Update: Italy Covid Travel Regulations – as from Monday 2nd May 2022
All adults and children 6 years and over departing to Venice on board our catamarans are required to present either one of the following certificates:
- EU Digital Covid Certificate / Green Pass attesting that you have completed a vaccination cycle with an EMA authorized vaccine; or
- EU Digital Covid Certificate / Green Pass showing proof attesting that you have fully recovered from COVID-19 and you are no longer subject to self-isolation; or
- EU Digital Covid Certificate / Green Pass or equivalent certificate attesting the negative result of a molecular (RT-PCR) or antigenic test (Rapid Test) carried out by means of a swab in the 72 hours (RT-PCR) or 48 hours (Rapid Test) prior to entering Italy.
With reference to validity of EU Digital Covid Certificate issued upon completing a full vaccination cycle, kindly note that for the sole purpose of entering Italy, such certificates continue to hold the validity established under EU Regulations (9 months).
In Italy, according to national regulations, as of February 1, EU Digital Covid Certificate or Green Pass issued upon completion of a vaccination cycle will be valid for 6 months only.
Children under 6 years are exempt from the above.
Travel requirements vary by country and may change at short notice.
Random checks of certificates shall be carried out by the health authorities at points of entry. It is the passenger’s responsibility to ensure that his/her vaccination certificate conforms to the accepted certificates and that it is readily available on arrival at the border.
FFP2 masks must be worn throughout the journey.