When: 10.30am on 29 January 2022
Where: The Royal Yacht Squadron, The Castle, Cowes, Isle of Wight PO31 7QT (this event is both in-person and online)
The Electronic Navigation Conference 2022 is being run by the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN) Small Craft Group in association with the Royal Yacht Squadron; has sponsorship from Trinity House, and is being supported by the RYA.
The conference is focused on developing skills, knowledge and awareness in all aspects of small craft electronic navigation and will for the first time be being held as a hybrid event.
Online registration for tickets is now open to all on the RIN website. During the registration process you will have the option of registering for either the in-person event or the online event.
Speakers and topics at the Conference include:
RIN Electronic Navigation Booklet
Jane Russell, Committee Member - RIN Small Craft Group
A Review of Accidents linked to poor use of Electronic Navigation
Richard Harris, Committee Member – RIN Small Craft Group
Derek Gilbert, Raymarine
A Collaborative Journey, Adapting to Digital Navigation
Nadine Matthews, UKHO
My Navigational Equipment and Strategies for Racing around the World
The savvy navvy approach to making it easier for sailors to carry out their navigation
Jelte Liebrand, Savvy Navvy
Explore with Imray: the future of digital pilotage information
Lucy Wilson, Imray
Teaching sailing navigation in an Electronic World
Craig Burton, RYA
My Navigational Equipment and approach to Cruising around the world
In addition to the above there will be two panel discussions with the opportunity to ask questions.
In-person – RIN/RYS Members: £50 or Non-members: £65
The cost per head includes lunch and refreshments.
Dress code: jacket and tie.
Online – RIN/RYS Members: £15 or Non-members: £25
For further information about the Conference, please visit the event page on the RIN website or email Clare Stead: firstname.lastname@example.org