About the Society


A Quick Guide to The Hydrographic Society UK and the Society's Memorandum & Articles of Association can both be downloaded below.

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Our Strategic Objectives

Our Membership

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Membership Survey: Results & Analysis (2015) 

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The Hydrographic Society UK (THS UK) is a founding member of the umbrella group, the International Federation of Hydrographic Socieities (IFHS).

IFHS, previously The Hydrographic Society, was formed in 1972 and now comprises eight member societies around the world, including THS UK.

THS UK's Officers are:


The UK Society also has several Regions and one Chapter, each with their own committee. Further details on these groups can be found at:

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The Society's 17th Annual General Meeting is to be held on Tuesday 20th April 2021 commencing at 7.30pm (BST) via online Zoom meeting, due to current Covid-19 restrictions.  Click here for further details.

If you have missed a regional or national presentation, or event, you can catch-up via The Hydrographic Society UK YouTube channel.
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