Nautilus International was represented at a Remembrance Day service at the UK's Port of Liverpool.
National organiser Steve Doran attended the service held on 11 November 2021 at the Port of Liverpool Building, at Pier Head – one of three iconic harbourside buildings from the 1900s known as the ‘Three Graces’.
He placed a wreath on behalf of the chairman, officers and members of the Port of Liverpool Staff Association, in memory of the members of the salaried staff who gave their lives in both world wars.
Nautilus honours Merchant Navy seafarer sacrifices in global conflicts
Nautilus members and officials have paid their respects to Merchant Navy seafarers killed in global conflicts at the 2021 Remembrance events.
Merchant Navy heroes of global conflict remembered at Nautilus Mariners' Park
Retired mariners, families and staff at Nautilus Mariners' Park in Wallasey have marked Remembrance Day with a special service commemorating Merchant Navy seafarers who have served in global conflicts.
Maritime heritage concerns influence rejection of London skyscraper
There has been widespread relief in the UK maritime community over the news that planning permission has been refused for a large new viewing tower overlooking the Merchant Navy Memorial on Tower Hill.