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The Nautilus Telegraph's letters pages have some of the keenest insights in the industry. If you have something to say to your fellow maritime professionals, email the editor at telegraph@nautilusint.org. Letters should be 300 words or less, and photos illustrating your point are also welcome. You can ask not to be identified by name, or to be known only by your Nautilus membership number, but you must supply your name and address. The editor reserves the right to crop or edit readers’ letters, and to refuse publication. Letters will be published as space permits, online and in the printed Nautilus Telegraph. 

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Ships of the past letter - SS Gothic

I was on SS Gothic on 18 November 1966 playing double bass in a small group at a New Zealand Lodge dinner dance.

  • 06 October 2022
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Farewell to a flawed industry

After a sea career spanning 43 years, in June of 2021 I finally called it a day and left my last vessel. Some would say this should have been a sad moment.

  • 06 September 2022
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Ships of the past letter - Esso Ulidia

I was deck cadet on the Ulidia from August to November 1976, and I also did trips on the Caledonia and Northumbria.

  • 14 July 2022
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Safety at stake for offshore wind workers

It's very sad to hear that the UK government has again waived the visa requirements for offshore wind workers. I know the Union back in November wanted the government to end the visa waiver, but again the UK government only seems to be hurting the UK's offshore wind workers.

  • 04 July 2022
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'Golden thread' guides students to a career at sea

I have some good news for member 197639, whose letter about tackling sea blindness you published in the May/June Telegraph. Work is well advanced on an ambitious 'Maritime Futures' secondary school curriculum, piloted by Cowes Enterprise College

  • 04 July 2022
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Ships of the past letter – Southampton Castle

When I was working for Union-Castle in Cape Town, before I went to sea as an R/O, the Southampton Castle was the first ship I berthed for passengers on the South African coast.

  • 07 June 2022

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