Too busy? Choose a quieter travel time
Since 1 July 2020, all seats in public transport (including on ships) will be used again. The Outbreak Management Team has stated very clearly that this does not mean an additional risk of contamination for passengers and employees. Keeping a distance of 1.5 meters at all time is not possible and therefore wearing a mouth and nose mask is mandatory. Not comfortable traveling on a busy ship? Then choose a departure in the evening (to the island) or early in the morning (from the island) or a departure on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
Employees and passengers respect these rules
In our terminals, on our terrains and on board of the ships, rules apply to prevent the spread of the corona virus. Our employees work according to these rules. We expect our travelers to respect these rules as well. Read them carefully before you travel!
Mouth-nose masks compulsory from 13 years
The curfew has no consequences for the timetable. However, passengers traveling and / or arriving during the curfew must be in possession of a “Self-declaration of curfew” and, when traveling for work, also an “Employer's Declaration of Curfew”. Passengers can be checked on board during the trip or after arrival on the island by police / boas.
Accessibility of the terminals
Our terminals are temporarily only accessible to ferry passengers. Also, fewer passengers than usual are allowed in the terminal, so that travelers can distance themselves from each other. Travel tip: do not arrive too early, keep your waiting time as short as possible and follow the instructions of our employees.
Catering and shop
The Grand Café Promenade and the Parlevinker shop in the terminal in Harlingen are closed, as are the buffets and bars on board. You can, however, go to certain points for sandwiches, coffee and tea. You can read which collection points there are here.
Please note: it is not allowed to eat or drink on board the fast ferry.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding
We ask our travelers to adhere to the guidelines and house rules, just like our employees. By respecting the rules and thus each other's health and well-being, we ensure peace on board and everyone can enjoy a pleasant crossing.
Unfortunately, we cannot transport passengers who do not comply with the applicable rules. We are compelled and required to take action if you violate these.