Live Debates at The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering

Live Debate

As part of the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo’s outstanding service to the profession, we are proud to present to you the show’s exclusive Live Debate, which will look at the future of marine and coastal engineering, and whether forthcoming challenges will continue to increase innovation.

Hosted by Peter Moth FNI, chief executive officer of the UK Harbour Masters’ Association and managing director of Maritime Intelligence Ltd, the debate will give you an unprecedented level of information, expert insight, and education into the solutions that will help professionals overcome future industry challenges.

Ensure you arrive early as this outstanding opportunity will attract a lot of visitors, so places go quickly!

WEDNESDAY, Theatre Hall 6
15:30 – 16:00: The Way Ahead: Will Challenges Continue to Drive Ingenuity?

Peter Moth FNI - Chief Executive, UK Harbour Masters' Association

A deep-sea mariner by profession, Peter is now wholly shore-based but with commercial interests throughout the coastal sector. He is a Fellow of the Nautical Institute and a Younger Brother of Trinity House.

As Chief Executive of the UK Harbour Masters’ Association (UKHMA), Peter co-ordinates the provision of professional support, training and operational guidance to over 350 harbour masters located throughout the British Isles. The UKHMA is a permanent member of the Port Marine Safety Code steering group and contributes to many other working groups in the port and harbour environment. Peter is also a driving force behind the recently-introduced and MCA-endorsed Harbour Master Certificate.

As a publisher and editor under the Maritime Intelligence Ltd and Foreshore Books imprints, Peter has four titles in print, including the international best-seller “ISPS Code: A Practical Guide”.

He is also Managing Director of the shallow-water dredging contractor Harbour Clean.

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