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The Straits of Malacca and Singapore (Straits) is one of the most important strategic maritime passages of the world. The Straits form the shortest sea-link between the Indian and Pacific Oceans.Institute News statement
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 statement
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 statement
The Nautical Institute’s Head of Qualifications Stephen Window talks to technical specialists Captain Sarabjit Butalia FNI and Naomi Rewari about the thinking behind one of The Nautical Institute’s most popular short courses, and the human element issues facing the industry over the next few years.Institute News statement
The Nautical Institute is shocked and appalled by the recent interception and apparently unlawful detainment of the Marshall Islands-flagged tankship Heroic Idun in the EEZ of São Tomé and Príncipe by authorities in Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria.Institute News statement