Another cruise within the Marelitt Baltic project took place between 20th and 31st August 2018. The aim of the cruise was to catch the nets lying on wrecks previously verified by the project team from the Maritime University of Szczecin based on the information obtained from fishermen, from their own data and by making measurements with a side-scan sonar.

In June, the participants of the SBOil project met in Szczecin. On the occasion of joint workshops at the quay, we also presented an innovative barrier for combating oil spills.

The Faculty of Navigation, as a part of its cooperation with the West Pomeranian Regional Sailing Association and the Professor Jerzy Stelmach Maritime Science Centre, has joined the activity of the Children's University - Szczecin School of Cabin Boys

Nawigator XXI is currently taking part in the MARELITT Baltic project on the Baltic Sea in another action which involves retrieving ghost nets. During the first week of the action, a team of three professional divers caught the nets from the wreck of  MEMEL as well as verified the position of the wreck of Planeta. 
The event will be an opportunity for an in-depth discussion on the condition of Polish inland waterways and the use of their potential for the economic development of the country. It will also be possible to get acquainted with the details concerning the planned investments and listen to representatives of businesses operating in the inland water transport sector.
In the period 18-28 July, the summer school was held in Aveiro (Portugal). The school was attended by teachers and students of MUS and organised as a part of the ABC - MELES 2.0 project, which is led by our university.
The concert tour in Canada and participation in the International Choral Kathaumixw festival  in Powell River in Canada confirmed the high level of the Choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin. The ensemble conducted by Sylwia Fabiańczyk-Makuch, DSc. won the first place in the category of mixed choirs. 
In the period 27 – 29.06.2018, the third international Autonomous Ship Technology Symposium was held in Amsterdam.

The 99th Session of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) was held in London in the period of 16 - 25.05.2018.

Workshops for Polish participants of the SBOIL project were held on 28th June at the Maritime University of Szczecin.

A joint debate of representatives of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Szczecin, MUS scientists and students as well as invited guests - experts and practitioners in the field of road users' safety - was held at the Maritime University of Szczecin on 27th June.

On 26th June, the choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin begins its journey overseas to represent the university, the region and Poland on the International Choral Kathaumixw festival held between 2nd and 8th July in Powell River in Canada. The ensemble is the only one from Poland and one of two representatives of Europe (except for Slovakia) during the festival!

The conductor of the Choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin - Sylwia Fabiańczyk-Makuch was honoured with the West Pomerania Nobel Prize for artistic achievements in 2017.

Employees of the Department of Ocean Technology and Shipbuilding of the Maritime University of Szczecin are building a model of an unmanned vessel. The design of the vessel model was finished in March 2018. Currently, the hull is being built, soon the propulsion will be installed and the first trials on water will begin.

The World Maritime Days are an opportunity for meetings on the international level. Yet, there were also many opportunities for contacts with guests from Poland. On the occasion of this year's maritime conference, on Friday, 15th June, the Maritime University of Szczecin signed an agreement on cooperation with the Technical Secondary School of Inland Navigation in Wrocław.