Cruising Association and Royal Institute Of Navigation Launch Mutual Partnership

Members of the Cruising Association and the Royal Institute of Navigation are set to benefit from a new mutual partnership offering a reciprocal 25% discount off annual membership.

CA members can take advantage of the discount for the upcoming membership year which runs until 30 June 2022 and for memberships activated between 1 July to 31 December 2021.

Founded in 1947, the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN) is a learned society and professional body welcoming all with an interest in positioning, navigation and timing. Member benefits include online content, events and RIN publications including Navigation News magazine and the Journal of Navigation.

"The Cruising Association is delighted to launch a new mutual partnership with the Royal Institute of Navigation," commented Lucy Gray, Cruising Association General Manager. "This partnership supports our long-term commitment to connect with related member associations, develop relationships and share mutual benefits for our members."

To join the Royal Institute of Navigation use discount code CA25%OFF at the RIN membership link.

If CA members have any queries about joining the RIN, please contact RIN Membership Secretary, Mick Watt, on:


About the Royal Institute of Navigation

The Royal Institute of Navigation connects interested parties to promote knowledge and share insights between those interested in all aspects of positioning, navigation and timing. The use of position and timing information is increasing, for example with autonomy and smart devices. The security and resilience of the information is often as important as its accuracy.

Developments are moving at such a pace that often the regulatory, ethical, legal and user acceptance aspects are complex and sometimes lagging the technology.

The Royal Institute of Navigation provides a forum for knowledge, discussion, and information to all stakeholders, from core technology to users and practical navigators.

Find out more on the RIN website.


Royal Institute of Navigation


4 August 2021