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. 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. 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.
2. Present at check-in a negative (not detected) pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test result taken up to 72 hours before arrival. There are limited exemptions for passengers who do not need to provide evidence of a pre-departure test. Passengers will be denied boarding if they cannot produce this evidence at check-in. Any passenger who cannot produce such evidence to an immigration officer on arrival is required to quarantine at a designated facility at their own expense. [Evidence should include 1. Date of test and 2. Test Centre & contact details for verification].
3. And complete mandatory 14 days of quarantine post arrival. If you have been in or travelled through a 'Designated State' in the 14 days before arrival in Ireland, this must be at a designated facility booked in advance with the booking receipt available for check-in. All others passengers must quarantine at the address specified on the PLF..
Immigrations Officers will check 1. PLF and 2. Negative PCR test and penalties and / or mandatory quarantine may be issued for non-compliance. Full details can be found here. Any passenger who breaches the pre-departure testing or mandatory quarantine requirements may be subject to prosecution.
*NOTE – Passenger Locator Form: Enter n/a in respect of Ferry number and Seat number on Step 2 of the online locator form). This applies to all passengers, regardless of country of citizenship (i.e. including Irish citizens). The information on the PLF may be used for the purpose of contact tracing in case you, or another person you have been in contact with, becomes symptomatic for COVID-19.
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.