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Noonsite guiding cruisers through Covid-19

by Noonsite 31 May 2020 03:25 UTC
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All new information related to the Covid-19 pandemic that is posted on Noonsite can be found at our dedicated cruising resources page - Covid-19

To help with your passage planning as countries start to relax their restrictions and transiting home becomes a possibility, we have put together three documents for the world's largest oceans that are continually updated with information as we know it.

Please help us keep these documents useful by giving us feedback on any other ports you discover that are open to yachts in transit by emailing .

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