Update on Coronavirus Policy

Coronavirus Policy – Grenada

Update on the COVID-19 situation in Grenada as of May 26th, 2020

Further to our previous advisory from April 21st, 2020, we are updating you on the pandemic with regard to Horizon Yacht Charters in Grenada. We are currently starting week 8 of a compulsory curfew, however restrictions have been significantly eased and we have started to welcome cruisers arriving for hurricane season, with quarantine.  Grenada currently has only 5 active cases and all our cases have had mild to moderate symptoms and we have had no fatalities linked to Covid. Our Government continues to work hard with contact tracing and testing and we can envisage being Covid free in the near future.

There is currently no date set for the reopening of the airport, although our Prime Minister has mentioned a gradual re-opening initially with regional flights to commence in June.  We will continue to post updates as we receive them.

For current charters booked:

  • If your charter falls within our 90 days cancellation period all monies paid are non-refundable and we will extend the period allowed for rescheduling for up to one year from your charter start date. The terms and conditions highlighted below will still apply
  • If your charter is outside our 90 days cancellation period, you have the option to cancel your charter and receive a full refund, less our $200 administration fee
  • If you would like to make a new charter booking then we are just requesting a non-refundable $500 deposit at this time, so you can secure the yacht of your choice in anticipation of travel opening up again. The balance of the deposit will be due when world events unfold, and we know that we can travel and sail once again.

We sincerely hope that each and everyone one of you remains safe and well, and we will continue to update you on the COVID-19 latest regarding our company in Grenada.  Thank you for your continued support, understanding, and patience as we work through these difficult times.

Update on the COVID-19 situation in Grenada as of April 21st, 2020

Further to our previous update from April 1st, 2020, we are updating you on the pandemic with regard to Horizon Yacht Charters in Grenada. We are currently starting week 4 of a compulsory curfew, restrictions have been eased slightly to allow easier access to shops but all non-essential work is still prohibited and we are working remotely from home. Grenada currently has 6 active cases, with 7 recovered and 1 case awaiting test results. The latest case if positive will be the most significant as it would be the first one to be the result of community spread. The current lockdown will continue for at least another week, with hopefully some gradual easing after that.

There is currently no date set for the reopening of borders and the airport. This is not likely to happen before 1 June 2020 at the earliest. We will continue to post updates as we receive them.

For current charters booked:

  • If your charter falls within our 90 days cancellation period (which will be up to July 20th as from today’s date April 20th)all monies paid are non-refundable and we will extend the period allowed for rescheduling for up to one year from your charter start date. The terms and conditions highlighted below will still apply (scroll down to see our March 18th policy statement)
  • If your charter is outside our 90 days cancellation period, you have the option to cancel your charter and receive a full refund, less our $200 administration fee
  • If you would like to make a new charter booking then we are just requesting the non-refundable $200 administration fee at this time, so you can secure the yacht of your choice in anticipation of travel opening up again. The balance of the deposit will be due when world events unfold, and we know that we can travel and sail once again.

We sincerely hope that each and everyone one of you remains safe and well, and we will continue to update you on the COVID-19 latest regarding our company in Grenada.  Thank you for your continued support, understanding, and patience as we work through these difficult times.

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