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--NEW--. The President of the RIN expresses his personal views on various navigational matters
The Scottish Branch is one of the RIN's more active branches, with a varied calendar of events for members. The Branch runs a series of approximately four meetings each winter between October and April to cater for the wide-ranging interests of the members and their guests. Within that programme there is usually at least one meeting devoted to a sailing topic and one to aviation. Visits to places of navigational interest are also arranged when the opportunity arises.
Deep Sea Navigation from Traditional to Modern
On 26 November the Branch was joined at the Hawes Inn by Alan Peden, recently of the City of Glasgow College.
Smartphone and Tablet Navigation at Sea
On 29 October, RIN Scottish Branch and guests packed the meeting room at the Hawes Inn at South Queensferry to listen to a vision ...more
Visit to Forth & Tay Navigation Services
On 11 September the Scottish Branch was hosted by Forth & Tay Navigation Services at their Grangemouth Control Centre.
The Origins of the Helicopter and its Pioneers
Nigel Gardner discusses helicopters from the first successful flight in 1907 to the first successful commercial and military aircraft ...more