Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

The Ultimate Cruisers' Planning Tool

Navigation

You are here: Home / News

News

By Administrator last modified Sep 17, 2012 07:46 AM

Cruising Europe: EU scraps mobile roaming charges (26 Apr 2017)

Cruising Europe: EU scraps mobile roaming charges

Read full story at https://www.rt.com/business/386091-eu-abolish-mobile-roaming-charges/ After months of discussions, the European Parliament and Commission will sign the bill in May. ... (Read more)

UK RYA: What will Brexit mean for Boating? (06 Apr 2017)

UK RYA: What will Brexit mean for Boating?

Royal Assent was given to the Brexit Bill on 16 March 2017, with Prime Minister Theresa May triggering Article 50 ... (Read more)

Cruising Europe: ICC Course Now Available to All (A Clarification) (28 Nov 2016)

Cruising Europe: ICC Course Now Available to All (A Clarification)

Update November 2016: The issuing of ICCs is still restricted as per the paragraph below. Currently, no organisation can issue ... (Read more)

EU: Move to end 'visa' limits to non-EU sailors (07 Apr 2014)

EU: Move to end 'visa' limits to non-EU sailors

As reported by Yachting Monthly Magazine . Currently non-EU nationals are not allowed to remain in the EU for more ... (Read more)

Schengen Visas: Some Welcome Changes to the Short-Stay Rules (18 Mar 2014)

Schengen Visas: Some Welcome Changes to the Short-Stay Rules

A clearer definition of short stay of non-EU citizens in the Schengen area ("90 days in any 180 days period") ... (Read more)

Some Good News Regarding the International Certificate of Competence (07 Mar 2012)

Report Icon

The Royal Yachting Association in the U.K. (the RYA) can now also issue an ICC to non U.K. citizens/residents. This ... (Read more)

ICC now available to NZ Citizens (10 Mar 2011)

Report Icon

Posted 7th March 2011 The International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft (known as an ICC) is now available to ... (Read more)

Changes to EU Common Fisheries Policy May Affect Recreational Anglers (30 Jan 2009)

Report Icon

British sailors and sea anglers are working together to oppose changes to EU law which could have a big impact ... (Read more)