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Old 26 March 2008, 17:49   #11
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Do you CEVNI for Inland?

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Yes, CEVNI needed for inland - but as you said earlier, it's not very onerous
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Old 26 March 2008, 18:12   #12
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we offer Bare boat charter for our 6.0m rib, we can also offer you an RYA level 2 course with ICC if required, this will put you in good stead if you charter in Europe. If you have been boating for a few seasons this can be done as a direct assessment.

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I tried to hire a rib in france using my level 2 icc, he looked as if he had never seen one before and didnt have a clue what it was. He would only accept a french qualification.

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And at the other end of the scale I managed to hire a 4.8m with a 40 on the transom for a day in Italy and the guy didn't even want to look at my certificate!

I guess it just depends on the hirer.
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It's not an international boat drivers licence
I think you will find that it is in fact an international boat drivers license.
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[QUOTE=9D280;243294] And at the other end of the scale I managed to hire a 4.8m with a 40 on the transom for a day in Italy and the guy didn't even want to look at my certificate!

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I tried to hire a rib in france using my level 2 icc, he looked as if he had never seen one before and didnt have a clue what it was. He would only accept a french qualification.

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Just shout at him slowly and loudly in English
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Might be worth getting an ICC from the RYA for next time. Pretty easy to do on line now I think. They just need money and a passport photo. (and Lev2!)
This was an ICC from the RYA with a photograph and the description in several languages!

I am not sure who else does an ICC that we might be talking about.

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Sorry if I wasn't clear Nik. I was responding to the previous post in this thread and my note was simply pointing out that it is only the RYA that issues ICCs for British residents. Other countries have agencies that issue ICCs for their own residents.

It doesn't help your situation. I know that you have a proper ICC issued by the RYA and that it wasn't recognised in France. That doesn't surprise me, and they are entitled to insist on their own qualification if they choose.

ICC (whichever country issued it) just confirms that you have been assessed to a standard level which may be equivalent to the host countries own qualification, but it may not be accepted in countries that have not implemented Resolution no. 40 of the Working Party on Inland Water Transport United Nations Economic Commission for Europe ... such as France
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