ASA is proud to offer the first International Certificate of Competence, also known the International Proficiency Certificate, for sailors available in the United States. This ICC certificate is mandatory when chartering in most European / Mediterranean waters. It serves as proof of bareboat charter competency for Mediterranean chartering companies, many of whom require the proficiency information displayed in a different format than the ASA Log Book.
Is an ICC required for chartering? If so, where?
ASA strongly recommends you apply for an International Certificate of Competence if you are chartering in the Mediterranean as well as the inland waterways of Europe and northern Europe. Most charter companies accept this certificate as adequate proof of bareboat skipper proficiency including Kiriakoulis Charters which has 300+ locations in the Mediterranean. As countries differ in their requirements, travelers should always check with their destination prior to attempting to charter.
Who can get an International Certificate of Competence?
Only ASA members who have completed through ASA 104, Bareboat Cruising, are eligible to order the ICC certificate. One must be a current member of ASA to be issued the certificate.
How do I get an ICC?
If you have any other questions regarding the ICC certificate, please contact us.