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Covid Update 1st March 2021

Dear Customers and friends

Following the government announcement on Monday 22nd Feb, we’re delighted to share with you our vision for the gradual easing of the covid guidelines at Castle Marinas.

Our primary concern is the health and wellbeing of all marina users. We have a responsibility to the people living and working at all our marinas, so please help us to help them and to reduce the transmission of the virus.

All our marinas are open and have been throughout the pandemic but travel restrictions have of course prevented most people visiting or using their boats.

We are looking forward to welcoming you back to our marinas as soon as possible but please be aware that the current “stay at home” travel restrictions remain in place. These will limit your ability to visit our sites until 29th March

Assuming none of the government dates are delayed, this is how we see the rollout progressing.

Step 1: 29th March
‘Stay at Home’ rule ends, so people may travel to a marina and use their boats. No overnight stays onboard.

Step 2: 12th April
Overnight stays on board allowed. Holidays in UK allowed for single households and hire fleets operational for family units.

Step 3: 17th May
Indoor mixing on boats will be allowed with up to six people or, if it is more people, two households. Campsites open.

Step 4: No earlier than 21st June
The government hopes to be able to remove all legal limits on social contact.

During all these phases, we will continue to operate with strict covid guidelines in place. The use of masks is mandatory, enhanced cleaning regimes will continue, separation zones will be in place. Please check with your marina as to what is required of you.

Remember – we must carry on with ‘Hands, Face, Space’

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