The International Institute of Marine Surveying is an independent, non-political organisation promoting the professionalism, recognition and training of marine surveyors worldwide. Read more »
The International Institute of Marine Surveying provides a range of services to its members and welcomes new applications. Read more »
The International Institute of Marine Surveying’s award winning professional qualifications in yacht and small craft and commercial ship marine surveying are recognised for their quality and excellence. Read more »
CHOOSING A MARINE SURVEYOR
Choosing the right yacht and small craft marine surveyor can be fraught with difficulty. But the International Institute of Marine Surveying makes identifying the right one easier for you. Find a suitable surveyor by searching the site now. Read more »
The International Institute of Marine Surveying publishes a series of over 20 self-help handy guides, written by acknowledged experts in their field, under the series title ‘What a marine surveyor needs to know about’. Read more »
TRAINING SEMINARS & CONFERENCES
The International Institute of Marine Surveying organises regular training events, both for real-time and online only delegates, at UK and overseas locations as well as seminars and Conferences. Read more »
It is now readily accepted that all professionals in whatever field of expertise commit themselves to a Continuing Professional development (CPD) programme. It is realised in today’s world that people are considered to be more competent through extending their knowledge by following a programme of continuous development. The app makes CPD easy. Read more »
MCA VESSEL CODING INFORMATION
The International Institute of Marine Surveying is authorised by the Maritime & Coastguard Agency to carry out coding examinations. All UK vessels in commercial use up to 24 metres load line length, which go to sea, are required by law to comply with one of the MCA Small Craft Codes. Read more »
THE REPORT MAGAZINE
The Institute publishes the Report Magazine quarterly each year. Members are invited to submit articles for publication, which earns them CPD points. Each issue appeals to commercial ship and small craft surveyors alike. The magazine content is also highly relevant to P&I Clubs, vessel operators, marine insurers and others involved in the maritime sector.
Each issue is a mix of technical articles and general features related to the profession of marine surveying, published in eReader and pdf formats. Much of this editorial content is specially commissioned and not published elsewhere making the magazine unique.
The Institute publishes the Report Magazine four times per year in March, June, September and December. Members are invited to (and do) submit articles regularly for publication, which entitles them to CPD points too. Read more »