18 April, 2009




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flagMerchant Navy Liaison Scheme
The aim of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines / Merchant Navy Liaison Voyage Scheme (MNLV) is to foster good relations between the RN and MN, by providing RN and RM officers with experience of Merchant Navy operations (and vice versa) and encouraging Merchant Navy liaison in defence matters.

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NAMESIS
Naval Merchant Shipping Information System.

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UK Maritime Trade Operations - Dubai
Information notices for Maritime Trade Operations in the Gulf, Red Sea and Indian Ocean area.

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world class training Joint Maritime Operational Training Staff
Providing joint collective training in a multi-threat environment for UK, NATO and Allied units and their staffs, to enable them to operate together in tactical formations as preparation for employment in a component of a Joint Combined Task Force.

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QHM Plymouth
The Dockyard Port of Plymouth is under the statutory control of the Queen's Harbour Master (QHM), Plymouth. The majority of the traffic in the port is either military or military support; the port serves the biggest Naval Base in Western Europe, with base ported vessels including nuclear submarines and large warships, and a large number of visiting ships receiving Operational Sea Training.

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QHM Portsmouth
The Queen’s Harbour Master (QHM) Portsmouth is the regulatory authority of the Dockyard Port of Portsmouth, an area of approximately 50 square miles that encompasses Portsmouth Harbour and the Eastern Solent.

website Web Site: QHM Portsmouth


QHM Clyde and Scottish Naval Exercise Area Information
The purpose of this web site is to provide information about Naval Activity in Scottish coastal waters to other mariners. The site is divided into 3 main sections dealing with the QHM Clyde, the Scottish Exercise Areas (SXAs) and activity at the Cape Wrath Firing Range. QHM and his organisation exist in order to ensure safe and orderly passage for all those using the Dockyard Port (Gareloch & Loch Long), predominantly Naval Vessels.

website Web Site: RN Ops Scotland


 


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