Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
8th May 2020
Fowey Harbour Commissioners have been following the Government’s advice in respect of Coronavirus and have measures in place to limit risks to port users, our staff, emergency services and the public.
As the country moves towards the easing of certain provisions of the lockdown there will be an understandable interest from many leisure users who want to get back out onto the water.
While we are keen to see this eventually, we will need to assess the Government’s latest guidance in respect of what activities and essential travel will be permitted.
Furthermore, even when we are able to reopen our facilities, stakeholders should be aware that arrangements to preserve social distancing will be needed. This means that there are likely to be certain measures we need to enforce that could alter what users and visitors can do.
In the meantime, we thank you for your patience and support. We will continue to monitor the situation and will advise of any further updates in due course.
Local Notices to Mariners regarding Coronavirus restrictions remain in force and can be viewed on the Harbour Notices page
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