Where you can go boating and where not until Dec. 3 in Italy

decreeUntil December 3, those who live in Piedmont, Lombardy, Calabria, and Aosta Valley can say goodbye to their boat. The “anti-Covid” decree that goes into effect on Friday, Nov. 6, prohibits any movement, even within the same territory, except for business reasons. These regions are “red zone,” characterized by a high infection rate.

To give an example: a Milanese who has a boat on the lake cannot go on board, for any reason.

If you are not on the sea you are penalized

It is not so much better for the regions defined by the decree as “orange zone” (Apulia, Sicily) where it is forbidden to move to a municipality other than that of residence, domicile or home. Therefore, the Palermo man who has his boat “under the house” can reach his boat. Those who live in Enna, which is landlocked, for example, cannot reach the coast.

The trap of regions without sea or lakes

Green light for those who have boat and residence in the same region, on the other hand, for the “yellow zones” established by the decree that have outlet to the sea: these are Liguria, Campania, Emilia Romagna, Friuli, Tuscany, Lazio, Basilicata, Molise, Abruzzo, Marche, Sardinia, Sicily, and Veneto.

On the other hand, can those who live in regions that are “yellow zone” but are landlocked reach their boat? It depends. Those who have boats with residency in Trentino, which borders red and orange zones (Lombardy and Veneto) cannot reach their boats until Dec. 3. Those who live in Umbria but have boats in Lazio, Tuscany or Marche (yellow zones) can get there.

Decree, region by region: where you can go boating or not

Here is a region-by-region summary of the situation, except that you cannot leave your region until December 3.


Abruzzo
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Basilicata
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Calabria
(red zone): no, you can’t go by boat under any circumstances


Campania
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Emilia Romagna
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Friuli Venezia Giulia
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Latium
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Liguria
(yellow zone):yes, you can go by boat within the region


Lombardy
(red zone): no, you can’t go by boat under any circumstances


Marche
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Molise
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Piedmont
(red zone): no, you can’t go by boat under any circumstances


Autonomous Province of Bolzano
(yellow zone): yes, you can go boating within the region


Autonomous Province of Trento
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Apulia
(orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence


Sardinia
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Sicily
(orange zone): yes, you can go boating but only if it is in your municipality of residence


Tuscany
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Umbria
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region


Aosta Valley
(red zone):no, you can’t go boating under any circumstances


Veneto
(yellow zone): yes, you can go by boat within the region

News being updated subject to change. Last updated 05/11 at 8:00 a.m.


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