Recognised as one of the leading maritime journals, Seaways is sent out to all members monthly. It is the international journal of The Nautical Institute and has the most vibrant professional correspondence section to be found anywhere in the industry.
The vitality of the journal is shared by those who contribute to it and those who read it. It is designed to advance high professional standards and promote fellowship within the profession. This is achieved through contributions and debate directed at a practical level, designed to improve the safe and efficient operation of ships and other maritime ventures.
Seaways is the vehicle which links professionals worldwide and enables members to be kept up-to-date with changes in legislation, management and technical procedures, new ideas and books, and announcements. It is also a steadying influence on impractical proposals.
As we enter a New Year it is my pleasure to send very best wishes to all of our readers. Thank you for the contribution you make to our maritime profession and The Nautical Institute and especially those who have highlighted our role in the community through our NI 50th Anniversary events.Institute News
The Hong Kong branch of The Nautical Institute centred the programme of their 50th anniversary event around what Aalok Sharma described in his opening speech as ‘The most important asset of the maritime community – the men and women at sea’.Seaways
Happy New Year everyone, I hope that 2023 is good to you whether you are ashore or afloat. I am excited to be President of The Nautical Institute at this time, not only as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary but because as a (still sailing) seafarer with the experience of over 40 years in the maritime industry it has given me the opportunity to make a difference over the two year term, especially for the next generation of seafarers.Seaways
Since its inception, OCIMF’s Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE) has helped to support continuous improvement in the safety of the marine industry.MARS
Like every industry, the maritime industry is experiencing a digital transformation, with an increase in automation and digital technologies. The Nautical Institute recognises this and is committed to providing a mechanism for members to learn more about a wide range of evolving technologies in the navigation space (in the wheelhouse)Institute News