The Royal Institution of Naval Architects Founded in 1860 in London to “..advance the art and science of ship design”, today the Royal Institution of Naval Architects is an internationally renowned professional institution whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, repair and operation of marine vessels and structures in over 90 countries. RINA members are widely represented at all levels in the maritime industry, universities and colleges, and maritime organisations. Membership of RINA is open to those who are professionally qualified in naval architecture or marine technology, or who are involved or interested in the maritime industry. Membership as a Fellow (FRINA) or Member (MRINA) provides an internationally recognised professional qualification which demonstrates the achievement and commitment to the highest standards of professional competence and integrity. Student and Associate Membership (AMRINA) is available to those who are gaining the academic qualification and professional competence required for full membership. RINA members enjoy a wide range of benefits and services, including advice on education, training and professional development. RINA also publishes a range of technical journals, books and papers, and organises an extensive programme of international conferences and training courses covering all aspects of naval architecture and maritime technology. The Institution is an NGO member of the International Maritime Organisation, a member of the International Standards Organisation and a member of the Confederation of European Maritime Technical Societies, where is contributes its collective expertise to the work of those organisations.

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