NW England and N Wales Branch
Master mariners in Liverpool were at the forefront of establishing The Nautical Institute. Discussions took place from 1967 until 1971 about the formation of a professional institute. On 14th October 1971 The North West Branch held its first meeting with a talk by Mr. Richard Goss on the subject of "The Economic Future of Shipping" which was the first ever branch meeting of any Nautical Institute branch. The Branch is proud that it has continued to provide an annual series of talks ever since. [More information on the history of The Nautical Institute can be found in "A Nautical Odyssey " by MJ Plumridge FNI and published by the Institute]
Copyright 2020 NW England & N Wales Branch of The Nautical Institute. No part of this website may be reproduced without permission from the Branch. Contact The Hon. Branch Secretary at sec@ninw.org.uk
NW England and N Wales Branch
Master mariners in Liverpool were at the forefront of establishing The Nautical Institute. Discussions took place from 1967 until 1971 about the formation of a professional institute. On 14th October 1971 The North West Branch held its first meeting with a talk by Mr. Richard Goss on the subject of "The Economic Future of Shipping" which was the first ever branch meeting of any Nautical Institute branch. The Branch is proud that it has continued to provide an annual series of talks ever since. [More information on the history of The Nautical Institute can be found in "A Nautical Odyssey " by MJ Plumridge FNI and published by the Institute]
Copyright 2019 NW England & N Wales Branch of The Nautical Institute. No part of this website may be reproduced without permission from the Branch. Contact The Hon. Branch Secretary at sec@ninw.org.uk
Our next Webinar is on Wednesday 2 nd December, 1800 -1900 GMT. TOPIC: THE DECARBONISATION OF SHIPPING Our speaker is Peter Aylott, Director of Policy at the UK Chamber of Shipping.The most highly charged debate in global shipping at the moment is decarbonisation. Green-leaning groups feel the industry is changing too slowly while ship owners and managers are, at times, beleaguered with other pressures and find it challenging to look a long way ahead. For more information and how to join the Webinar click here