1) Recreational boating is prohibited no matter what until lockdown is lifted
2) Haul out services may be provided granted you have a reservation that dates March 14 or before. Evidence must be provided regarding the reservation date and the vessel must remain hauled out for a minimum of 120 days.
3) You are allowed to bring your vessel back to a Puerto Rican marina from a jurisdiction other than Puerto Rico if it is your official designated “homeport”
4) Only commercial fishing and relevant essential authorities are allowed free transit into marinas.
5) Vessels purchased by Puerto Rican residents before March 14 at other jurisdictions will be allowed into Puerto Rico.
PUERTO DEL REY MARINA & SHIP YARD: DRNA has amended the Communication, now 2020-07F that states that vessels that have Puerto Del Rey as their homeport or had confirmed participation in Hurricane Tie Down before March 14, 2020 may come to Puerto Del Rey, spend two weeks in quarantine and then be hauled out. Should you choose to wait until after May 3rd, PDR will not be able to confirm a specific haul out date. If you agree to being hauled out, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org at the earliest practical time, so we can schedule a mutually convenient date and time.
– Immediately: Email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org confirming you are in the Marina and wish to haul out.
– Arrange for stay while your vessel is on land. There are no live-aboards allowed in the tie down area. Subject to availability, the Marina has apartments and suites available for rent (also subject to additional COVID-19 restrictions under OE-2020-033). Please write to email@example.com for further information.
– 48 Hours BEFORE haul out: o Mark vessel with tape where Travel-lift slings must be placed.
– Purchase of straps- These may be delivered to the vessel. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of straps you need and payment form.
– Make sure you have proper personal protective equipment (masks and gloves).