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    Default CEVNI for Paris?

    Whilst I'm in posting mood - I'm thinking of planning a trip to Paris before long and was wondering if I need to add a CEVNI endorsement to my ICC to do this trip?
    Is this the real thing, or is it just fantasy?

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    Default Re: CEVNI for Paris?

    yes you would, as it involves using the french inland waterways
    Half a dinari for an old ex-boater

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    Default Re: CEVNI for Paris?

    Most definitely. Make sure you have all your other paperwork up to date when you buy the river licence at Rouen. Very French ie friendly but love paperwork. Also found it was all double checked again at 1st lock. This was May 2006. Great trip/adventure.

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    Default Re: CEVNI for Paris?

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    This was May 2006. Great trip/adventure.

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    OK now you've whetted our various appetites, where's the story and the pics please ???

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    Default Re: CEVNI for Paris?

    Thanks for the info - I'd better start swotting!!
    Is this the real thing, or is it just fantasy?

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    Default Re: CEVNI for Paris?

    Actually you can go as far as Rouen without the CEVNI. Then you need to have one. You will also need a vignette from Rouen onwards - sort of boat licence. The French issue it on a daily, monthly annual basis.... Have a quick look on my web site for the details.. Thre is also a link to an interactive CEVNI course somewhere on there.

    Lots of fun and the Arsenal is an excellent marina right in the centre of Paris.

    The trip actually through the centre of Paris using the traffic lights controlled 'one way' system is magic as well..

    Michael
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