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.
A general cargo vessel was proceeding in a Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) at reduced power due to engine problems, making 4.5 knots at dead slow ahead. It was dark, but visibility was good.MARS
Bad design is making equipment inefficient, unsafe – and, ultimately, expensive. Could HCD be a way to improve the process?Institute News