The fundamental question of whether the tourism easing the Danish entry conditions from June 15th also apply to water sports enthusiasts, seems to have been resolved: At the request of the cruiser department of the DSV at the Danish embassy in Berlin and the Danish border police, it was confirmed that sailing crews, regardless of whether they are chartered or owned, will be allowed to sail across the border from June 15. The prerequisite for this is, in analogy to the tourism determination, that bookings confirmed in writing for six nights in Danish ports can be presented! However, the trip may not go to the Copenhagen region, which will remain closed for the time being.
In general, crews who a contract with a Danish charter company for a trip starting June 15, which lasts at least six days. The relevant contract must be presented at the border as a reason for entry. At the request of the YACHT, this was confirmed by the owners of the Danish charter company Jim Søferie in Kerteminde. Here, too, the trip may not go to Copenhagen.
It is also allowed to travel through Denmark as a transit to travel if you are planning a vacation in Sweden, Norway or another country north of Denmark - but only as a transit, no overnight stays or stops are allowed! It is unclear whether and how this has to be proven in writing.
Transit through Denmark for the purpose of going on holiday outside Denmark, for example persons permanently resident in Germany who want to transit through Denmark for the purpose of going on holiday in Sweden or elsewhere in Germany, such as on Sylt, are deemed to have worthy purpose of entry
It can be assumed that this also applies to a transit by boat, so anyone who sails through to Sweden seems to be safe.
Even German owners with permanent berths in Denmark will be allowed back into the country without restrictions from the 15th, as the newspaper "der Nordschleswiger" reports: A German sailor who has a permanent berth in Denmark and the information number of the Danish police called (see below) received the information that he should be allowed from June 15. enter!