High Sea Admiral (Ikonia)
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|High Sea Admiral
High Sea Admiral of His Majesty's Navy
Insiginia of the High Sea Admiral
Badge of His Majesty's Navy
|His Majesty's Navy|
|Formation||11 December 2018|
|First holder||Cameron I|
The High Sea Admiral is the titular head, and most senior officer of His Majesty's Navy. High Sea Admiral is now, by custom, vested in the sovereign, presently HM Cameron I. By military protocol, the title used in international contexts is the High Sea Admiral of His Majesty's Navy.
The role of a High Sea Admiral, technically Commander-in-chief is to oversee the navy, appoint officers, as well as visits with troops, and as a naval officer, sometimes stations himself on ships.
The rank insignia of a High Sea Admiral is of an Admiral of the Fleet.
|Admiral of the Fleet|