The restrictions imposed by different countries on the sailing community are very variable and not necessarily set at national level. What follows is a “best guess” of the situation in each country that we cover at our site.
At least for the next 2 weeks there are virtually no flights to or from the main Mediterranean sailing countries so if you’re not already there, you ain’t getting there any time soon. Our guess is that if things improve on that before the end of May, we will be surprised and delighted. Anyone thinking of the train, can think again too. There are few running in France and none from France to Italy and Spain.
If you are already there, the situation seems variable. In Spain there is no national edict; individual marinas make their own decisions. To some extent the same goes for France. Italy (unsurprisingly) is in total lockdown; so is Greece. Croatian marinas impose a 14 day quarantine, IF THEY LET YOU IN. The same is true for neighbouring Montenegro. If you are already in Turkey, you can move around, but you cannot enter from most other countries, and it is the flag of registry that determines what is allowed, NOT where you come from. This it seems that a Greek flagged yacht coming from Greece, would be allowed in, but not a British flagged yacht coming from Greece. (Totally illogical if true).