SLC stands for Sailing License and Credentials. The SLC is a recreational
sailing license. Port authorities and yacht charter companies will accept you
as a properly licensed, knowledgeable, competent. and experienced sailor.
Why? Because to get one you have to be properly licensed, passed sufficient
knowledge tests, demonstrate your competence, and have logged the
appropriate amount of experience.
HOW DO YOU GET AN SLC?
- Sign into your NauticEd account (it’s free and easy to create if you don’t already have one–NauticEd.org/signin). As a bonus, you will get two free sailing courses
- Click here. This will bring you to a page listing the requirements to gain the SLC. Items on the list automatically go green as you complete each item. Once all items are completed, the SLC is automatically and instantly issued to you for download. It is presented in multiple languages for convenience for presentation to the port authorities and yacht charter companies.
Bonneville School of Sailing is a NauticEd affiliated practical training school.
After you have completed all of the NauticEd requirements, we can administer the assessment for the SLC.
Bareboat Charter Master (BBCM) and SLC Rubrics are used for the assessment.
Please note that part of the assessment is required to be done on a large monohull or catamaran. This part of the training takes place on one of our trips out of Long Beach, CA.
Pricing for Training and Assessment
Training plus SLC assessment. These two days will be held back to back. $659 per candidate.