Adriatic lines itineraries

The following  measures are provided from the Greek Government  against the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, which  allows the entry to Greece for those passengers who have completed the following form at least 24 hours before visiting Greece. For more information is mandatory to visit the following link


According  to the attached GAZZ. UFF. Of Greek Government (FEK 1969/B/14-5-2021)  please be informed that the period of the application of the  measures, descripted bellow,  are extended  - from 14.5.2021 up to  24.5.2021 and 06:00 am.


B) Conditions to entry in Greece

1.  All travelers to Greece is mandatory to fill out the electronic form PLF (Passenger Locator Form) at  , with their contact details in Greece before their arrival in the country. Proof of completion electronic PLF form, sent automatically by email to the passenger from the system,is considered a necessary travel document. The valid form PLF, with QR code, is considered necessary for entry at every entrance gate of the country.

2. Is mandatory for all travelers to Greece, from the age of  5 and over to:

a) have completed at least fourteen (14) days before the departure  vaccination COVID-19 and  present the vaccination certificate in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or Russian language, issued by the public authority and in accordance with the relevant legislation. The certificate Vaccination policy includes  the name of the person –which has to be written as indicated on the passport, the type of vaccine administered, the number of installments and their date or

b) have been diagnosed negative in a laboratory test for coronavirus COVID-19 by PCR, which has been performed by taking an oral or pharyngeal nopharyngeal smear

ba) within the latter seventy two (72) hours before their arrival at Greece,

bb) from reference laboratories of the origin or transit   country  or public or private laboratories of that country, provided that these private laboratories

certified by the competent national of the country and

bc) to be bearded to the certificate above the diagnosis, in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or Russian, which  includes the name of the person –written the same as  indicated on the passport.

Alternatively, travelers to Greece can carry with them confirmation of disease or positive diagnosis, by the method PCR or antigen, with  validity of two (2) to nine (9) months from the date of illness indicated which has been issued a) by a public authority in accordance with relevant legislation, b) by reference laboratories from the  country of origin or transit - public or private in English, French,German, Italian, Spanish or Russian, which includes the name of the person, such as this is written on the passport.

3) Be careful Important note !!!! Shipping companies are required to check the traveler before boarding to confirm that he has the necessary documents above described in paragraphs 1 and 2 and.  In opposite case boarding is not allowed

4) The necessary entry documents  of par. 1 and 2, are displayed by travelers at Hellenic Authorities

5. At the entry ports all travelers to Greece are subject to sampling laboratory medical examination or examination rapid detection of COVID-19 coronavirus antigen (rapid test) on the basis of a health algorithm and during their stay in country,

6. The persons subject to the sampler control of par. 5 remain in the area of the entrance gate until the result of the audit is issued.

7. In cases of par. 5  that a  traveler has been diagnosed positive to Covid -19, is mandatory to remain in quarantine  for fourteen (14) days

NOTE: There are not any discriminations  between passengers and truck drivers foe the measures above.


Voyages from Greece to Italy

Since the regulatory provisions change abruptly, it will be the responsibility of each passenger to check the national and regional restrictions in force before each journey – both outward and return journeys.

According to the new Italian ordinance, valid up to 30-7-2021 passengers travelling from Greece to Italy must:

Fill in the PLF form  (not recommended the Internet Explorer browser)  

Fill in a self-declaration

It is mandatory to have a certificate attesting the negative result of a molecular or antigen test, conducted with a swab, carried out in the 48 hours prior to entry into Italy, to be shown to anyone responsible for carrying out this verification ( the carrier is in charge of the control during check-in operation).

Inform the competent health authority for the territory of their entry into Italy.

In case of non-presentation of the above-mentioned examination certificate (in Italian or English), a precautionary self-restriction (quarantine) of 10 days is provided and an obligation to inform the competent Health Authority regarding the entry into the country. Also, after the end of the 10-day preventive self-limitation, it is necessary to perform a molecular test / pcr or antigen test / rapid.

In general, for entries in Italy, there are exceptions to the testing requirements in the 48 hours before arrival, isolation and testing after:

• any person who enters Italy for a period not exceeding 120 hours for a proven need for work, health or absolute urgency, with the obligation, at the end of that period, to immediately leave the national territory or, failing, to begin the period of monitoring and fiduciary isolation

• anyone transiting Italian territory by private means for a period not exceeding 36 hours, with the obligation, at the end of that period, to immediately leave the national territory or, failing that, to begin the surveillance period.

For more information on the rules for entering Italy from abroad, consult the post on the website of the Italian  Ministry of Foreign Affairs  .

Before embarking on the journey, consult the pages;



In force from the day the trips are allowed again until 24/05/2021


In order to ensure the utmost in health safety standards and guarantee the serenity of a safe journey to all passengers, the Company:


-              will provide a complementary kit of personal protective equipment, including gloves and masks, for all passengers at the time of boarding that shall be used during their stay on board;


-              will take temperature readings before passengers board. Anyone with a temperature over 37.5 ° C will not be allowed to board;


-              will arrange for all passengers to provide a self-certification form upon boarding declaring that they do not have any symptoms similar to those caused by the coronavirus and that they have not been in contact with people who have tested positive or are presumed to be so;


-              will ensure that the ship’s doctor will be present, regardless of the number of passengers on board;


-              has provided for the exclusive use of cabins (same family unit only);


-              has introduced specific protocols for the careful sanitisation of cabins and on-board areas;


-              has introduced specific health monitoring protocols for shipboard personnel;


-              has provided the crews with tools and training aimed at limiting the risk of contagion;


-              has paid particular attention to training its crews to ensure assistance to passengers and for compliance with prevention, containment and emergency management measures.



In order to avoid people gathering in crowds and in compliance with safe social distancing, passengers must check in on time to ensure that all control and boarding activities can be completed. Passengers must check in wearing masks (including children 6 years old and up).

The Company has prepared a complementary kit (masks, gloves) for all passengers who do not have their own.

Those travelling with their car may preferably check-in while remaining in their vehicle and will receive from the control officer (checking documents and tickets) a sticker with the cabin number to bring with them and another to stick on the car; at the ramp, the driver parks the car in the garage.

Passengers will only need to go to the ticket office if they have to make changes or additions to the ticket.

The staff in charge of fast check-in will wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks, limiting contact with the documents to be checked as much as possible.

All passengers must arrive for boarding with a completed self-certification form provided by the Company. Before boarding all passengers will have their temperature taken. Anyone with a temperature over 37.5 ° C, will not be allowed to board.


In order to speed up boarding – carried out strictly in compliance with safe social distancing and wearing masks – all the information that can be sent by the Company to the passenger and vice versa before departure is exchanged electronically at the time of booking. Cabins are assigned in advance.

Passengers are frequently reminded to comply with behaviour and social distancing rules through the use of public announcements, informative flyers, posted in the public areas of the ship, and through a memo in the cabin.

In corridors, at reception and in all common areas, including lifts, it is always mandatory to respect safe social distancing of at least one meter between passengers. To facilitate compliance with this rule, barriers (Tendiflex) and signs will be used. All reception staff on board will wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks. Disinfectant gel dispensers have been positioned at various points on the ship.


All areas of the ship, public or for private use, will be subject to regular sanitisation specifically to contrast bacterial and viral agents. All activities will be carried out by operators equipped with appropriate personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks.


Access to and the use of tables in restaurants and bars is limited to avoid gatherings and allowing safe social distancing of at least one meter between each customer, except in cases of families or relatives. The crew on board will ensure people do not gather in groups.

The opening hours of the catering services will be adequate to the number of passengers and to ensure compliance with the criteria of social distancing.

Room Service has been enhanced and the offer extended to include all the ship's food services, including those on the external decks, to facilitate the purchase and consumption of meals.

The kitchen and service staff at the self service areas and those serving at the tables wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks and regularly sanitise the surfaces.

For the purchase of extra services on board, the use of contactless credit cards is encouraged to minimize contacts and the circulation of money.


Pax-out and disembarkation are organised in such a way as to avoid people gathering in crowds and in compliance with safe social distancing. On-board staff will be present to assist with operations to regulate the flow of people.


The Company has introduced health protocols to monitor crew health on board, in order to minimise any health risks to passengers and staff. Our crew will comply with safe social distancing, the obligation to wear disposable masks and gloves, use disinfectant gels, and with follow scrupulous cleaning and personal hygiene protocols.