Duncan Currie recently joined the Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands as senior surveyor.
‘We’re pleased to have Mr. Currie on board,’ said MACI’s CEO Joel Walton.
‘The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands is a dynamic organisation that has been undergoing significant international expansion over the past several years and our register of worldwide vessels has also been growing,’ he said. ‘Mr. Currie is a welcome and valued addition to our pool of maritime talent.’
Mr. Currie, an engineer with 31 years of experience in the marine industry, has previously been the director and chief surveyor with the Bermuda Department of Maritime Administration, and the senior engineer and ship surveyor with the Bermuda Government Registry of Shipping.
‘I am very pleased to be joining MACI at this time, having known the management team for a number of years and being aware of the high calibre of the Cayman flag,’ he said. ‘I look forward to the challenges that the shipping world always manages to set.’
Mr. Currie will spend his time in George Town, working on a number of projects as well as in the field undertaking ship surveys overseas.