Australian Capital Territory
 

New South Wales
 

South Australia

 

Tasmania
 

Victoria

About the South East Australia Branch

 
 








 

 

The Nautical Institute is the international professional body for qualified seafarers and others with an interest in nautical matters. The organization provides a wide range of services to enhance the professional standing and knowledge of members, who are drawn from all aspects of the maritime world. With representation at the IMO, IALA and other related organizations, the NI is actively participating in representing the needs of mariners.

The work of the NI includes developments in e-Navigation, participating in IALA’s review of the Maritime Buoyage System and analysis of the continued use of traditional aids to navigation. In addition to an effective web presence at www.nautinst.org, the NI publishes a monthly journal called ‘Seaways’ and a number of books aimed at all areas of maritime development.

The aim of the NI is to provide the strongest possible professional focus, dedicated to improving standards of those in control of seagoing craft, while maintaining the institute as an international centre of nautical excellence. As part of the international reach, the formation of NI Branches is actively encouraged.

In response to this, the SE Australia Branch was formed, and held its inaugural meeting in March of 1998. With an initial membership of approx. 120 Members, the NI SE AUS branch now has a relatively steady membership of over 215 members representing maritime expertise and experience from New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. The Branch is run by volunteers who have a strong commitment to the NI, with a desire to promote the goals and aims of this organization.

The NI co-exists with other related professional organizations, such as the Company of Master Mariners of Australia (CoMMA). The synergy created through inter-organizational events ensures ongoing development and access to a wide range of expertise. In this manner, the SE AUS branch of the NI aims to promote the institute while providing a forum for enquiry and debate on all matters relating to the maritime profession.

For more information, visit the NI International website, or contact the branch secretary at: sec@nisea.org  


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