ICP stands for International Certificate Pleasure Craft and is an unofficial proof of ownership, which has to be renewed every two years.
This certificate, called - Zeebrief - in Dutch, confirms a seaworthy boat is registered in the official ships registrar of the Netherlands and gives the boat the Dutch nationality.
This certificate confirms a boat, meant to only navigate inland waterways, is registered in the official ships registrar of the Netherlands and gives the boat the Dutch nationality.
Proving that a vessel has been withdrawn from the ships registrar. This certificate is required when submitting an application for registration in the ships registrar of another flag state.
A declaration required to be issued as part of the process of obtaining a Certificate of Registry.
Issued together with the Certificate of Registry, or separately if so required, stating the basic measurements of the vessel.
The licence that appoints a CallSign, MMSI and ATIS identification number to the vessel. The licences requires renewing at the end of each calendar year.