E-bulletin Archive: 2022

Liberia rejoins IALA

Liberia, as one of the world’s leading maritime nations in terms of the umber and tonnage of ships on the Liberian shipping register, says it will not remain on the […]

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Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

Recognising the need to enhance safety of navigation by improving the conspicuity of aids to navigation (AtoN) against strong background lighting, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) in […]

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NLB – Project Work – Cape Wrath

One of my recent projects was the refurbishment and upgrade of Cape Wrath Lighthouse. This was an interesting project because it was not just about upgrading the optic, we were […]

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Danish Maritime Administration

History – beacon/lighthouses The aids to navigation history of Greenland is very young compared with the lighthouse history of Denmark. The Danish Lighthouse Service was established in 1560. Before the […]

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The 75th session of the IALA Council was successfully held at the Radisson Royal Collection Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark from 30 May to 3 June 2022. This was the first face […]

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Commissioners of Irish Lights

Irish Lights and Met Éireann have announced a joint collaboration to enhance understanding of Irish Coastal Waters, with the aim of improving safety for coastal inhabitants and mariners. Safety of […]

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European Maritime Safety Agency

20 years of EMSA Since its foundation in 2002, EMSA has been at the side of the European Commission and the Member States carrying out an ever-increasing set of tasks. […]

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Trinity House

Steve Keddie Head of Engineering informs us: The year of 2021 promised so much following on from the uncertainties and challenges of 2020. We hoped to rid ourselves of the […]

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