After 12th of October, freight drivers will still be able to travel to Jersey and as before they would have to apply for an exemption from quarantine. Exemption will be provided on an individual basis, online (please find the link below)
Please note :
If permission is granted, workers must still:
After 12th of October, freight drivers will still be able to travel to Guernsey and as before they would have to apply for an exemption from quarantine. Exemption will be provided on an individual basis.
We are very eager to welcome you on board your upcoming sailing.
We’ve listed out the testing and arrivals process for each of the ports we serve below to help you prepare for your sailing. Please take the time to familiarise yourself with this information.
Arrivals to Jersey
- The States of Jersey require you to complete a Safer Travel registration in the 48 hours prior to your arrival. Click here: https://www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/Travel/Pages/CoronavirusTravelAdvi...
- On arrival, the States of Jersey will test you for coronavirus at the ferry terminal. Please click here for more information: https://www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/Travel/Pages/CoronavirusTravelAdvi...
- Please watch this video to help you prepare for your arrival into Jersey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZEm0PVk4jY
Arrivals to Guernsey
- All passengers arriving into Guernsey will be required to self-isolate for 14 days, with the option of a test on day 7.
- The States of Guernsey has organised countries and UK regions into groups, each with their own set of instructions. Click here for more information: https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/travel/countries
- For more information from the States of Guernsey, please click here: https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/travel
- If arriving as a foot passenger, you must have your onward transportation booked from the Port before you arrive.
Arrivals to the UK
- Arrivals from Guernsey and Jersey are not required to self-isolate upon entering the UK
- Arrivals from France will be required to self-isolate. For more information, please click here: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france
Arrivals to St Malo
Find information from the French government about travel restrictions relating to coronavirus here: https://www.gouvernement.fr/en/coronavirus-covid-19
Travel safely & confidently with Condor Ferries We’ve taken many steps to ensure your safety whilst travelling with us, from the moment you check-in to the moment you’re ready to disembark. For your safety:
- To adhere to government rules on public transport, all passengers must wear a face covering; face shields can’t be used in place of a face covering
- Social distancing queuing will be introduced during boarding and for use of onboard facilities
- All onboard purchases will now be cashless payments only to help keep everyone safe
- You will see our staff wearing face coverings and, in some circumstances, other forms of PPE
- Hydroalcoholic gel dispensers will be available in public spaces throughout the ship and crew areas
- Onboard restaurants, bars and cafés will be selling a selection of hot, cold and packaged options for you to enjoy.
To read more about our new and enhanced safety measures, please click here: https://www.condorferries.co.uk/help-info/travel-safely-confidently
Your travel tick list
- Bring a form of photographic ID
- Have your e-boarding card ready at check-in
- Check-in will close 1 hour before your schedule departure time; please ensure you leave plenty of time to arrive and check-in.