CEVNI Online Test
CEVNI stands for Code Européen des Voies de Navigation Intérieure. It is the code governing navigation on the interconnected European inland waterways.
Signs, rules and procedures for navigating the European inland waterways are all included within the CEVNI code and pleasure crafts are expected to know and follow the code. Knowing and abiding by the regulations is the best way to protect yourself and your boat.
Accessing the Test
Once course payment has been received by Seavoice Training and we have registered you as a RYA Interactive student for the CEVNI Online test, you will receive a confirmation email from Seavoice Training and a further email with your username and password.
How to access the RYA CEVNI Test and Site
To access the Online CEVNI Test via the link below, enter your username and password:
RYA Interactive Website Access
We suggest you purchase the RYA CEVNI Handbook before taking the CEVNI Test.
We require payment of £27 for anyone requiring to take the test online.
Payment can be made by credit/debit card (Stripe) or via PayPal
You can also make a postal booking by download the Booking Form if you prefer to pay by cheque or BACS.
Actual on-line test is split into two parts:
Part 1: Signs and buoyage
Part 2: Sound signals, lights and shapes
There are 15 questions in each part. You must answer at least 11 questions correctly in each part to pass the complete test. After you have passed, you can download a certificate that can be used to apply for your ICC Inland Endorsement.
On the final page of the test, you can submit your answers but if you have time remaining, consider going back through each question to check your answers before returning to the final page to submit them.
A PC, Mac or tablet with internet access.
Is the CEVNI Test timed?
Time limits for the CEVNI Test Part 1 and Part 2 are 6 and 9 minutes respectively.
What is the pass mark (score) for the CEVNI test?
You must score 11 out of 15 correct in each part to pass.
How many attempts can I have at the CEVNI test?
You have two chances to pass each part of the test. If you don’t pass first time, it’s your choice whether you try again immediately or leave it until later. Consider taking time to revise, practise a bit more or take some tuition.
What happens if I fail the CEVNI test?
When you feel ready to try again, we can arrange repeat access to the test for you.