Young recruits prepare for international tall ship regatta experience
Potential young seafarers from a historic London maritime borough were treated to a taster tall ship sail on the Thames, as the countdown began to one of the biggest international sailing events to be held in UK waters.
EU maritime know-how project concludes
Nautilus is taking part in a conference in May which concludes a European Union-funded project to investigate ways of improving the recruitment and retention of merchant seafarers.
Nautilus takes seafarers views on pensions to ILO
Nautilus International will tell the International Labour Organisation (ILO) that seafarers would like to see a commitment to pension provision included in a future revision of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC).
Royal opening for new maritime welfare centre
The Princess Royal has opened ‘magnificent’ multi-million pound state-of-the-art new welfare facilities for former seafarers at Nautilus International’s Mariners’ Park Estate.
Union urges action on MAIB fatigue
Nautilus has welcomed a call from the UK Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB)for European action to address the risks of seafarer fatigue.
Nautilus launches new maternity and paternity rights guidelines for seafarers
New guidelines giving seafarers advice on their maternity and paternity rights have been launched by Nautilus International.