The Merchant Navy Journal No 3 Vol III March 1941

54 JWvuAumt Tlrnuf §ou\nat March, 1941 INSURANCE THERE IS AN INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE CITY OF LONDON WHICH SPEC IA LISES IN THE INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS OF MERCHANT NAVY OFFICERS. IT HAS MADE HISTORY IN THE SERVICE. B Y INTRODUCING, IN 1921, THE INSURANCE OF CERTIFICATES, IT INTRODUCED ANEW FACTOR OF SECURITY INTO THE LIVES OF MERCHANT OFFICERS. UNCONSCIOUSLY AT FIR ST,AND SUBSEQUENTLY WITH GREAT D ELIBERA TIO N,IT HAS PLAYED A LEADING PART IN WELDING THE SERVICE TOGETHER. IT WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FORMATION OF THE OFFICERS’ FEDERATION. The Name of the Company is, of course, THE NAVIGATORS AND GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED MERCHANT OFFICERS SHOULD ALWAYS CONSULT THE“N. &G.” ON ANY MATTER OF INSURANCE. THEY WILL B E ASSURED OF SOUND EXPERT ADVICE, EQUITABLE POLICY CONDITIONS, FIRST CLASS SECURITY AND “PROMPT AND SEAMAN LIKE SETTLEMENT ”OF CLAIMS. CLASSES OF BUSINESS TRANSACTED BY THE“N. &G.” INCLUDE :NAVIGATORS AND ENGINEER OFFICERS’ INDEMNITY, PERSONAL E FFEC TS, MARINE, PILOTS’ INDEMNITY AND THIRD PARTY .YACHTS AND MOTORBOATS, Etc., Etc. Free Expert Advice Given to Merchant Officers on Life, Fire and Personal Accident Insurance The due fulfilment of all Navigators’ Policies is guaranteed by an old established British Company whose Assets exceed £23,000,000 Underwriting Department: 23, LEADENHALL STREET, E.C. 3 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Pago The Navigators and General Co.,Insurance Ltd......................... 54 University College, Southampton................................................. 54 Miller, Rayner and Haysom .....................................................55 Barr& Stroud................................................................. 55 GS. .Brown, Ltd.................................................................. 61 Dobbie Mclnnes Ltd....................................................... 64 Sims Ltd............................................................................. 75 National Savings Committee ...................................79 The Royal Merchant Navy School ..........................81 The Institute of Marine Engineers ..............................81 Paisleys Ltd................................................................... 81 Austin Reed Ltd.......................................................... 83 Harveys ................................................................................84 ¦¦UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF SOUTHAMPTON marine eng i nee ring Professor of Engine e ring :Wing -Commander T.R .CAVE -BROW NE- C AYE, C .B.E .,M.I.Me ch.E .,M.I.N .A.,F.R .A e.S .Head of Marine Engineering Department :J. S.H W O RD, M .I.M ar.E .Extra First Class Engineer. Senior Lecturer Electrical Engineering Department :P.G A.SP RY, M .Eng. (Sh eff.), B .Sc. (Lon don ),M .I.E .E., A .M.I.C.E .,M.A I.E .The.E Marine Engineering Department provides complete courses for all grades Ministry of Shipping Certificates of competency for Marine Engineers. The Department is approved by the Board of Education and by the Ministry of Shipping. (Two thirds of time spent at the College is allowed to count as sea service up to a maximum of three months). Residential facilities are available for students desiring same in a College Hall of Residence. FEES :Second Class, Steam, Motor or Combined Certificate £400 First Class ,,,»II It 1:£500 Extra First Class £600 Surveyor £600 Surveyor. For those who have taken an extra first class course at the College the special fee is £300 The fees include assistance by preparatory courses while the student is at sea, and tuition at College until the certificate is obtained. When replying to advertiiements please mtntion the Merchant Navy Journal.
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