There is no law saying you cannot travel to your boat, been said a hundred times it is a guildline to allow people to make an informed decision.Phase 1 is a total "crock of sh!t"
I can drive 33 miles to see my 83 year old cousin in Troon and even though we maintain social distancing, there is a risk. I also have the issue of needing a pee.
However, I cannot drive 30 miles to work on my boat which is in Troon even though I will be on my own, I will have zero interaction with others and I will not be using anyones toilets.
In keeping with the Phase I call for using common sense, I for one will be using my common sense and make my own decisions as I need my new (to me) boat made ready for launch so I can get it out of the boatyard.
Rant over, feel better.
I will be going to my boat 60 miles away and have no issues that I amt breaking any rules, my marina is opening and I Am going . after 80 days in the house
It is up to the marina to ensure the laws of social distancing are put into place , and that you follow them.
You are allowed to go to allotments, up a hill, sailing etc, the Government are asking you to be responsible in your distance to travel and give a guildline of 5 miles which allows people to make an informed decision,
If you boat working can be done in isolation go for it