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Adriatic Nautical Academy - ANA Sailing School and RYA Training Center > RYA Sailing > ICC Certificate > ICC One Day Assessment – Get Your Certificate in Croatia.

ICC One Day Assessment – Get Your Certificate in Croatia.

  • 5 hours
  • Max People : 5
  • Min Age : 18+
  • Murter, Croatia

What is the ICC One Day Assessment?

The ICC One Day Assessment (full title International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft) is a certificate which is intended to provide evidence of competence when requested by officials in foreign countries. It is sometimes known as the International Certificate of Competence.

It is issued under the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Inland Transport Committee Working Party on Inland Water Transport Resolution 40. This resolution details how and to whom the ICC may be issued, the syllabus requirements, the layout of the certificate and it also lists the countries which have notified the UNECE Secretariat that they have accepted the resolution.

The UK Government has accepted Resolution 40 and has authorised the RYA to issue the ICC on its behalf. Therefore, besides other ways, UK ICC can be obtained from the RYA after an one day assessment of competence at any RYA recognized Training Centre.

The RYA is authorised by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) to issue a UK ICC to the nationals of any country EXCEPT a person who is:

  • a national of another UNECE member state which has accepted Resolution 40; AND
  • resident in another UNECE member state which has accepted Resolution 40,

unless the RYA has been given written permission to do so by the Government of the relevant country.


Syllabus for the ICC assessment of competence:

  • Short passage
  • Departing a pontoon
  • Communication with crew
  • Use of springs
  • Fender positioning
  • Man over board
  • Man over board (MOB) procedures
  • Correct direction and speed of approach
  • Contact with MOB
  • Alongside skills
  • Communication with crew
  • Awareness of other water users
  • Use of warps/fenders
  • Correct angle and speed of approach
  • Securing boat to pontoon
  • 360 degree turn
  • Securing to a buoy
  • Communication with crew
  • Preparing warp
  • Correct angle and speed of approach
  • Securing the boat effectively
  • Departing from the buoy safely
  • Handling under sail
  • Choosing suitable sails for prevailing conditions
  • Choosing a suitable area for hoisting/lowering sails
  • Trimming sails correctly
  • Communicating with crew before undertaking any manoeuvres
  • Undertaking a check of the area before tacking and gybing

Power manoeuvres:

  • Awareness for other water users
  • Choosing a suitable area to carry out manoeuvres
  • Carrying out an emergency stop
  • Able to control speed on turns and warning crew before starting and executing emergency turns

Theory test:

  • Regulations
  • Able to recognise a potential collision situation
  • Able to recognise action to take as “stand on” and “give way” vessel
  • Able to determine a safe speed
  • Able to recognise manoeuvring signals
  • Able to recognise and make visual distress signals
  • Able to keep a proper lookout

Regulations and Pilotage:

  • Able to understand requirements for navigation lights and ships
  • Able to recognise sound signals
  • Able to recognise the following from the lights – vessel at anchor, power driven vessel and sailing vessel
  • Able to recognise, by day and night, and understand the significance of buoys of the IALA system
  • Able to plan a harbour entry/departure, taking in to account possible hazards
  • Aware of the sources of information regarding local regulations, port entry and departure signals and Port
  • Operations radio


  • Able to plot a position by cross bearings and by Latitude and Longitude
  • Able to interpret a navigational chart and understand charted depths, drying heights and charted hazards
  • Able to use a tide table to find times and heights of high and low water
  • Able to determine direction and rate of tidal stream from a tidal atlas or from tidal diamonds
  • Able to determine magnetic course to steer, making allowances for leeway and tidal stream


 A.N.A., Obala sv.Ivana bb, Jezera, island of Murter


5 hours

START: 9:00 am

END: 2:00 pm

Assessment takes place at ANA Sail centre and on our boat. Own boat assessment is also available upon request.

You will need to bring a passport sized photo.



Also available upon the request. Please contact us.

Approximate price per person 335 EUR.

Please, use the booking system above to get the exact price.


  • Boat
  • Instructor and assessment
  • Necessary equipment and accessories
  • VAT


  • Postage to send the Application form to the RYA

Certificate issuing fee – payable directly to the RYA:

  • Existing RYA members can get their ICC certificate issued by the RYA for free
  • For non RYA members the cost for the issue of the ICC certificate by the RYA is £45

Rates apply to accommodation in double cabins. The upgrade for the use of a single cabin is 40% of the listed price.