Yachts can now arrive in St Vincent without the need for pre arrival health clearance.
On arrival in SVG, captains are requested to go ashore to visit Port Health with copies of vaccination certificates (for all vaccinated persons onboard over 18) and complete crew list, in order to obtain Health Clearance prior to visiting customs and immigration. Persons who are not vaccinated must present a negative Covid 19 test result.
SVG Arrivals is available on email for Pre Arrival assistance and support.
Agents are available on all Islands to assist with health clearance in advance of arrival if this is preferred.
Always check the Ministry of Health Website for the up to date Protocols for Entry before travel.
Follow this link to see all the Entry Protocols for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
The Yacht Entry Protocol is lower on the list. We advise contacting the Coronavirus Taskforce for accurate information.
No Pre Arrival Documentation Required for Entry.
Vaccinated persons should arrive with proof of two doses of an approved Vaccine.
Non Vaccinated Persons should arrive with a negative Covid 19 Test Result.
Recommended Locations for Health Checks
ST VINCENT - Blue Lagoon
BEQUIA - Hospital
CANOUAN - Sandy Lane Marina
UNION ISLAND - Waterfront
If you would like Agent Assistance please email email@example.com for recommended agents.
All Ports are Open
Cards are accepted. They must show proof of type of vaccine, date of doze and vaccine type. A Vaccine certificate is preferred
Two doses of different vaccines are accepted in St Vincent.
Pre Arrival Forms
The online pre arrival form is not required for each passenger entering St Vincent.
If you have more questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we may have the answers for you.
SVG Arrivals was originally set up in conjunction with the Coronavirus Taskforce to facilitate yacht entries and the monitoring of yacht passengers whilst visiting SVG. It is a source of information for Yacht Captains or Charter Guests looking to visit Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and was aimed to promote tourism and assist local businesses throughout the Islands during Covid 19. The team have offered monitoring and of yachts in quarantine to protect the islands from Covid 19 and encourage more yachts to enter SVG when it was difficult to cross borders. They offered a 24 hour monitoring and information service throughout the islands with question answering, assistance with positive cases and quarantine, arranging medical evacuations, sourcing test results and assisting labs in result sorting, booking tests, communicating between quarantined yachts and customs / coastguard, and much more.
SVG Arrivals was operating on all islands in SVG and services via email still remain available in case of any questions prior to arrival in St Vincent.
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If travelling through SVG by boat and stopping for a maximum of 24 hours you are permitted to do.