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Old 20 September 2014, 14:57   #1
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Moving to UK...

Hi everybody !

I plan to move to uk.

What are the rules and other things to take into account if I want to keep my PRO 12 and to sail in UK ?

Thanks
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Old 20 September 2014, 15:29   #2
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The UK is fantastic*. You can use your Pro 12 with no license, no training, no insurance, no lifejackets, no killcord, no auxiliary, no flares and no clue. Lots do.

Enjoy!

* and still includes the rugged haggisy bits to the North ;-)
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You can but an ICC and insurance goes along way to opening up launch sites, which bit of the uk?
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You can but an ICC and insurance goes along way to opening up launch sites, which bit of the uk?
Which launch sites require an ICC or ANY other qualifications?
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Old 20 September 2014, 16:02   #5
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* and still includes the rugged haggisy bits to the North ;-)
Only until we've had the referendum to bin 'em off.
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Only until we've had the referendum to bin 'em off.

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Old 20 September 2014, 16:29   #7
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Well an ICC/RYA is required by a lot of club slips and some councils Gwynedd can be quite picky requiring registration and proof of insurance to launch
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Well an ICC/RYA is required by a lot of club slips and some councils Gwynedd can be quite picky requiring registration and proof of insurance to launch
You don't need ICC or PB2 to launch on council slips in N.Wales but you do need insurance and if you hold PB2 it can be cheaper for your policy but its not essential.
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Well an ICC/RYA is required by a lot of club slips and some councils Gwynedd can be quite picky requiring registration and proof of insurance to launch
I've no experience in practise but their website implies:

(1) You need £3M insurance to use slipways etc.

(2) To "operate" a powerboat (or PWC) within their harbour areas you need to be EITHER 18yrs old OR > 15 yrs old and hold RYA cert (or > 12yrs old, with RYA cert and under direct adult supervision).
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