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Website of Protection and indemnity insurance Clubs (P&I Clubs)

GARD (Formerly The Britannia Steam Ship Insurance Association Limited):

GARD provides the maritime industry with insurance products that offer financial protection and practical assistance in the event of a disaster.

United Kingdom Mutual Steam Ship Assurance Association Ltd:

The UK P&I Club is one of the oldest P&I clubs in the world, operating for 150 years.

The West of England Shipowners Mutual Insurance Association:

The West of England Shipowners Mutual Insurance Association provides insurance based on its members businesses and commercial objectives.

The North of England Protecting and Indemnity Association Limited:

North is a leading global marine insurer with over 160 years of history in the industry focused on the Maritime Industry in the North East of England

The Standard Club Limited:

Founded in 1884, The Standard Club is one of the world’s leading mutual Protection and Indemnity insurers by tonnage and membership.

Websites Recommended by NMCI Lecturers

Coastal and Marine Research Blog:

The purpose of CMRGis to facilitate and undertake academic geographical research into the use and management of coastal and marine environments.

Commission of Irish Lights:

Commission of Irish lights is a maritime organisation that delivers an essential safety service around the coast of Ireland, protecting the marine environment, and supports both the marine industry and coastal communities.

Irish Institute of Marine Master:

The Irish Institute of Master Mariners is a non political organisations that promotes safe, efficient and professional conduct to worldwide maritime operations.

Irish Maritime Development Office:

The Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) is the Irish government office which provides support to national and international maritime businesses in Ireland.

Irish Maritime Administration:

The Irish Maritime Administration (IMA) was established in 2013 to integrate the planning and delivery of all the maritime services of the Department of Transport under a single national office.

Irish Maritime and Energy Resource Cluster (IMERC):

The IMERC was establed in 2010 as a collaboration between University College Cork (UCC), Munster Technology University (then Cork Institute of Technology)and the Irish Naval Service (INS) to develop new ways to generate economic growth in Ireland's maritime sector.

Maritime Institute of Ireland:

The Marine Institute was set up under the Marine Institute Act 1991: “to undertake, to coordinate, to promote and to assist in marine research and development and to provide such services related to research and development, that in the opinion of the Institute, will promote economic development and create employment and protect the marine environment.”

The Maritime Executive:

The Maritime industry's leading source for breaking maritime and marine news including shipping news, offshore news, piracy news and more.

Irish Naval Service:

The Naval Service provides the maritime component of the Irish State's Defence capabilities and is the State's principal seagoing agency.

Nautical Institute Library & Nautical Institute Resources:

The Nautical Institute is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with consultative status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The  aim  of the Nautical Institute is to promote professionalism, best practice and safety throughout the maritime industry and to represent the interests of their members.

International Chamber of Shipping:

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)is the global trade association for shipowners and operators, representing the world’s national shipowner associations