What does Brexit mean for my holiday to Europe with The Moorings?

As the UK fast approaches the deadline for Brexit, we advise you to read our guidance below to ensure you have an unforgettable holiday to Europe.

As the UK Government is still in ongoing negotiations when it comes to travel policies, it is important to note that the below information is subject to change as new legislation is announced, so to stay up to date with the latest information please visit: www.gov.uk/visit-europe-1-january-2021.

Please note that our Holiday Planners will always be of assistance should you need any help and advice in the lead up to your charter dates, which is one of the many benefits of making a booking with The Moorings.

Your passport should have a minimum of 6 months validity on your return date and be less than 10 years old 
You are required to have travel insurance that includes health care as EHIC cards will no longer be valid 
Free data roaming will no longer be available, please check with your provider what the local charges are 
A visa will not be required as long as you are staying in the country for less than 90 days
Please ensure you can provide the details of your return flight upon arrival or details of your onward travel plans
If you have booked a package holiday you will still be financially protected under ATOL and UK Package Travel Regulations


Further information can be found by visiting https://www.gov.uk/visit-europe-1-january-2021.

How can The Moorings' help?
Please provide your passport information to us as soon as your booking is confirmed
Through our partner, Campbell Irvine, we can provide a comprehensive travel insurance policy that covers health care and cancellations 
You can now add Wi-Fi to your yacht booking to ensure you can stay connected whilst on charter 
To ensure you are financially protected, please ask your holiday planner about a flight inclusive trip