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The principal harbour master, or any person who in the normal course of their duties is expected to deputise for the principal harbour master, of any statutory port or harbour in the UK, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man is eligible to become a Full Member of the UKHMA.

There is provision also for other senior port marine officers, and any person interested in upholding the objectives of the Association, to become Associate Members.

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Shipping Minister offers positive message for ports at Autumn Seminar Shipping Minister offers positive message for ports at Autumn Seminar

Robert Goodwill MP, UK Shipping Minister and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Dept. for Transport, presented a keynote briefing at the UKHMA Seminar in London on 18 November.

Speaking to a full house of over 100 harbour masters from throughout the British Isles, the Minister offered a positive message to ports:

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