Maritime Media Awards 2016 Brochure

Women on the water RYA Women

Women on the water

Loretta Spridgeon, RYA Communications Manager, celebrates the increasing number of women and girls who are taking to the water

Rising to the challenge Wren Driver WW1

Rising to the challenge

Commander Jane Allen RNR, Navy Command HQ Representative WRNS100 Project, considers the key roles played by women in the Naval Service, from 1917 to the present day

Women at sea

Women at sea

Dr Jo Stanley FRHistS, author and social historian, charts the changing fortunes of women who have chosen a career at sea

Ships as living history Paddle Steamer Waverley

Ships as living history

John Robinson is member of the Advisory Council of National Historic Ships UK, and serves as Hon Treasurer of European Maritime Heritage. Here he discusses the preservation of Britain’s historic fleet

Looking out to sea

Looking out to sea

Opportunities for women, climate change, the repercussions of leaving the EU and many more maritime issues need serious media attention