Originally Posted by Hightower
What do you need for an ICC? I thought a PBII would be sufficient to apply to the RYA for one?
Yep, that's correct. Form is available here for an ICC - http://www.rya.org.uk/NR/rdonlyres/C.../0/ICCForm.pdf
The ICC is free to RYA members, or costs £39 if not a member. However, it is cheaper to become an RYA member, especially if you pay by direct debit and or have a £5 off voucher (which you get with most certificates), so your best bet is to enclose a membership application and then cancel after one year, if you are not already a member.
If you don't have a Powerboat Level 2, and don't wish to get one, most schools will do an ICC test for you, often aboard your own boat, which lasts a few hours.