April 1, 2022
Entry to Canada for US Boaters
Travellers are eligible to enter or return to Canada if they qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller.
Border services continue to be temporarily suspended at many small vessel reporting sites.
Fully vaccinated boaters, or those arriving for non-discretionary reasons, who are landing on Canadian soil, should visit cbsa.gc.ca/offices to find locations where you can report your arrival to border officials.
Use ArriveCAN to provide mandatory travel information on and after your entry into Canada. It only takes minutes to help keep each other safe.
The Federal Government provides a link to travel between provinces and territories https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/provinces
Information about COVID 19 in Canada https://resources-covid19canada.hub.arcgis.com/
Current Boating situation for Atlantic Canada Residents.
All boaters should follow public health measures and physical distance and gathering requirements for the province they live and boat in. In addition, Transport Canada has provided guidelines for boaters.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Prince Edward Island no longer requires proof of vaccination to enter the province or access business, organizations and events. Other public health measures remain in effect.
Provincial COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted March 14 2022.
Public Health will continue to provide advice and guidance on how people can reduce their risk and will also provide COVID-19 surveillance.
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
All travellers are permitted to enter Newfoundland and Labrador. Effective February 28, 2022, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador does not require you to self-isolate or get tested for COVID-19 upon arrival, or complete the Travel Form.
For more information please visit Newfoundland and Labrador
or more information visit Nova Scotia