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Tel / Fax: +34 971 677 375
Email Address: recruitment@nautilusint.org
Website: www.dovaston.com
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Tel / Fax: (0)20 8989 6677  /  (0)20 8530 1015
Email Address: enquiries@nautilusint.org
Website: www.nautilusint.org/default.aspx
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Tel / Fax: +31 (0)10 477 1188  /  +31 (0)10 477 3846
Email Address: enquiries@nautilusint.org
Website: http://www.nautilusnl.org/default.aspx
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Tel / Fax: +44 (0)151 639 8454  /  +44 (0)151 639 8454
Email Address: enquiries@nautilusint.org
Website: www.nautilusint.org/default.aspx

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Nautilus International in the News

Nautilus fights for crew wages More Details

In a recent case, the union has secured more than €140,000 in owed wages

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Reports of criminalisation of yacht crew in France More Details

A maritime union has issued a warning following an increase of crew being investigated by the French authorities

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Private need not mean alone More Details

At the Isle of Man Superyacht Forum panelists and delegates discussed how privately registered superyacts and flag states can work together for the betterment of all on board

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Nautilus on yacht crew welfare More Details

Nautilus International's director of legal services, Charles Boyle, responds to two crew-welfare-focused articles in the latest issue of The Crew Report.

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MIN formalises new arrangements for Sea Service Verification More Details

As of 24 May 2017, sea service must be verified by an MCA-approved organisation

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New arrangements for sea service verification More Details

From January 2017, the MCA strongly encourages crew applying for a NoE to use a recognised Service Record Book

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MCA crew updates include changes to OOW Yachts route More Details

Superyacht crew were told of important regulatory updates at the annual PYA Sea Changes Seminar, the most notable being changes to the OOW Yachts route, which will now accept the RYA Yachtmaster Coastal as a prerequisite.

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The trauma of tragedy More Details

Nearly three months after the tragic death on board Fincantieri's 140m 'Ocean Victory', we ask if the industry does enough to support its crew in the aftermath of these, unfortunately not unheard of, incidents.

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UKSA superyacht cadets receive trade union membership More Details

UK-based superyacht training school UKSA has teamed up with maritime trade union Nautilus International to offer protection to all of UKSA’s students enrolled in its Professional Yacht Cadetship.

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All in a day's work More Details

There has been one facet of the MLC that has become quite clear as the most problematic. To comply with the hours of work and rest we need more crew, but the LY3 doesn't allow for this. We look at the option of dayworkers and the type of contract required.

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Slater Fund helps 100m+ yacht officer More Details

At the end of 2014, we announced that the Slater Fund was offering crewmembers £17,500 towards completion of their CoCs. We hear from one superyacht crewmember on a 100m+ yacht who was offered the scholarship and is using it to get his OOW Unlimited.

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Safety of crew gains national media attention More Details

Following an inquest into the death of crewmember Michael Hanlon in 2013, his family maintain that crucial lessons should be learned from his death and the case as initiated significant media attention surrounding the safety of superyacht crew.

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