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Dart Harbour Notice to Mariners No 10 of 2021

Date:

Valid until further notice. This notice supersedes LNTM 09-21.

From Monday March 29th

The ‘stay at home’ rule ended on 29 March. However you will be required to return to the place which you normally live each night, unless for a permitted reason such as work.

Dart Harbour visitor facilities are open to short stay berthing, with no overnight stays allowed.

The Dart Harbour Yacht Taxi has resumed, with limited capacity, book in advance by calling the office on 01803 832337.

Face coverings must be worn when on the yacht taxi.

The rule of 6 applies which means that you can meet up outdoors with friends and family you do not live with, either:

  • in a group of up to 6 from any number of households (children of all ages count towards the limit of 6)
  • in a group of any size from up to two households (each household can include an existing support bubble, if eligible)

 

You must not meet indoors with anybody you do not live with or have formed a support bubble with (if you are eligible), or another legal exemption applies.

From Monday April 12th

It is expected that overnight stays will be allowed onboard boats and visitor facilities will reopen.

The Yacht Taxi will remain on a pre-booked service until further notice.

The Rule of 6 is expected to apply until 17th May at the earliest, As a result of this we will not be accepting bookings for rallies until after this date.

River Patrol and Office opening times will be as advertised on the Dart Harbour website.

Where possible all interaction with the office should carried out by Email – info@dartharbour.org, or Phone 01803 832337, this is to protect our staff and customers.

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Capt. Geoff Holland

Harbour Master

Date of issue: 29/03/21