Nautilus works with members, the maritime community, national governments and international agencies to create change, which improves the lives of maritime professionals.
Nautilus International is an independent, influential, global trade union and professional organisation, committed to delivering high quality, cost-effective services to members, and welfare support to necessitous seafarers, their dependants and other maritime professionals.
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In this section, you can find out about the Union's legal and welfare services to members. You can also find information about some of the issues members face and suggestions on what you can do about them.
If you are a maritime professional, we are the specialist trade union and professional organisation for you.
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If you are a maritime professional, we are the specialist union and professional organisation for you.
The Union has an extensive range of services to help members experiencing employment-related problems and queries.
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Nautilus International is the world-leading specialist trade union for superyacht crew. Wherever you're from, wherever you work, we are here to support you.
Nautilus International is the specialist trade union for cadets and other trainee maritime professionals. We fight alongside you to protect your rights, and we're ready with instant advice and legal support when you need it the most.
Nautilus has a key objective to improve working conditions in the booming European river cruise industry
Delve into our archive of ships of the past, consisting of a range of historic ships and boats with interesting and intriguing histories.
Our monthly book reviews.
Your space to join the debate on the issues that matter to maritime professionals.
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Campaigning to end the criminalisation of seafarers