Boarding and crossing

To enter Fortune via the FERRIES

  • All passengers must fill in the ArriveCAN app in the three days before departure ; (paper format mandatory);
  • Travellers are authorized to enter or go back to Canada if they are considered fully vaccinated and must present their vaccination certificate (paper format mandatory);

In order to be consider fully vaccinated, you must:

·         Have received at least 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine accepted for travels, a mix of two vaccines is allowed

o    or at least one dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine

·         Have received the second dose at least 14 civil days before your entry to Canada

o    For example, if you received your last shot at any time on Thursday, July 1st, Thursday, July 15th would be the first day on which you would respect this 14-days condition.

  • Not show any sign ou symptom of COVID-19

Starting April 25th 2022, at 12:01AM (Eastern Time):

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children from age 5 to 12 will not have to show the results of a negative test done before departure, if they accompany a fully vaccinated adult.

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children from age 5 to 12 will have to show the results of a negative PCR test done less than 72h before departure or an antigenic test done less than 24h before departure, if they accompany an unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adult.

Children under 5 do not need to do a COVID-19 test, no matter their vaccination status.

For travellers above 12 years old, unvaccinated or partially vaccinated :

– Obligation to have a compeling reason excluding tourism, leisure or entertainment

– COVID-19 test before entry to Canada are still mandatory (PCR test done less than 72h or antigenic test done less than 24h before departure)

– Obligation to isolate for 14 days after arrival.

Consult the Canadian Government website to find all the updated information :

https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid

SPM Ferries cannot be held accountable for the information provided as an indication.

 

To enter Saint-Pierre and Miquelon via the FERRIES

Entry requirements for air travels and sea travels via a passenger ship (travels between Saint-Pierre/Miquelon and Fortune on the ferries) are similar.

  • For passengers under 12 years old : no vaccination proofs required
  • For passengers between 12 and 18 years old : 2 vaccine shots required

(paper format mandatory)

  • For passengers above 18 years old : a complete vaccination schedule

 (paper format mandatory for vaccines / proof of COVID-19 contamination)

 

Complete Vaccination Schedule :

– Vaccins Moderna, Pfizer, et AstraZeneca:

– 3 vaccine doses (2 doses + 1 booster shot if the second shot was done more than 9 month before departure)

– 2 vaccine doses if the second shot was done less than 9 months before travel

– OR for people contaminated by COVID-19: 1 vaccine dose + proof of COVID-19 contamination

WARNING : the vaccine is valid 7 days after injection

 

 Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travellers :

·         Must have a compeling motive to enter Saint-Pierre or Miquelon

 List of compeling motives – format : PDF

·         Will have to isolate for 7 days

·         Will have to do a PCR Test at D+7

 

Consult the Préfecture of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon website, to find all the updated information :

http://www.saint-pierre-et-miquelon.gouv.fr/index.php/Publications/Coronavirus-Covid-19/Voyages

SPM Ferries cannot be held accountable for the information provided as an indication.

 

 

You can make an appointment for a PCR test in Newfoundland by logging on to: https://portal.healthmyself.net/nlcovidtest/forms/68ww

In Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, you have the possibility to make an appointment:

For PCR test:

  • At the Francois Dunan Hospital – Covid Hall (accessible from the door on the right of the Emergency Department) by appointment on the website ch-fdunan.fr or by calling the 05 08 55 14 17. Appointments are available as such:
    • Monday to Friday – 8:30AM to 10:00AM
    • On Saturdays – 4:00PM to 5:00PM
    • On Sundays – 10:00AM to 12:00PM
  • At the Miquelon Medical Center by appointment by calling the 05 08 41 04 00

For antigenic tests:

  • At the Dipito pharmacy by calling the 05 08 41 28 02
  • At the Francois Dunan Hospital – Covid Hall by appointment on the website ch-fdunan.fr or by calling the 05 08 55 14 17 at the times indicated above.
  • At the Miquelon Medical Center by appointment by calling the 05 08 41 04 00

 

Boarding the ship as a pedestrian passenger

  • Pre-boarding and boarding

In Saint-Pierre and Fortune, in order to facilitate boarding and limit waiting time, we invite you to arrive at the ferry terminal 1 hours before departure to check your health and travel documents.

 

In Saint-Pierre :

  • Presentation of your vaccination record (paper format)

The travel documents check:

  • Your travel ticket
  • Your passport or other identity documents
  • If necessary, the authorization to leave the country for minors not accompanied by a parent
  • You ArriveCAN receipt (paper format)

In Fortune :

  • Presentation of your vaccination record (paper format)

The travel documents check:

  • Your travel ticket
  • Your passport or other identity documents

 

  • Disembarkation

In Saint-Pierre and Fortune, it is important to follow the crew’s instructions.

Pedestrian passengers leave the ship after the disembarkation of vehicles.

On the instructions of the control authorities, passengers leave the ship in groups of 20 people;

In order to facilitate the supervision, it is important to have your documents ready and correctly filled out.

 

 

Langlade : your comfort and safety are our priority!

Boarding at Langlade
Back on board to the Jeune France

In Saint-Pierre, passengers are requested to arrive 30 minutes before departure on the Léonce Dupont quay.
In Langlade, passengers must validate their tickets at the ticket office before arriving on the warf 45 minutes before departure.

We would like to remind you that there is no warf at Langlade. The disembarkation of the ship “Le Jeune France” is done with a zodiac. It is therefore more difficult for people with reduced mobility to travel in comfortable and safe conditions.