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A skipper’s licence is a proof that the person in charge of the boat is capable of sailing it and has the knowledge required for tourist navigation, sailing safety, elementary engine mechanics, meteorology, fire protection and also has a radio operator’s certificate for the boat’s VHF set.
No matter how experienced you are in handling a boat, you will feel safer if emergency numbers are to hand, so that you can phone in case of danger or if you need assistance.
No prefix is required for these numbers:
112 Public Emergency Centre
193 Fire Department
195 Sea search and rescue VHF Channel 16
18981 General information
11888 information of local and long-distance phone numbers
11802 Information of international phone numbers
MAYDAY is used when a boat is in danger and seeks urgent assistance.
PAN PAN is used to indicate that an urgent message must be sent regarding the safety of the crew or the vessel.
SECURITE is a warning signal indicating that a coastal or radio station is about to emit a message regarding meteorological or navigational warnings.