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Old 05 September 2005, 09:09   #1
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Holiday with the rib

We have a 4m rib which we would like to take on holiday with us next year.
We like to go Continental but not too far when towing. Has anybody any suggestions of places to go where there are good launching or mooring possibilities. West coast of France or inland lakes would be of interest.
Any ideas or experiences greatly appreciated.
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Old 05 September 2005, 10:44   #2
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Remember to get your ICC and CEVNI first and also to take your boats papers with you.
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Old 06 September 2005, 06:44   #3
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Initials ??

ICC ? CEVNI ?
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Old 06 September 2005, 06:46   #4
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Have a look here Yuley. You can get your ICC by doing the RYA Powerboat Level 2 course and then sending a photo and some dosh to the RYA (but it's cheaper to join the RYA - then you get the ICC free!). You can buy a book (The RYA Book of EuroRegs for Inland Waterways by Marian Martin) to learn all you need to know for the CEVNI test, which is a short multiple choice test which you can take during your PB2 if you let your instructor know in advance. CEVNI is only needed if you will be using the inland waterways of the continent. HTH!
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Old 06 September 2005, 13:13   #6
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Your trailer will need an induvidual chassis number which needs to be displayed on a plate. If your trailer is newish then it will probably already have one. If not you can buy one from the DVLA.
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