Nautilus reflects on International Women’s Day
Nautilus International reflected on this year’s International Women’s Day theme – inspire change - with a series of buffet lunches at its UK offices.
Net cast for limerick competition
Seafarers with tall tales to tell of their adventures at sea are encouraged to enter a limerick competition being held by the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society.
Nautilus welcomes ILO wages agreement
Nautilus International has welcomed an agreement at the International Labour Organisation (ILO) to increase the monthly minimum wage for seafarers by US$7 per month from January 2015, and by a further $22 per month with effect from January 2016.
Nautilus meets UK shipping minister
Nautilus general secretary Mark Dickinson has held top-level talks on a range of maritime policy issues with UK shipping minister Stephen Hammond, his assistant Thomas Ashe and Department for Transport official John Coulsey.
‘End of life provider care’ status achieved at Mariners’ Park Care Home
Mariners’ Park Care Home has been accredited a specialist NHS ‘end of life care’ provider status to help people live as well as possible until they die, thanks to the dedication of three of its staff.
Full investigation demanded after cruise passenger death
Nautilus has called for a full investigation into maintenance and servicing standards onboard the cruiseship Marco Polo, after a passenger died during a severe storm.