|ICC-1 Application Form|| This part of the form must be completed by all ICC applicants. It can be used to:
If you are an RYA Member you need pages 1 and 2 only.
|ICC-2 Notes: Evidencing identity and eligibility|| Notes on completing the ICC Application form
Check which documents you will need to send copies of together with your ICC application form.
|ICC-3 Notes: Evidencing boating competence|| Notes on completing the ICC Application form
Check which categories will be validated by which certificates, test or assessments.
|ICC Assessment and CEVNI Test||
ICC CEVNI TEST and ICC ASSESSMENT OF COMPETENCE
The ICC application form and supporting documents are updated from time to time - Please ensure you are using the current version of the form as published in the table above. Your application may be rejected by the RYA if it is submitted on an out of date form or on the basis of out of date information.
To apply for an ICC you must be:
If you are applying for your first ICC issued by the RYA or requesting a replacement for a lost ICC you will need:
If you are renewing or updating the details on your ICC you will need:
If your application is successful your ICC will be sent by post to your residential address. Sending the ICC to the address printed on the certificate is part of the RYA’s verification process for the issue of the certificate. The ICC will not be posted to any address other than the one printed on the certificate.
If you are and experienced boater but you don’t have evidence of competence you will need to take an ICC assessment.
You must create or login to your own MyRYA account to apply for an ICC online. The MyRYA account must be specific to the applicant. You cannot use your MyRYA account to apply for an ICC for anyone else including a family member.