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TOPIC: Dutch Community Inland Navigation Certificate renewal

Dutch Community Inland Navigation Certificate renewal 29 Apr 2020 12:43 #115611

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Some feedback. Spoke to Register Holland and this is what they have done for me. "I have spoken with Mr. Van Dijk (director Register Holland). He told me that you don’t have to worry. We will place your vessel on our list of vessels who are going to be in trouble with their certificate, by the Corono virus. As soon as everything returns to normal, we will contact you to make new arrangements. "
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Dutch Community Inland Navigation Certificate renewal 26 Apr 2020 01:39 #115565

I suggest you contact the NBKB ( issuers of the Certificate) for assistance.
We visited the office in Rotterdam and they were of great assistance ( after we had done the chat over the essential introductory coffee).
Their English is perfect. Maybe email them and suggest a phone link up as the phone is so much more personal and discussions can be easier.

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Dutch Community Inland Navigation Certificate renewal 25 Apr 2020 09:04 #115554

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Sojourn (Dutch registered) was supposed to come out the water in June for the hull to be inspected and the Community Inland Navigation Certificate to be renewed. We traveled last year down to the south of France and arranged with Serge for Sojourn to come out the water and with Register Holland to do the survey. However, the borders are not going to be opened soon, both Schengen and South African, so the June inspection will not be happening. My gut feel is the soonest will be August and September. So I am trying to do a bit of planning, as everyone else's dates have also shifted.

I heard, today, that the French ministry of transport has added one year validity to the French certificates.

Does anyone know if the Dutch have done the same?

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