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Old 19 January 2004, 08:41   #31
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My "Advanced" commercial endorsement expires in a couple of months. Does anyone know off hand what I need to do to renew it?

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Old 19 January 2004, 11:54   #32
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Advanced Certificate
Medical (e-mail if you want the form)
1st Aid Certificate
Sea Survival Certificate
VHF - ???
Cheque for 15 with covering letter to RYA
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Old 19 January 2004, 14:01   #33
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To renew a commercial endorsement:
1) medical MCA ML5 ( e mail me if you need a copy) by your GP.
2) Copy of your sea survival certificate.
3) 15.00 to the RYA together with your certificate for a new rubber stamp + 5 years.
The commercial endorsement, as far as I am aware, always expires on the same date as your ML5 Medical.

This link might help:

http://www.rya.org.uk/training/commercial/
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Old 20 January 2004, 18:02   #34
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Endorsement...

I noticed that on the RYA website - you can get your advanced and L2 endorsed with an ML5 and a Sea Survival certificate, but no mention of VHF or First Aid. Bit odd.

Is it a mistake on the website?!?
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Old 21 January 2004, 04:26   #35
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but to be in charge of a vessel under commercial conditions you are required by the mca to hold the vhf and 1st aid certificates!
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Old 21 January 2004, 15:43   #36
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