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Old 26 August 2011, 16:14   #31
Country: Switzerland
Town: Geneva
Make: Zodiac
Length: 4m +
Engine: outboard 70hp
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 3
Originally Posted by kerny View Post
On my ICC license it states,

For Use on the Following Pleasure Craft:

Power up to 10m Yes

Power 10m and over No

On my P.B. 2 certificate there is no mention of craft size.

But to obtain a ICC license a P.B.2 cert is the minimum requirement. I think.

Indeed, I stand corrected - just checked!

As above, exactly how it is.

The PB2 states only "coastal" in "planing" craft, not the craft length - just doing too much reading and confused the certificates / conditions etc. etc.

Although it's not a licence per se, I'm led to believe that without one or the other (ICC preferred), I'd be at a disadvantage for insurance and if there were issues of any sort, the Portuguese authorities/coast guard may take a dim view of not have any kind of "qualification" ...


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