Yacht Haven Grande Info COVID-19
LATEST COVID-19 INFORMATION
YACHT HAVEN GRANDE
CHARLOTTE AMALIE, ST THOMAS, USVI
Updated June 1, 2020
EFFECTIVE AS OF: June 1, 2020
MARINA STATUS: OPEN
The US Virgin Islands remains OPEN to yacht entry, subject to strict health declarations.
These health declarations are:
- Do any of your crew or guests onboard your vessel have any flu-like symptoms?
- Have any of your crew or guests, to the best of your knowledge, been in contact with anyone with flu like symptoms in the past 14 days?
- Have any of your crew or guests been in contact with anyone confirmed to have contracted COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
- Have any crew member or guests visited any of the following countries in the past 14 days?
Iran, China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau), the European states within the Schengen Area (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland), United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, and the Federative Republic of Brazil.
- Please detail the countries visited (even if in transit) for each member of passenger and crew
As per our Governor’s recommendation, June 1st the USVI moved to 'Open Doors' status, meaning the majority of businesses can now open with social distancing and other protective meansures being in place (e.g. limited seating in restauarants).
The majority of businesses are now open with social distancing and masks worn indoor requirements in place. .
Hotels, Air B&B, Timeshares are now permitted to accept any new bookings for visitors and tourists as of June 1st.
St. Thomas airport is open for inbound and outbound flights; inbound arrivals are subject to scanning.
Restaurants and bars are operating with a limited amount of seating - please see Restaurant Limitations below.
Retail outlets are open for business with a limited number of people entering the establishment.
Beaches are open.
Anchoring in the USVI is subject to Dept. of Natural Resources and Planning (DPNR) permits. See https://dpnr.vi.gov/environmental-enforcement/anchoring-mooring/ for more info.
- Establishments cannot cater to parties larger than six (6) people. Larger groups can be split up among multiple tables that are properly spaced apart.
- Restaurants and bars can only operate at half of the Fire Marshall approved seating capacity, or host a maximum of 50 customers - whichever is less.
- Tables must be 6' apart and bar stools must be spaced out as much as possible.