Do you have a problem, or a question about Nautilus membership? Just fancy a chat? Our cadet organisers are coming to your college!
If you’d like to meet us face to face, take a look at the list of upcoming college visits below.
Don’t see your college on the list? Get in touch to find out when we’re next planning to visit, or contact us by phone or email if you’d like immediate assistance with something.
If you are a staff member looking to arrange a visit to your nautical college in the UK or Ireland, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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During the visit, our organisers usually make a presentation and then host a drop-in session, where you can get together privately to discuss your studies and anything you’d like help with.
Check out the latest college visit dates on our Events section.
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