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  COVID-19 Travel Update! 

Due to the continued increase in COVID-19 cases in the United States, as well as an uptick in cases in The Bahamas, the following restrictions have been put in place to protect the health and wellbeing of both residents and visitors, and to prevent the spread of the virus throughout The Bahamas, which remain of primary importance. As a reminder, expect this situation to remain fluid/dynamic and you are strongly advised to check Bahamas.com/TravelUpdates for frequent updates. 

 

Bahamas Health Visa

1. All passengers must apply at travel.gov.bs (click on the International Tab) for a Bahamas Health Visa and upload a COVID 19 test which displays the following characteristics:

  • RT PCR test (not an antigen test nor an antibody test).

  • A negative result.

  • Valid for 10 days from the date the specimen was provided.

  • Name and address of the accredited lab where test was performed.

 

2. For US based travelers, an accredited lab can be found at Cdc.gov/clia/LabSearch.html. Once at the webpage, scroll down to “Advanced Search”, click on “Show” and type in the zip code in which the traveler wishes to perform the coronavirus test. All accredited labs in the requested zip code are listed. For all travelers from other countries, labs that have been accredited by the local medical health officials should be used. 

 

3. The only applicants for a Bahamas Health Visa that are not required to provide a COVID-19 test are:

  • Children under the age of ten (10).

  • Pilots and crew who remain overnight in The Bahamas.

 

4. No longer will exemptions exist for citizens and residents who make short trips overseas.

 

Quarantine

1. All visitors and returning residents are required to quarantine for fourteen (14) days upon arrival into The Bahamas. Quarantine can occur in one of the following:

 

(a) A private residence or rented accommodation (like AirBnB) where the person can quarantine in an unoccupied bedroom with its own connected bathroom. 

(b) A hotel or private club where the person can quarantine in an unoccupied bedroom with its own connected bathroom.

 

(c) A private boat.

 

If the traveler cannot quarantine in (a) or (b) or (c) above, they will be directed into a Government Mandated Quarantine Facility at their own expense. 

 

2. Upon arrival, every visitor or returning resident will be directed to the Ministry of Health officials at the airport or Port of Entry. They will declare the location of their intended quarantine site or their intention to utilize the Government Mandated Quarantine Facility.

 

3. Once Ministry of Health officials approve/verify the intended quarantine site, the HubbCat APP will be installed on their telephones for purposes of contact tracing to be performed exclusively by the COVID Enforcement Unit. 

 

4. Once a room/site is declared as an approved quarantine site, no persons, other than those approved to quarantine in that site, will be allowed to enter that designated quarantine site for the entire quarantine period.

 

5. Once the fourteen (14) day quarantine period is completed, all persons intending to remain in the country will be required to complete another COVID-19 test, at their own expense, to exit quarantine. The Chief Medical Officer or her designate can grant exemptions to this requirement.

 

6. Persons in mandatory quarantine, wishing to leave the country before the expiration of the fourteen (14) day mandatory quarantine period, can do so at any time without the need to perform another COVID-19 test once they inform the COVID Enforcement Unit.

 

7. A visitor who refuses to quarantine and have the HubbCat APP installed on their telephones for the purposes of contact tracing will be deported and placed in mandatory quarantine in a government facility until such deportation.

 

Hotels

1. All hotels are designated as quarantine sites. As such, persons quarantining in a hotel can make use of all of the facilities in the hotel. Casinos and nightclubs will be closed.

 

2. All beaches in the Out Islands are currently open except during weekend lockdowns. All beaches in Nassau and Grand Bahama are currently closed.

 

Commercial + Private Aviation

1. All commercial and private aircraft transporting passengers or cargo arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination are welcome and will not be required, before arrival, to obtain any prior authorization from the Director General of the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) or his designate.

 

2. From time to time, the Government of The Bahamas will restrict commercial or private aircraft from transporting passengers or cargo into certain islands (or the entire country). In those instances, prior authorization from the Director General of the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) or his designate will be required before the flights commence.
 

Currently, the following islands are subjected to restricted travel: Grand Bahama Island (GBI) – international arrivals.

 

3. All requests for permission to transport passengers or cargo into restricted islands require the completion of a Request for Flight Approval Form (found online at www.bcaabahamas.com) as issued by the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority and should be directed to: covid19info@bcaabahamas.com or (242) 826 8588 or (242) 603 5636.

 

4. All commercial and private aircraft departing The Bahamas for an international destination will not be required to obtain any prior authorization from the Director General of the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) or his designate. 

 

5. All commercial and private aircraft transporting passengers on a domestic inter-island flight from one unrestricted island to another unrestricted island are currently prohibited unless the passengers obtain a Bahamas Health Visa (see above) and unless the passengers adhere to the fourteen (14) day quarantine requirements (see above) upon arrival. Securing a Bahamas Health Visa requires the uploading of a COVID-19 test, so this would have to be secured prior to the flight. 

 

6. All commercial and private aircraft arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination that make one stop in The Bahamas simply to clear Bahamas Customs and Immigration before proceeding onto their final destination in The Bahamas, the entire flight, for the purposes of determining whether this is an international or domestic flight, will be considered to be an international flight.

 

Boats + Yachts

1. All private yachts and pleasure craft with passengers arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination are welcome.

 

2. From time to time, the Government of The Bahamas will restrict yachts and pleasure craft from traveling into certain islands (or the entire country). Currently, the following islands are subjected to restricted travel:
Grand Bahama Island (GBI) – international arrivals.

 

3. All ports of entry used by yachts and pleasure craft in all islands other than New Providence and Grand Bahama are closed except for the public dock on that island. All ports of entry in New Providence and Grand Bahama Island remain open.

 

4. Yachts and pleasure craft must now proceed to the public dock to clear Bahamas Customs and Immigration and check in with the local health officials to establish their intended quarantine site. Following their enrollment onto the HubbCat APP, yachts and pleasure craft will be allowed to proceed to a marina or an uninhabited island/cay to commence their quarantine. 

 

5. Based upon the quarantine guideless (see above), persons are allowed to quarantine on a yacht or pleasure craft and will only be allowed to come ashore for the following reasons:

  • To provision.

  • To visit a medical facility or a pharmacy.

  • To secure fuel.

 

6. Persons arriving into an island by yacht and pleasure craft are allowed to quarantine onshore as opposed to on the boat. Access to and from the boat, while quarantining on shore, is allowed once no contact with other persons during the movement to and from the boat can be assured.

 

7. All yachts and pleasure craft are prohibited from traveling on a domestic journey, i.e. from one inhabited island to another inhabited island, unless the passengers obtain a Bahamas Health Visa (see above) and unless the passengers adhere to the fourteen (14) day quarantine requirements (see above) upon arrival. 

 

8. During the quarantine period, yachts and pleasure craft for visitors and residents will be allowed to move throughout The Bahamas from one uninhabited island to another uninhabited island. An uninhabited island will be defined as all islands with less than twenty-five (25) permanent residents.

 

However, if they decide to check in with another inhabited island, the quarantine period will reset back to the original fourteen (14) days.

 

9. All yachts and pleasure craft wishing to depart The Bahamas for an international destination will not be required to obtain any additional authorization except what is typically required.

 

Travel Safely! Travel Responsibly!


 Your Safety 
Our top priority is everyone’s health and well-being. We highly recommend customers everywhere follow the health and travel advice of relevant authorities.

 Your Current Booking(s )
If you have an upcoming booking that you need to change or cancel:

 

 If You Are Planning to Make a New Booking  
If you are planning ahead or need to make a new booking, it is important that you have the flexibility to cancel. Please see our website for more details regarding our cancellation policy and travel insurance recommendations: 

https://www.biminiscubacenter.com/packages

(Scroll to the Bottom of the Page for Policy Info + Insurance Recommendations)

August 2nd, 2020

Due to the continued increase in COVID-19 cases in the United States, as well as an uptick in cases in The Bahamas, the following restrictions have been put in place to protect the health and wellbeing of both residents and visitors, and to prevent the spread of the virus throughout The Bahamas, which remain of primary importance. As a reminder, expect this situation to remain fluid/dynamic and you are strongly advised to check Bahamas.com/TravelUpdates for frequent updates. 

 

BAHAMAS HEALTH VISA

1. All passengers must apply at travel.gov.bs (click on the International Tab) for a Bahamas Health Visa and upload a COVID 19 test which displays the following characteristics:

  • RT PCR test (not an antigen test nor an antibody test).

  • A negative result.

  • Valid for 10 days from the date the specimen was provided.

  • Name and address of the accredited lab where test was performed.

 

2. For US based travelers, an accredited lab can be found at Cdc.gov/clia/LabSearch.html. Once at the webpage, scroll down to “Advanced Search”, click on “Show” and type in the zip code in which the traveler wishes to perform the coronavirus test. All accredited labs in the requested zip code are listed. For all travelers from other countries, labs that have been accredited by the local medical health officials should be used. 

 

3. The only applicants for a Bahamas Health Visa that are not required to provide a COVID-19 test are:

  • Children under the age of ten (10).

  • Pilots and crew who remain overnight in The Bahamas.

 

4. No longer will exemptions exist for citizens and residents who make short trips overseas.

 

QUARANTINE

1. All visitors and returning residents are required to quarantine for fourteen (14) days upon arrival into The Bahamas. Quarantine can occur in one of the following:

 

(a) A private residence or rented accommodation (like AirBnB) where the person can quarantine in an unoccupied bedroom with its own connected bathroom. 

(b) A hotel or private club where the person can quarantine in an unoccupied bedroom with its own connected bathroom.

 

(c) A private boat.

 

If the traveler cannot quarantine in (a) or (b) or (c) above, they will be directed into a Government Mandated Quarantine Facility at their own expense. 

 

2. Upon arrival, every visitor or returning resident will be directed to the Ministry of Health officials at the airport or Port of Entry. They will declare the location of their intended quarantine site or their intention to utilize the Government Mandated Quarantine Facility.

 

3. Once Ministry of Health officials approve/verify the intended quarantine site, the HubbCat APP will be installed on their telephones for purposes of contact tracing to be performed exclusively by the COVID Enforcement Unit. 

 

4. Once a room/site is declared as an approved quarantine site, no persons, other than those approved to quarantine in that site, will be allowed to enter that designated quarantine site for the entire quarantine period.

 

5. Once the fourteen (14) day quarantine period is completed, all persons intending to remain in the country will be required to complete another COVID-19 test, at their own expense, to exit quarantine. The Chief Medical Officer or her designate can grant exemptions to this requirement.

 

6. Persons in mandatory quarantine, wishing to leave the country before the expiration of the fourteen (14) day mandatory quarantine period, can do so at any time without the need to perform another COVID-19 test once they inform the COVID Enforcement Unit.

 

7. A visitor who refuses to quarantine and have the HubbCat APP installed on their telephones for the purposes of contact tracing will be deported and placed in mandatory quarantine in a government facility until such deportation.

 

HOTELS

1. All hotels are designated as quarantine sites. As such, persons quarantining in a hotel can make use of all of the facilities in the hotel. Casinos and nightclubs will be closed.

 

2. All beaches in the Out Islands are currently open except during weekend lockdowns. All beaches in Nassau and Grand Bahama are currently closed.

 

COMMERCIAL + PRIVATE AVIATION

1. All commercial and private aircraft transporting passengers or cargo arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination are welcome and will not be required, before arrival, to obtain any prior authorization from the Director General of the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) or his designate.

 

2. From time to time, the Government of The Bahamas will restrict commercial or private aircraft from transporting passengers or cargo into certain islands (or the entire country). In those instances, prior authorization from the Director General of the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) or his designate will be required before the flights commence.
 

Currently, the following islands are subjected to restricted travel: Grand Bahama Island (GBI) – international arrivals.

 

3. All requests for permission to transport passengers or cargo into restricted islands require the completion of a Request for Flight Approval Form (found online at www.bcaabahamas.com) as issued by the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority and should be directed to: covid19info@bcaabahamas.com or (242) 826 8588 or (242) 603 5636.

 

4. All commercial and private aircraft departing The Bahamas for an international destination will not be required to obtain any prior authorization from the Director General of the Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) or his designate. 

 

5. All commercial and private aircraft transporting passengers on a domestic inter-island flight from one unrestricted island to another unrestricted island are currently prohibited unless the passengers obtain a Bahamas Health Visa (see above) and unless the passengers adhere to the fourteen (14) day quarantine requirements (see above) upon arrival. Securing a Bahamas Health Visa requires the uploading of a COVID-19 test, so this would have to be secured prior to the flight. 

 

6. All commercial and private aircraft arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination that make one stop in The Bahamas simply to clear Bahamas Customs and Immigration before proceeding onto their final destination in The Bahamas, the entire flight, for the purposes of determining whether this is an international or domestic flight, will be considered to be an international flight.

 

BOATS + YACHTS

1. All private yachts and pleasure craft with passengers arriving in The Bahamas from an international destination are welcome.

 

2. From time to time, the Government of The Bahamas will restrict yachts and pleasure craft from traveling into certain islands (or the entire country). Currently, the following islands are subjected to restricted travel:
Grand Bahama Island (GBI) – international arrivals.

 

3. All ports of entry used by yachts and pleasure craft in all islands other than New Providence and Grand Bahama are closed except for the public dock on that island. All ports of entry in New Providence and Grand Bahama Island remain open.

 

4. Yachts and pleasure craft must now proceed to the public dock to clear Bahamas Customs and Immigration and check in with the local health officials to establish their intended quarantine site. Following their enrollment onto the HubbCat APP, yachts and pleasure craft will be allowed to proceed to a marina or an uninhabited island/cay to commence their quarantine. 

 

5. Based upon the quarantine guideless (see above), persons are allowed to quarantine on a yacht or pleasure craft and will only be allowed to come ashore for the following reasons:

  • To provision.

  • To visit a medical facility or a pharmacy.

  • To secure fuel.

 

6. Persons arriving into an island by yacht and pleasure craft are allowed to quarantine onshore as opposed to on the boat. Access to and from the boat, while quarantining on shore, is allowed once no contact with other persons during the movement to and from the boat can be assured.

 

7. All yachts and pleasure craft are prohibited from traveling on a domestic journey, i.e. from one inhabited island to another inhabited island, unless the passengers obtain a Bahamas Health Visa (see above) and unless the passengers adhere to the fourteen (14) day quarantine requirements (see above) upon arrival. 

 

8. During the quarantine period, yachts and pleasure craft for visitors and residents will be allowed to move throughout The Bahamas from one uninhabited island to another uninhabited island. An uninhabited island will be defined as all islands with less than twenty-five (25) permanent residents.

 

However, if they decide to check in with another inhabited island, the quarantine period will reset back to the original fourteen (14) days.

 

9. All yachts and pleasure craft wishing to depart The Bahamas for an international destination will not be required to obtain any additional authorization except what is typically required.

July 21st, 2020

In addressing the nation, Prime Minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis has announced that new measures will be put in place to help with the increasing cases including:

  1. International commercial flights and vessels will only be permitted from Canada, the United Kingdom and the European Union as of Wednesday, July 22 at midnight.

  2. Bahamasair will cease all outgoing flights to the United States effective immediately.

  3. All returning residents, Bahamians or others, will require a negative PCR COVID-19 test.

  4. Bahamians and residents who are not in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test will be required to quarantine for 14 days.

  5. Quarantine time will be considered vacation for public servants.

  6. Domestic travel will continue within The Bahamas but individuals must complete the travel visa form at www.travel.gov.bs

  7. Public and private beaches and parks in New Providence, Paradise Island, Rose Island and the surrounding cays will be closed until further notice as of tomorrow. Restaurants at Arawak Cay and Potter's Cay will also be required to close.

Read the Prime Minister's full remarks here: https://bit.ly/3jmFffF

 

June 25th, 2020

Minister D’Aguilar has just announced a change for The Bahamas opening travel on July 1st. All guests must follow three easy steps:

  1. Have a COVID swab test completed within 10 days of intended travel.

  2. Submit the form and negative COVID swab test to travel.gov.bs for an immediate travel card.

  3. On the day of travel, have copies of your COVID test, travel card and passport.

 

The Bahamas have been diligent to prevent any challenges for guests and locals, this has kept the number of cases extremely low. Many islands in The Bahamas have not had a single reported case. By continuing to provide the extra level of screening, all guests are assured a safe and enjoyable experience in their favorite island retreat.

June 5th, 2020

We are excited to announce that visitors can travel with confidence to The Bahamas on July 1st!

May 13th, 2020

As information changes quickly, we continue to share our current knowledge to help you make informed decisions related to travel. In a letter from Captain Charles Beneby, Director General - Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority it outlines requirements for Bahamian citizens, residents, and homeowners to travel to The Bahamas.

For anyone who is a Bahamian citizen or homeowner:

  • Bahamas Passport, permanent residency card, or valid Bahamas Work Permit.

  • Homeowners must be in possession of a valid passport and proof of home-ownership (utility bill, property tax statement, etc.).

  • A valid negative COVID-19 test taken within 7-days of intended travel from an approved lab.

  • All guests entering The Bahamas will also need to have arrangements to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

April 8th, 2020
As of Wednesday, 8th April, 2020, starting at 9:00 pm, a complete lockdown will again be implemented effective Wednesday, the 8th of April, at 9pm and will end at 5am on Tuesday, the 14th of April. At the end of that Lockdown period, the 24 hour curfew will again resume.

During this shutdown, all services are prohibited, with the exception as follows:

  • All hospitals in The Bahamas,

  • The Royal Bahamas Defence Force,

  • The Royal Bahamas Police Force,

  • The Media,

  • Security Services,

  • Hotels with guests

  • Emergency units of core publicly and privately owned public utilities, namely, electricity, water, telecommunications,

  • And a strictly limited number of exempted undertakings, such as international import/export trade.

 

A specific shopping schedule is available until this new lockdown takes effect.

Adults with the last name beginning A through F will be allowed to enter food stores to shop on:

  • Mondays: 6am to 12pm

  • Wednesdays: 6am to 12 pm

  • Thursdays: 1pm to 7pm

 

Adults with the last name beginning G through O will be allowed to enter food stores to shop on:

  • Mondays: 1pm to 7pm

  • Wednesdays: 1pm to 7pm

  • Fridays: 6am to 12pm

 

Adults with the last name beginning P through Z will be allowed to enter food stores to shop on:

  • Tuesdays: 1pm to 7pm

  • Fridays: 1pm to 7pm

  • Thursdays 6am to 12pm

 

Special provisions have been made for individuals 60 years of age and older and persons with disabilities.

Senior citizens and persons with disabilities may shop on Tuesdays from 6am to 12pm; however, persons in these categories may also choose to shop on the day assigned to their last name.

 

In addition:

  • Each household should identify a single shopper to carry out food shopping.

  • Shoppers will be required to provide photo identification to show proof of last name.

  • Physical distancing protocols must be adhered to at all times.

March 22, 2020

On March 19, 2020, the government issued the first order under the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Regulations 2020, which, among other things, detail protocols for limiting the country-wide movements of persons to contain COVID-19 infections among the population. The order prescribed businesses that would be allowed to remain open (exempted businesses), primarily essential services including medical facilities, security services and the uniformed forces. The order also restricted the business hours of exempted businesses, subject to social distancing recommendations of three to six feet.

 

The order also imposed a curfew from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. and that non-essential persons in businesses should stay at home. This order expires on March 31, 2020.

March 16, 2020

Dear Valued Customers + Fellow Bahamians,

We understand that the recent news and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 situation may have caused you to re-think your current travel plans and future travel. Whether you have a dive and/or package booked with us OR are planning upcoming travel, we will do whatever we can to support you.

We are continually monitoring the situation, including travel restrictions and updates to travel policies that may impact you.


Your Safety
Our top priority is everyone’s health and well-being. We highly recommend customers everywhere follow the health and travel advice of relevant authorities.

Your Current Booking(s)
We are experiencing unprecedented call volumes, emails and FB/Instagram messages. We are sorry for the long hold times and delayed replies.

If you have an upcoming booking that you need to change or cancel:

 

If You Are Planning to Make a New Booking 
If you are planning ahead or need to make a new booking, it is important that you have the flexibility to cancel. Please see our website for more details regarding our cancellation policy and travel insurance recommendations: 

https://www.biminiscubacenter.com/packages

(Scroll to the Bottom of the Page for Policy Info + Insurance Recommendations)


The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is a rapidly changing situation from a public health perspective, we are committed to keeping you informed.


With that said, here is the most recent travel advisory delivered by the Most Honorable Doctor Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of The Bahamas at 8:00pm on Sunday, March 15th.

“Given the growing public health concern and to protect the health and well-being of the population of The Bahamas, effective Thursday, March 19th, the following travel restrictions will be introduced:

  1. Foreign nationals and foreign individuals who have traveled within the last 20 days from the United Kingdom, Ireland and Europe, will be prohibited entry into The Bahamas.

  2. This is in addition to restrictions already in place for China, Iran, Italy and South Korea.

  3. This restricted travel list of countries will be continuously monitored and updated as necessary.

  4. All Bahamian nationals and residents returning to The Bahamas through any point of entry from any of the restricted countries or an area where community infection and spread is present will be quarantined or be placed under self-isolation upon arrival and are expected to follow the protocols of the Ministry of Health.

  5. Bahamian nationals or residents returning to The Bahamas who have been abroad and believe that they may have been exposed to COVID-19 are asked to contact the Ministry of Health’s hotline or their local health provider.

  6. Non-essential travel by Bahamian nationals and residents and other countries is highly discouraged.

  7. Let me repeat this:  If you do not need to travel overseas at this time, I highly urge you to remain at home.

  8. Let me remind you of some health and medical facts about this virus:

  • Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.

  • In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death.

  • Most people who contract this virus will fully recover.

  • But there are a number of people who are particularly vulnerable, including the elderly and those with chronic diseases, such as hypertension and diabetes, and those with compromised immune systems.  

  • We do not know how long this crisis will be with us.

  • Hand-washing is among the most important hygiene measures in preventing the spread of infection.

  • Standard recommendations to prevent the spread of infection include: regular hand washing with soap for at least 20 seconds, and covering the mouth and the nose when coughing and sneezing.

  • Cover your mouth and nose if you sneeze or cough by sneezing or coughing into your elbow or the crook of your arm.

  • Avoid unnecessarily touching your nose, mouth and eyes. You can introduce germs and viruses to your body this way.

  • Close contact should be avoided with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.

  • Gloves are not a substitute for handwashing.

  • Hands should be washed before and after significant contact with any patient.

  • Alcohol-based skin disinfectants, designed for use without water, may be used in certain limited circumstances until there is access to hand-washing facilities.

  • If each of us commits to following these practices we can limit the spread of this virus.

  • We must each do our part to keep our families, our community and ourselves safer.

  • If you are sick stay home, wash your hands regularly and stay away from large crowds and gatherings.

  • Many are asking what they should do if you think that they have the symptoms associated with this virus.

  • We now know that most persons who become infected will have a mild illness, and not require a visit to a health care facility.

 

It is important that if you think you are experiencing symptoms and need to visit a clinic or doctor’s office call before you go so as not to put others at risk of becoming infected.

 

Call your doctor’s office or the Ministry of Health’s 24 Hour Hotline at (242) 376 9350 between the hours of 8am and 8pm and (242) 376 9387 between 8pm and 8am.”


Stay safe and well,

Yours sincerely,

Neal Watson II + Crew, Neal Watson's Bimini Scuba Center

 Neal Watson's Bimini Scuba Center 

Located at the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina

Alice Town, North Bimini, The Bahamas

Local (242) 473 8816  I  Toll Free (800) 867 4764

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