Please use our list below to search for useful maritime websites.
The RAN Australian Hydrographic Service is the Commonwealth Government agency responsible for the publication and distribution of nautical charts and other information required for the safety of ships navigating in Australian waters.
British Geological Survey Digital bathymetry. Provides expert services and impartial advice in all areas of geoscience including vector attributed digital bathymetry of UK and adjacent European waters including North Sea, English Channel, south-west approaches, Irish Sea and north-west Scotland
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US). Includes information on world diseases and conditions; symptoms; injury; workplace safety and health; travellers\\\\\\' health; environmental health; and emergency preparedness and response
GlobalTrade.net is run by FITA Online and is a knowledge resource, where international trade professionals can find experts\\' analysis, market surveys, tips, white papers, country profiles, experts views, webinars, newsflows, video tutorials, etc.
International Association of Maritime Institutions. Primarily an association of colleges and other organisations involved in providing education and training for personnel involved in the Merchant Navy and Fishing Industries. Also serves the wider maritime industry and the offshore industry
Formerly the International Ship Management Association (ISMA). Aims to improve standards in ship management and achieve a safer, more environmentally conscious, more reliable, and more controllable ship management industry
The Hydrographic Service of the Royal Netherlands Navy. Responsible for conducting hydrographic surveys and publishing charts and other nautical information covering the Dutch Continental Shelf and adjacent waters together with the waters surrounding the Netherland Antilles and Aruba. Site includes Notices to Mariners
Aims to promote both inland and maritime navigation by fostering progress in the planning, design, construction, improvement, maintenance and operation of inland and maritime waterways, ports and coastal areas