The Author of the Independent Investigation & Review of Evidence

The Author of the Independent investigation & review of evidence prepared for Bolton in respect of this prosecution was acclaimed in “Our People” section of Professional Skipper Magazine of March/April 2011 & was subject of a post here 6 Jan’14 – “Highlighting the “Successful Career” of Julian Joy” These articles cover his career in commercial shipping leading to becoming Senior Tutor, Lecturer & Examiner at Maritime NZ Nautical Training School.
His qualifications include a B.Sc from England, majoring in Navigation & Shipping Business & an English 1st mate Foreign Going Certificate with an NZ Launch Master ticket
During his 10 years at MNZ Nautical School he was a Gazetted Examiner for some MNZ Certificates & Radio Operator Licences, with involvement in training ship’s officers in several Pacific nations.
Mr Joy & other tutors of MNZ School attended & observed the hearing against Bolton in Auckland District Court in 2010 developing views & opinions on the Nautical matters raised.
His professional expertise & experience allows him to produce an impartial analysis of the evidence & his Report supplies that analysis to assist the Court in determining a just outcome, declaring it is fair & accurate in every respect to the best of his ability & knowledge.
According to the Brief of Evidence of Barry Young he says that in 1989 he founded a City of Sails Maritime School – but there’s just a record in NZ Companies register with no evidence of activity between then & now when he contracts out his nautical tuition services to MNZ School & Coastguard Education Service etc.
He has a British Foreign-going Extra Masters Certificate & is an examiner with NZ Coastguard Education Services.
He was an examiner at MNZ School where he was a tutor for 14 years till 1989, teaching all nautical subjects up to foreign-going master’s level.
In relation to recreational vessels he says he teaches Boat Masters, Coastal & Ocean Yacht-masters Certificates.
There is controversy within the MNZ School because of the involvement of 2 previous employees with very different stances but Capt Burley, present Senior Lecturer of MNZ School says “Debate is always good and there are very few cases that are black and white.”

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Julian Joy’s photo as copied from the article in Professional Skipper Magazine

Barry Young public domain photo

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