A Skipper’s Licence  Category C is issued to a person to operate a licensed Pleasure Craft (commercial and/or private) at a distance not exceeding 12 nautical miles from the shore of main land of Mauritius and its outer islands & Rodrigues, for all types of activities 

A Skipper’s Licence  Category B is issued to a person to operate a licensed Pleasure Craft (commercial and/or private) at a distance not exceeding 24 nautical miles from the shore of main land of Mauritius and its outer islands & Rodrigues, for all types of activities.

The Skipper’s Licence or a copy thereof shall always be in possession of the holder when operating a pleasure craft in a navigational area and shall be produced whenever requested by any authorised officer.

 

Checklist for application for a Skipper’s Licence (Click on links below to download)

 

 

Fees applicable for Skipper’s Licence

[Note: The authorised limit of navigation from the coast of mainland Mauritius, its outer islands and Rodrigues had been extended from eight (8) nautical miles to twelve (12) nautical miles. All previous Skipper’s Licences which were issued for 8 nautical miles would be replaced by new licence (up to 12 nautical miles) against payment of a fee of Rs.200]

The Code de La Mer (Category C-Skipper Licence (navigation up to 12 Nautical Miles)

The booklet “Code de La Mer” is available in 3 versions (click here to download)

The revised syllabus contains some subjects which are not covered in the 'Code de La Mer' booklet.  Candidates are requested to refer to notes available from other sources.

 

Training for Category C-Skipper Licence (navigation up to 12 Nautical Miles)

In case applicants choose to undergo the examinations in creole, they have the option to attend a ten (10) days training course (including 2-days practical on First Aid & Life raft deployement and Fire Safety). The training is followed by an oral examination. The fee applicable per participant is:

No training is available for Examinations in English and French languages at present.  However It is compulsory for all candidates taking part in English, French, Creole examinations to attend the 2-days practical sessions on First Aid & Life raft deployement and Fire Safety.  A fee of Rs. 500 would be chargeable.


Important Note:

 

Syllabus & Examinations Details 

Please click on the following link:

 

1  Category C-Skipper Licence (navigation up to 12 Nautical Miles)

2  Category B-Skipper Licence (navigation up to 24 Nautical Miles)

 

Instructions to Candidates

1. Creole Examinations 

2. English Examinations

3. French Examinations

 

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