Originally posted in 9.11.2017
YachtChefs.com partners with Nautilus International
YachtChefs.com is pleased to announce a Partnership with Nautilus International with immediate effect.
YachtChefs.com has negotiated to get a heavily discounted membership option for chefs working in the yacht industry.
A 12 month membership is just Euros 140 instead of Euros 225!
To enquire more about membership please visit the website at https://www.nautilusint.org/en/join/Join-as-a-yacht-member/
Note: Please be sure to mention YachtChefs.com when you subscribe so that you receive the discount!
Nautilus recently helped the crew on a large yacht to get their salaries paid up and as yacht crew you have the right to be paid on time every month and be treated fairly as employees onboard!
Nautilus International is a trade union and professional organisation serving, supporting and protecting the interests of more than 22,000 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.
Benefits of membership include:
Service record book
Members working in the large yacht sector are urged to take advantage of the Union's industry-leading Service Record Book (SRB) which is available free of charge to members, and will help speed up the certification process at the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA).
The Nautilus SRB helps members to record and calculate qualifying sea service for certification, and is used by examiners when evaluating sea service. Nautilus has worked closely with the MCA in developing this facility for yachting members.
Seafarers' Employment Agreements
The Union has produced a simple guide to help yacht crew ensure that their employment contracts are in line with the Maritime Labour Convention on Seafarers' Employment Agreements (SEAs).
Nobody should start work without an SEA, because it entitles seafarers to a fair employment agreement or contract setting out decent living and working conditions onboard. It must be signed by the seafarer and the employer, be easy to understand and be legally enforceable.