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Annual Report with the Financial Statement of Annual General Meeting 2023 of the Guild and the Club and the Other Documents


The minutes of Annual General Meeting 2022 and the Annual Reports of the Guild and the Club 2022-2023, incorporating with the financial statements for the year ended 31st March 2023 were posted on the notice boards of the Guild and the Club on 9th June 2023. Members are welcome to look through the reports before Annual General Meeting.


Should you have any queries regarding to this arrangement, please contact the Guild.


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Proposal for the Amendment of Guild Rules

All Ordinary Members of the Guild are welcome to comment on the following proposal before 4th May 2023.



報名及查詢:2545 8269

From now on, each Guild or club member can bring ONE guest to use the Gym Room. The guest can buy an admission ticket or deduct one admission from the member’s package ticket. The price of admission ticket per entry is HK$20 and package ticket is HK$200 for 10 tickets and get 1 extra entry for free. For details, please contact Gym Room or the Guild Office.

Every Monday evening at 6:00-7:30pm, Mr. Ng, Consultant of Gym Room, will provide a series of training course such as the elementary bodybuilding training course and group theme exercies for correlating workouts targeting each muscle group. The lessons are free of charge to each member who has purchased an admission ticket. Interested members please make reservation through Guild’s Office.

For details and enrolment: 2545 8269

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Other Information

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Research on the Impacts of Marine Autonomous Surface Ship on the Seafarer’s Career and MET

by:  Shanghai Maritime University

Merchant Navy Officers’ Guild – Hong Kong

Amalgamated Union of Seafarers – Hong Kong




The $100 million Maritime and Aviation Training Fund (MATF) approved by the Legislative Council in January 2014 came into operation on 1 April 2014. In May 2019, $200 million was approved to be injected into the MATF to sustain and enhance existing training schemes and scholarships, as well for launching new initiatives for the maritime and aviation sectors. The aim is to build up in due course a vibrant, diversified and competitive pool of professionals and technical personnel to support Hong Kong’s future development in the two sectors.

轉載自:香港海運港口局  Source: Hong Kong Maritime & Port Board