest FCO travel advice, under the Common Travel Area.

  • 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.