Maritime Media Awards Brochure 2016

Welcome to Maritime Media Awards 2016, a brochure covering progress in a multitude of marine and seafaring disciplines

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Looking out to sea

Opportunities for women, climate change, the repercussions of leaving the EU and many more maritime issues need serious media attention

RYA Women

Women on the water

A brochure covering progress in a multitude of marine and seafaring disciplines

Wren Driver WW1

Rising to the challenge

Cdr Jane Allen RNR considers the key roles played by women in the Naval Service, from 1917 to the present day

BP tanker British Esteem

Charting a course for maritime growth

David Dingle CBE examines the rare opportunity provided by the recently published Maritime Growth Study

Officer cadet on the bridge, training at Warsash Marine Academy. Photo: WMA

Women at sea

Dr Jo Stanley FRHistS charts the changing fortunes of women who have chosen a career at sea

Paddle Steamer Waverley

Ships as living history

John Robinson discusses the preservation of Britain’s historic fleet

Data processing aboard the Falcon Spirit

Research opportunities for women

Dr Gillian Glegg discusses the opportunities open to women – and indeed to men

Swordfish W5856

Find, fix and strike

Commander Sue Eagles RNR on the golden thread that links the Fleet Air Arm’s heritage with the future of the Royal Navy