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Nautilus: Budget Omission Disappointment for UK Seafarers

The UK could be left dependent on foreign shipping and workforces after further investment or incentives for ...

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Nautilus Calls for Halt to Abuse of REG Ship Registries

Maritime trade union Nautilus has urged the UK government to clamp down on the operation of so-called Red Ensign ...

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Nautilus Urges UK to Tackle Seafarer Exploitation

In the light of new figures showing exploitation in the shipping industry is widespread, the maritime trade union ...

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Seafarers Paying the Price for Industry Woes

Seafarers are still paying the price for the economic problems facing the global shipping industry, the ...

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Shipboard Connectivity Still Insufficient for Big Data?

Is the shipping industry ready for the big data revolution when more than 70% of the world fleet is still using ...

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Majority of Seafarers Lack Internet Connectivity When at Sea

Barely six percent of seafarers have sufficient internet connectivity for video calls when at sea, despite often ...

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Seafarers Held in Angola Cleared of All Charges

Seafarers who have been held in Soyo, Angola, for the past three months due to accusations of the alleged theft of ...

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Nautilus for Better Mental Health Services for Seafarers

Trade union Nautilus has supported calls for improved services to help seafarers deal with the increasing pressures ...

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ITF Supports Nautilus in Fight to Stop Boskalis' Job Cuts

The International Transport Workers’ Federation has decided to provide support to its Dutch affiliate Nautilus ...

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Nautilus Slams Farstad for Hiring Cheaper Workers

Maritime professionals’ trade union Nautilus International voiced its “shock and anger” to a ...

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Nautilus Applauds Progress on Seafarer Rights

Nautilus Applauds Progress on Seafarers Rights

International maritime union Nautilus has welcomed news that the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has ...

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Maritime Unions Call on UK to Seize Opportunity for Growth

The new government in the UK needs to recognize the importance of the maritime industry and step up its support to ...

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Nautilus: Rising Seafarer Fatalities in Enclosed Spaces

Maritime union Nautilus International is calling for the UK to lead a ‘new and concerted drive to end the appalling ...

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Nautilus, MAC Fall Prey to Cyber Attack

Nautilus Minerals Inc and Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) have fallen victims to a cyber attack by an unknown third ...

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UK Keeps Piracy Ransom Payment Legal

The UK government has pledged that it would not outlaw the payment of ransoms to secure the release of seafarers ...

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UK Launches Maritime Growth Study

UK Launches Maritime Growth Study

The U.K. Government has launched the Maritime Growth Study, a major public consultation on future policy and ...

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Outlawing Ransom Payment Jeopardizes Seafarers

Maritime trade union Nautilus has written to UK Shipping Minister John Hayes to express concerns over the potential ...

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Nautilus Calls for Action on Ferry Safety

  Nautilus International has called for urgent action to end ‘double standards on safety’ following a fresh ...

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Greek Nautilus Receives New Oil Spill Response Vessel

Nautilus Marine Acquisition Corp. (Nautilus) announced on March 22 that it has taken delivery of the SK Line 69, to ...

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