Crew Requirements

All crew arriving October 25 2022 onwards will no longer require a pre-travel test, arrival test nor a day 4 test.


Effective November 14, 2022:

Effective November 14 2022, travel authorizations will no longer be required to enter Bermuda. Visitors travelling to Bermuda from November 14 onwards do not need to apply for a travel authorization. In its place, the Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA) will reinstate the Bermuda Arrival Card, a digital form for visitors only, which was in place before the onset of the pandemic.


 The online visitor arrivals process can be completed in three easy steps.


  1. Go to


  2. Complete the form accurately and completely with visitor details


  3. Download the form and present it to immigration officials for inspection


There is no approval process, no fee, and once the required fields have been completed, the form is available as a downloadable link or by email. All non-residents who travel to Bermuda as of November 14 must complete the Bermuda Arrival Card even if they have previously completed a travel authorisation form. Hard copy ‘Pink Forms’ will be available for non-resident travellers who have not completed the digital Bermuda Arrival Card. There is no need to accept a ‘Pink Form’ if you have completed the digital form.  

Effective October 25, 2022

Travel Requirements for: Working Crew Arriving by Air or Sea

All working crew arriving by air or sea must complete a Travel Authorisation attaching their vaccination status. This includes cruise ship crew and cargo crew, with the following exceptions:

The following cargo ship, cruise ship, commercial aircraft and non-resident air ambulance crew are exempt from the requirements of the Quarantine Order if:

they are staying in Bermuda less than 24 hours, or,

they are commercial crew doing a sea to air transfer.

All Other Working Crew

Pleasure Craft/Super Yacht Crew Transfers Air to Sea, please complete a Visitor Traveller Authorisation by clicking here.

Pleasure Craft/Super Yacht Crew Transfers Sea to Air, please complete a Mariner Traveller Authorisation by clicking here.

Vaccinated Working Crew and Vaccinated “Dead Head” Crew staying in Bermuda more than 24 hours:

Complete a Crew Travel Authorisation by clicking the “Apply for Travel Authorisation” button below.

Upload proof of full vaccination. Click here for Bermuda’s definition of a fully vaccinated traveller.

Unvaccinated Working and unvaccinated “Dead Head” Crew:

Upload proof of health insurance.

Cruise ship Crew and Cargo Crew

It is recommended that crew be fully vaccinated to travel to Bermuda. If they are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated proof of travel health insurance is required. Click  here for the requirements for valid proof of travel health insurance

All crew must have an approved Travel Authorisation to disembark the cruise ship in Bermuda.

Complete a Crew Travel Authorisation by clicking the “Apply for Travel Authorisation” button below.

Crew member and or cruise line administration will upload each crew member’s vaccination card during the Travel Authorisation application process.

Instructions for Your Travel Authorisation Application:

Step 1: Up to one month prior to your trip to Bermuda, you may begin your travel authorisation application form by click the “Apply for Travel Authorisation” button at the bottom of this page.

Step 2: Complete the application form and upload proof of vaccination.

Step 3: Complete and submit your Travel Authorisation application. Before submitting your application, please verify that the email address entered on your application form is correct.

Step 4: Once submitted, your application will be reviewed by the Quarantine Authority.

If approved, the Quarantine Authority will email your approved Travel Authorisation. All travellers must have an electronic or paper copy of the Travel Authorisation to travel. If you do not receive your Travel Authorisation email, check your junk/spam folder to make sure the Travel Authorisation is not there.

For any queries, contact Bermuda's COVID hotline on the Toll-Free Number (1-833-570-2594) or via email at

For any queries, contact Bermuda's COVID hotline at +1 (441) 444-2498 or on Toll Free Number (1-833-570-2594) or via email at