Going International



Yep, we get it. One of the best things about owning a yacht is that you can cast off and make your own way overseas. You can charter a yacht, and spend a week cruising some of the most spectacular locations in the world. An awesome view awaits you as soon as you step outside, and your own swiming pool off the stern.

The classic image of a yacht at anchor in a secluded bay off a small island.

Imagine crusing the inland waterways of the UK and Europe, where you can just pull up at a canal side cafe and order a bottle of wine.

Sounds amazing doesn't it, but I am sure you realise that in most of these places they just wont let you charter a boat and go off alone. In many cases, if you don't have the right qualifications, you will have to take a skipper with you.While this can be great fun, it can also be intruisive if you hadn't planned on extra company.

International Certificate of Competency

The International Certificate of Competence (ICC) is a test of competence that provides the student with an internationally recognised qualification. The ICC, or higher certification, is required particularly in Europe, where governments are increasingly looking for recognised certificates to confirm the student reaches an internationally agreed level of competence.

The CEVNI Test

The CEVNI test is your certificate to navigate the inland waterways of Europe.

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