Travel Advice

Here you will find the latest travel updates from each of our destinations.

All The Yacht Week events will be operating as planned. If it becomes necessary to make major changes to the event, guests will be offered alternative trip options.

Due to the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, we are now allowing travellers to transfer their booking to later in the year with no admin charges. Take a look at all your options on The Complete Guide to the Coronavirus and your Yacht Week.

We are committed to ensuring our guests receive timely and accurate information on the travel situation and how it affects our events. As an ABTA member, TYW takes travel advice from ABTA and the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Their advice on travel relating to coronavirus can be found here:

Travel Alerts Information

Updated 31 March 2020 (09:00 GMT)

Croatia
  • TYW Croatia is going ahead as planned, however, as the situation with COVID-19 develops we will review all events and communicate options to guests as soon as there are changes.
  • The Croatian government has imposed a closedown of it's land borders. This restriction is due to be in place until the 19 April 2020.
  • The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to reconsider travel abroad due to the global impact of COVID-19. As it stands these restrictions will not affect the events.
  • UK Foreign Office advises against all but essential international travel to Croatia. As it stands these restrictions will not affect the events.
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs advises against travel to Croatia. Mandatory quarantine measures and self-isolation requirements are in place if arriving from COVID-19 affected regions, including Australia.
Greece
  • TYW Greece is going ahead as planned, however, as the situation with COVID-19 develops we will review all events and communicate options to guests as soon as there are changes.
  • Greek authorities have currently suspended all flights into Greece. This suspension will be in place until 15 April 2020.
  • The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to reconsider travel abroad due to the global impact of COVID-19. As it stands these restrictions will not affect the events.
  • UK Foreign Office advises against all but essential international travel to Greece. As it stands these restrictions will not affect the events.
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs advises against travel to Greece. Mandatory quarantine measures and self-isolation requirements are in place if arriving from COVID-19 affected regions, including Australia.
Montenegro
  • TYW Montenegro is going ahead as planned, however, as the situation with COVID-19 develops we will review all events and communicate options to guests as soon as there are changes.
  • Currently Montenegro has imposed a ban on all entries to the country. This ban is expected to be lifted well before the commencement of TYW events.
  • The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to reconsider travel abroad due to the global impact of COVID-19. As it stands these restrictions will not affect the events.
  • UK Foreign Office advises against all but essential international travel to Montenegro.
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs advises against travel to Montenegro. Mandatory quarantine measures and self-isolation requirements are in place if arriving from COVID-19 affected regions, including Australia.
Travel Insurance

If you are concerned about travel disruption in the event of a medical epidemic, we advise purchasing Extended Travel Disruption Insurance. Most travel insurance companies offer this cover for a small additional fee and it gives reassurance that your trip is covered in the event of unforeseen air travel disruption.