The Work of the Harbour Master, 3rd Edition, 2012


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NI Ref 0332 • ISBN 978 1 906915 02 5 (9781906915025)

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The Work of the Harbour Master, 3rd Edition, 2012

The book is linked to the Institute’s self-study Scheme leading to a Harbour Master’s Certificate.

The work of the Harbour Master is complex and, at times, difficult. This book explains the different responsibilities that vary between ports and shows, from the experience of Harbour Masters, examples of what new entrants to the industry may encounter. This book draws on the expertise of Harbour Masters from all over the world, and from ports large and small, commercial and recreational. It looks at different aspects of the Harbour Master role, largely following the course of a vessel as it approaches port until she berths, including the commercial pressures that may be brought to bear. It will be valuable for new or aspiring Harbour Masters and those who have been called on to undertake new responsibilities. It supports The Nautical Institute’s Harbour Master Certification Scheme.

• A profession defined
• Port security
• The environment
• The local community


Chapter 1: Harbour Master – a profession defined by Ingrid Römers
Chapter 2: The Harbour Master and the port approach area by Alan Coghlan
Chapter 3: Maritime port and terminal information by Captain Ing Ben van Scherpenzeel
Chapter 4: The Harbour Master and vessel traffic services by Jillian Carson-Jackson M Ed MNI AFRIN
Chapter 5: The Harbour Master and pilot relationships by John Dickinson FNI
Chapter 6: The Harbour Master and tug operations by John Lee-Richards
Chapter 7: The Harbour Master and the mooring process by Captain Ing. Ben van Scherpenzeel
Chapter 8: The Harbour Master and terminal and cargo operations by Alan Coghlan
Chapter 9: The Harbour Master and port security
  Landside security by Alexander Surikov
  Waterside security by Jaap Lems
Chapter 10: The Harbour Master and the environment by Geraldine Knatz
Chapter 11: The Harbour Master and port safety by Alan Coghlan
Chapter 12: The Harbour Master and incidents by Mark Andrews
Chapter 13: The Harbour Master and the local community by Captain Sean Bolt BA M.Prof Stud FCILT
Chapter 14: The Harbour Master and the media by James Herbert
Chapter 15: The Harbour Master and rules and regulations – case study, Mediterranean by Captain Reuben Lanfranco LLM MCIT AFM FNI
Chapter 16: The Harbour Master and management, finances, training and education by Kevin Richardson
Chapter 17: The Harbour Master and professional membership by Ingrid Römers and Bridget Hogan


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