An updated offline search for a neutrino counterpart to gravitational-wave events detected
during the second observing run of advanced-LIGO and Virgo (adv-LIGO/Virgo) has been performed with the
ANTARES data. The results of this study looking for a prompt neutrino emission within $\pm$500s around the time of the GW alerts are presented.
Meanwhile, the adv-LIGO/Virgo detectors started taking data again on April 2019 for a new scientific run (O3) with enhanced sensitivities. The ANTARES collaboration is actively participating in the follow-up of the gravitational wave public alerts. Preliminary results of the offline follow-up will be discussed
for the most relevant gravitational-wave events which are believed to be potential candidates
for neutrino emission.