Last update of this page on 10.06.2021 at 19:20h
The current entry regulations for the Federal Republic of Germany can be found on the website of the Federal Foreign Office.
Questions and answers on digital entry registration, the obligation to provide proof and entry quarantine can be found here:
On the page "Digital Registration on Entry" you can directly see which requirements apply to you when entering Germany.
Please note that this page only shows the current status. Please check here directly before you enter the country to find out which requirements apply at that time.
Entry application (multilingual):
One negative test per person must be presented for arrival, performed and officially certified in the 48 hours prior to your arrival.
After this test, you must be able to present negative test evidence every additional 72 hours.
Random inspections for compliance with testing regulations may be conducted by the Health Authority on our sites. Violation of testing regulations may result in exclusion from the event.
Test centers can be found here in Travemünde. The Corona rapid tests are usually free of charge. For some test centers, you may need to book an appointment online.
The following applies to the test certificate: The test must have been taken before the start of the journey. The test result must be no more than 48 hours old (applies to rapid antigen tests and PCR tests). Proof of a rapid antigen test can be presented, which was made, for example, in a testing station, in a pharmacy, by a doctor or by appropriately trained personnel in a company. A self-test done at home, for example, is not acceptable. Children under six years of age do not need a test.
Persons from a "high risk area" or a "virus variant area" are not allowed to travel to our pitches.
Segregation (quarantine) is not possible on our campsites.
If you are tested positive or if you show symptoms of an infection, you have to stop your stay with us immediately, drive home with your own vehicle and go into quarantine at home.
Only accredited persons have access.
These are participating persons, caring persons (such as coaches, parents) and persons who have booked a pitch for campers with us.
The access control is done with the help of personalized QR code wristbands, which they receive at registration in the regatta office.
The generally known AHA rules apply.
Please remember to keep a distance of 1.5 to 2 meters from other people.
Masks protect you and others. Please use a mask where the minimum distance cannot be maintained. In some areas, masks are mandatory. Please look for the appropriate signage.
Sneeze and cough into a tissue or the crook of your arm.
Do you have symptoms or feel ill? Please stay away from the event.
Please use the hand sanitizer dispensers provided.