Thanks, Farewell and Welcome

The biggest change in hydrography in recent years occurred last week at the  International Hydrographic Bureau in Monaco. Boxes were probably packed, they were brought in and out, briefings were held for the staff, introductions prepared and interviews held. All because the keys to the highest office in hydrography were handed over to the next Secretary-General Mathias Jonas by Captain Robert Ward. The new Secretary-General was elected earlier this year and officially took office on 1 September 2017. He replaced Robert Ward who had held the position of President and Secretary-General for the last five years. Robert Ward looks back on the ten years he served the International Hydrographic Organisation at the harbour of Monaco – an... (read more)
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Cover Hydro International Magazine May June 2016