Footer Text: Lorem ipsum dolor  CEVNI Walcheren Kanaal As the skipper of a vessel, you must ensure that you are aware of any requirement for qualifications before venturing into another country's jurisdiction. The requirement for a certificate of competence varies from country to country. Sometimes they are required for coastal waters, sometimes for inland waters, sometimes for neither and sometimes for both. Although only guaranteed to be accepted in countries that have adopted the relevant UN Resolution, the ICC is a useful document to carry and will generally be accepted where proof of competence is required, presuming you are skippering a UK flagged boat on a short visit abroad. In very general terms an ICC is required for the inland waterways of Europe and for inland and coastal waters of Mediterranean countries. Where an ICC is required for use on inland waterways then a short theory test on the CEVNI rules is also required.If you possess the relevant boat handling skills and theoretical knowledge we can arrange a direct assessment ICC  test. The ICC Direct Assessment is up to one day in duration. The CEVNI test takes approx 30 mins   Contact us for details - 07778 474347 or 01243 543906 e-mail: Railway Bridge over Boudewijnkanaal