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The ICC, commonly known as the International Certificate of Competency, but to give it its full name the International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft, is a certificate that is designed to prove competency when boating abroad, the most important thing to pack as its a a necessity when chartering a boat, either a power boat or sailing boat.

 

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY – POWERBOAT

The Irish Sailing National Powerboat Certificate qualifies you to make an application for an International Certificate of Competency for power-boating abroad. The aim of the ICC is to provide boat owners and people wishing to charter boats abroad, with an internationally recognised document certifying their competence to skipper a boat for recreational use.

However, you should always discuss your ICC certification and its acceptability with the charter company at the time you are agreeing a charter. You can find information about the ICC (International Certificate of Competency) and full application process at this link: https://www.sailing.ie/Training/Courses/ICC-for-Boating-Abroad

You can pay online through the Irish Sailing shop here: https://www.sailing.ie/Shop/catid/3102/international-certificate-of-competency

If you have any further queries please contact Malahide Yacht Club’s Adult Training Oficer colm.wynne@gmail.com or directly with reception@sailing.ie

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY – SAIL

The aim of the ICC is to provide boat owners and people wishing to charter boats with an internationally recognised document certifying their competence to skipper a boat for recreational use. In Ireland the Irish Sailing Association are the issuing authority for ICCs.

For full info: https://www.sailing.ie/Training/Courses/ICC-for-Boating-Abroad

The Course typically involves and average of 3 evenings and a day for the practical assessment. Course dates will be arranged in line with demand and course costs similarly! A boat can be provided for the assessment at an additional cost. If you are interested please mail colm.wynne@gmail.com

 

The Practical Assessment includes: The Theory Assessment includes:
  • Preparation of a yacht for sea,
  • Weather,
  • Basic Engine Checks,
  • Leaving and returning to a pontoon/ mooring,
  • Maneuvering in a tight space and man overboard.
  • Day Shapes, Night Lights,
  • Sound Signals,
  • International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea,
  • Buoyage, Navigation and Chart-work,
  • including:  Plot a fix, Calculate Course to Steer,
  • Read Latitude, Longitude and bearings,
  • Measure distance.

 

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