Several French and Moroccans living in France found themselves stranded in Morocco, after the government’s decision to suspend its air links with France because of the epidemiological situation prevailing in this European country which is facing new variants of the coronavirus. In this sense, the Embassy of France in Morocco has announced that a sea crossing between Tanger-Med and Marseille on April 10.
On its Facebook page, the French diplomatic mission thus announced that a form has been set up for people wishing to reach France by sea link on April 10, 2021, with the need ” to fulfill the conditions for entry into French territory (available on the website of the Ministry of the Interior) ”.
Subject to obtaining the agreement of the Moroccan authorities, a crossing can be made on a ferry from the company ” La Méridionale “ on Saturday April 10, 2021, again indicates the French Embassy in Rabat, specifying that the departure will be from Tanger Med at the end of the day (the exact time will be specified later), for an arrival in Marseille on Monday April 12, 2021 at morning.
Thus, one registration is required per vehicle and per person, continues the same source, noting that any registration made outside this form or with incorrect information cannot be taken into account.
To conclude, the Embassy of France indicates that this form ” only lists the wishes of people wishing to take this route. If the link is open, the people who have registered on the list will be called by the shipping company to purchase tickets ”.