It comes as last week, all cruise ships to Guernsey had been cancelled until the end of April at the earliest due to the latest coronavirus travel measures. But now the cancellations have been extended until May 11.
President of the company Paul Ludlow said in a statement that it was “not feasible” to return to sailing at this moment in time.
The largest marina facility in the British Isles, Guernsey Harbours said in a previous statement: “Due to the global outbreak of Covid-19, travel restrictions imposed by the States of Guernsey require all persons arriving in the Bailiwick from anywhere else in the world to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.”
Guernsey Harbours has been contacted for further comment.
The island expects that all persons arriving in Guernsey from anywhere in the world must isolate for 14 days on arrival.
This is now a legal requirement that has been imposed by Guernsey’s Medical Officer of Health.
The measures include all travel by any means including private vessels and includes travel between the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey.
Travel advice for the Bailiwick includes, like the UK, no non-essential travel.
An individual planning to leave the island for essential reasons must take into account the fact they will have to self-isolate on their return.
It comes as Guernsey witnessed its first death from the coronavirus this week as the deadly disease spreads across the Channel Islands.
An individual who was known to be 80 years old passed away from covid-19 at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital on March 30.
Guernsey’s Director of Public Health Nicola Brink said in a statement: “I offer my sincere condolences to their family and friends and ask that their privacy is respected at this extremely sad time.”
Three patients at a nursing home in Guernsey have also been confirmed as having coronavirus.
The first death in the Channel Islands was in Jersey on March 25.