UPDATED Marine and Yachting Advisory for Grenada

Effective 11:59 pm on Friday, 20 March all crew and passengers aboard pleasure craft and live-aboard will not be allowed to disembark on the shores of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

All passengers and crew are encouraged to make contact via VHF and follow prescribed procedures for receiving their supplies and fuel, as needed.

Prior to 11:59 pm on Friday, all vessels already in the State of Grenada will be allowed to remain, but must follow the established health and safety protocols.

According to the Immigration Act of Grenada: No person shall enter Grenada except at a port of entry.

A person entering Grenada by sea, shall not disembark without the consent of an immigration officer, and the master of a ship shall not allow any person to disembark without such consent.

The Ministry of Health, through the Sanitary Authority, says any person who contravenes, or fails or refuses to comply with any of these provisions will be fined or detained.

This advisory is subject to change.


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