As the world slowly emerges from Covid-19 the UIM post guidelines for holding events

As the world takes baby steps to slowly emerge from the Covid-19 Pandemic the UIM post a set of guidelines for organizations moving forward in 2021 and beyond.

These Guidelines cover all general aspects to be considered when staging a Powerboating Event.
The document has been drawn up in generic terms and is based on the following assumptions:
• Cross-border travels by land, air and sea between countries are authorized;
• The staging of motor sport events is permitted;
• The Countries hosting international powerboating Events have no particular immigration restrictions and/or
requirements (quarantine, compulsory COVID-19 tests, etc.) nor import prohibition for goods and materials
used in powerboat racing;
• The relevant National Powerboat Authority has prepared a COVID-19 specific Protocol to be applied by
Organizers of powerboating events;
• The relevant National Powerboat Authority has the possibility, in cooperation with local Authorities and Local
Organizing Committees, to monitor and control the correct application of the provisions of such COVID-19
specific Protocol;
In the absence of such COVID-19 specific Protocol, the UIM may, upon request by the host NA, supervise the
preparation of such Protocol for a given international powerboating event by the relevant National Powerboat
Authority and/or the Local Organizing Committee, to be implemented for the proper delivery of said event. In
this case, a period of not less than 45 days is required for the preparation of such Protocol, together with
supporting documents;

Full document can be seen here

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