Maritime Journal is the only magazine and website dedicated to the European inshore, offshore, coastal zone and short sea commercial maritime industries. It uniquely provides the vital link which places vendors and service providers from across a broad spectrum in contact with purchasing decision makers. Our highly targeted readership of marine managers, senior operations and engineering staff are busy professionals who have little time to study lengthy magazine articles.
Europe’s commercial maritime infrastructure is critical to the social and economic well-being of the Continent. It requires continuous renewal and expansion, a process which generates many billions of Euros in revenue for the product and service suppliers involved. These companies need the most up-to-date and comprehensive information about the changing requirements of and emerging opportunities in this vast marketplace.
In recognition of this, Maritime Journal’s editorial policy is to provide a concise overview of industry news, presenting the latest in products and services in the context of current operational applications. Maritime Journal’s clearly laid out and signposted sections help readers to quickly select the most useful and relevant information for their businesses. Its content and user-friendly style ensure that it is passed on between colleagues and retained for future reference.
Jake Frith, Editor
Tom Todd, European Correspondent
Peter Barker, Tugs, Towage and Salvage Correspondent
Helen Atkinson, Hydrographic Survey Correspondent
Larz Bourne, Dredging Correspondent
Dag Pike, Product News Contributor
Anne-Marie Causer, News Editor
Stephanie Knight, Feature Writer
Rebecca Jeffrey, News Reporter
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Jake Frith: Brought up on the banks of an estuary in the north west of England, Jake’s entry into marine journalism was on the leisure yachting side, where he rose in ten years from an occasional contributor to various yachting magazines to his last role as editor of Sailing Today. Previous roles also include website editor at the RYA where he managed the official websites for the British Olympic sailing teams at the Beijing and Athens games. Jake remains a keen sailor, rower and paddleboarder, and has recently downsized to an 18 foot cruiser. In previous small boats Jake has sailed single handed round Britain and double handed across the Bay of Biscay to Spain and back. Jake has a masters degree in Online Journalism.
He has a deep interest, both personally and professionally in marine invention and innovation, and has chaired the judging panel of Seawork's European Commercial Marine Awards since 2015.
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Anne-Marie Causer: As well as GreenPort Editor, Anne-Marie is responsible for Mercator Media's online news service across all seven titles, providing readers with latest news relevant to their business.Anne-Marie initially joined Mercator after graduation in 2000, as a sales executive for Engineering Capacity, and later as a freelance writer on Maritime Journal for four years, becoming full time in her current role in 2011.
Anne-Marie has also worked as a reporter on local newspapers and as Assistant Editor for the John Lewis Partnership and Waitrose Ltd. In 2003 she became Managing Editor at the Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) - a position she held for nearly eight years.
Anne-Marie also continues to work as a freelance journalist. Her clients include the Nautical Archaeology Society, IMarEST, the UK Harbour Masters' Association and the International Harbour Masters' Association. She is also an experienced amateur archaeologist. Twitter: @AMCauser LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/amcauser
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Rebecca Jeffrey: Rebecca joined Mercator Media in April 2017 and assists the News Editor in writing online stories for all of Mercator Media’s titles. Prior to her current role she worked as Editor for Recruitment International magazine, leading the brand through a content overhaul and implementing key editorial strategies and procedures.
She has also worked as a freelance journalist for the Hearing Times, interned at several B2B and consumer publications and studied magazine journalism at Cardiff University.
Before entering the world of journalism, Rebecca worked in the charity communications and fundraising sectors, notably in mental health. Rebecca is a strong advocate of hearing loss prevention education and is a social media volunteer for the British Tinnitus Association.