Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Government agency that promotes safety and standards in the maritime industry.
Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Official site of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
Royal Yachting Association
The governing body for pleasure boating in the United Kingdom.
The trade association for the UK’s boating industry.
Ofcom Marine VHF Licence
Office of Communications website. Maritime Licence section.
Sea Vision UK
Sea Vision UK is the national on-going campaign to raise awareness of the sea, including the maritime sector in its widest sense.
HM Revenue & Customs
HMRC is responsible for collecting the bulk of tax revenue
British Waterways is the organisation responsible for maintaining 2,200 miles (3,540km) of this inland waterway network today so that people can use it for a wide range of leisure activities.
Official site of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in Ireland
Home of the Irish Coast Guard
Irish Sailing Association
The Irish Sailing Association is the national governing body for sailing in Ireland.
Irish Water Safety
Irish Water Safety is the statutory voluntary body established to promote water safety in Ireland. We educate people in water safety best practices.
Maritime Radio Affairs Unit
Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg)
ComReg is the statutory body responsible for the regulation of the electronic communications sector (telecommunications, radiocommunications and broadcasting transmission) and the postal sector
Marine Accident Investigation Branch
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) examines and investigates all types of marine accidents to or on board UK ships worldwide, and other ships in UK territorial waters. The sole objective of MAIB accident investigations is to determine the circumstances and causes of the accident with a view to preserve life and avoid accidents in the future, not to apportion blame or liability.
Royal Institute of Navigation
The Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN) is a learned society formed in 1947. It has three main aims: to unite all those with a professional or personal interest in any aspect of navigation in one unique body; to further the development of navigation in every sphere; and to increase public awareness of both the art and science of navigation, how it has shaped the past, how it impacts our world today, and how it will affect the future.
My personal website offering business advice to the small and not so small business.
National Marine Electronics Association
Founded in 1957, the NMEA has led the way in establishing technical standards for data exchange in marine electronics, with the widely accepted NMEA 0183 data protocol, NMEA 2000® and certification standards for marine electronics technicians. NMEA standards and programs focus on insuring that the boating consumer is provided reliable products and professional service.
Supreme Engraving, who do our Trophies, are based in South London. The provide a fantastic engraving service, as well as sporting trophies, corporate awards and and high class crystal glass items.
Marine Resources is a recruitment company founded in 2003 specialising in the marine industry. Initially focused specifically only on the Leisure marine sector Marine Resources has grown and expanded over the years to be able to meet the specialist recruitment needs of the Commercial, Superyacht and more recently Offshore Renewable Energy sectors of the marine industry. Based in Southampton in the UK Marine Resources operates at an international level to source and recruit world class candidates for some of the biggest names operating in the marine industry today.
www.yourboatlife.com is the UK’s newest boating community – a website specially for all water and boating lovers. Supported by the RNLI and the Ellen MacArthur Trust, Your Boatlife houses one of the largest boating directories on the internet – register your profile now and find friends, events, kit, holidays, boats and services.