D-Marin network updated travel procedures

May, 13

Dear guests and partners, we are continuously monitoring the development of COVID-19 around the world and the countries where D-Marin operate, to protect your and our safety and well-being.

Our number one priority is the health and safety of our guests, collaborators and team members. In order to secure that, we follow the guidelines of local health authorities and act according to our set-up routines and procedures in the event of a case of COVID-19 at any of our marinas. Here you will also find the details of entering each of our destinations, as well as a wide range of information which you might need.


From April, Croatia can be entered with a negative PCR test or antigen tests validated for this purpose by the EU, a vaccination certificate or a certificate of COVID-19 in the last six months. The biggest news is that if a person has COVID-19 and has a certificate of illness and has been vaccinated with at least one dose of vaccine after COVID-19, the exemption from presenting a negative PCR or rapid antigen test or quarantine has been extended until five months. after vaccination.

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As of April 19th, travellers arriving in Greece should possess a negative PCR certificate from a testing laboratory, for a Covid-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival. This test is mandatory for all tourists (including children over the age of 5), regardless of the epidemiological situation existent in the country of departure. All travellers must complete their PLF until the day before entering the country and leaving the country, providing detailed information on their point of departure, the duration of previous stays in other countries, and the address of their stay while in Greece. In case of multiple stays, they are required to provide the address for the first 24 hours at least. Travellers will receive a confirmation email upon submission of the PLF. More information can be found in Protocol for Arrivals in and Departures from Greece.


All passengers entering Turkey, as a measure introduced on March 15, 2021, must fill the Traveler Entry Form, which must be completed within 72 hours before entering the country. The Government of the Republic of Turkey regularly updates the list of health institutions conducting COVID-19 tests. Each of the 81 provinces in the Republic of Turkey is divided into four levels depending on the risk of COVID-19. Provinces are marked with low (blue), medium (yellow), high (orange), or very high risk (red) colours, according to the COVID-19 hazard assessment criteria (which includes the total number of cases and vaccination rates), which can be seen on a map of the Republic of Turkey illustrating these four levels.


With the trend of improving the epidemiological situation in the country, Montenegro decided on Tuesday (May 10th) to abolish the curfew, which was valid from midnight to five in the morning. The new decision allows traffic between municipalities and weekends, which has been banned so far, and allows live music on the terraces of cafes from 19 to 22 hours, while the obligation to wear protective masks outdoors and indoors, and measures prohibiting gatherings. Informations about entry criteria can be found on the website of the Government of Montenegro. The guidance and contact details of epidemiological services are available in English on website of the Institute of Public Health.


Anyone wishing to enter the UAE must present a negative result of the PCR test. Some passengers might be tested again on arrival, and if the test shows a positive result, isolation of 12 days is mandatory. Here you can find quarantine guidelines for tourists arriving in Abu Dhabi.

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