Merchant Navy Medal for Meritorious Service
  

The Merchant Navy Medal provides an opportunity for the industry to recognise in a worthy and public manner, meritorious service by British registered Merchant Seafarers.   

The Medal is awarded annually, without bias towards age or rank, to those eligible seafarers who are judged to have made a worthwhile contribution to merchant shipping, its operations, development, personnel, welfare or safety, or who have performed an act of courage afloat.  

Our congratulations to the following on receiving the award for 2017 

Mr Andrew Armstrong, for services to seafarer training
Mr Anthony Cash, for services to seafarer welfare and the Merchant Navy Association
Captain Stephen Clinch, for services to the safety of ships and seafarers
Captain Geoffrey Cowap, for services to the careers of young seafarers
Mr Patrick Dolby, for services to international ship safety standards and seafarer welfare
Mr Allan Graveson, for services to seafarer training, welfare and safety
Captain Mark Holden, for services to the offshore maritime industry
Captain John Hughes, for services to environmental protection at sea
Mr Francis Kelly, for services to apprenticeships for ratings
Captain Charles Kelso, for services to the shipping industry and sea cadets
Lt CDR Mark Kemmis Betty, for services to the Merchant Navy and seafarer welfare
Captain Andrew O'Brian, for services to maritime careers and charity
Mr Francis O'Neil, for services to marine engineering
Mr Ian Spreadborough, for services to seafarer training and careers
Mr Stephen Todd, for services to seafarer employment, training and welfare
Captain Jamie Wilson, for services to the rescue of refugees in peril

 
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