1 - Start
2 - Docking & berthing
3 - 360˚ turn in confined space
4 - Securing to a buoy
5 - Man Overboard
6 - Handling under sail
*Please note once you have passed your I.C.C. assessment the RYA fees if you are not a member of the RYA for the licence are £45 (GBP) (processing time around 21 days) and additional £30 (GBP) if you require their fast track service (processing time around 2 days). This licence last for 5 years. It can be renewed directly with the RYA without another assessment being required.
If you complete an I.C.C. asssessment on a sailing vessel or a Day Skipper Practical Course (sail). After apply for an I.C.C. licence from the RYA you will be awarded with the: International Certificate of Competence (I.C.C.) for coastal waters on sailing vessels, and also power driven vessels of up to 10 metres L.O.A.
A maximum of 2 people per day can be assessed for an International Certificate of Competence as a requirement from the RYA.
Entering new harbours in the Mediterranean Sea can create a lot of anxiety for even the most experienced of skippers. In this video, Ian and Neil share some of their must have equipment and techniques.
Ian Treleaven has just completed his 15th consecutive year of cruising in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. He has had many opportunities to fine tune his boat handling in this time and learn from others mistakes.