Institute of Marine Engineers

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Arms (crest) of Institute of Marine Engineers

Institutional Heraldry of the World :

  • United Kingdom
    • England

Official blazon

Arms : Argent, five barrulets wavy azure, a pile reversed and in chief a pair of calipers Or.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A mercantile crown Or, therein on water harry wavy proper a sea lion Or, collared and lined gules, holding in the paws a cogwheel sable.
Supporters: On either side a sea-lion (Otaria) proper, collared and lined gules, that on the dexter holding a torch sable, enflamed proper, and that on the sinister a caduceus sable, the serpents vert.
Motto: Per mare scienter


The arms were officially granted on January 20, 1964.

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