The Nautilus Welfare Fund is a UK-registered charity administered by Nautilus International, offering a range of specialist services to support retired seafarers and their dependants.
The Nautilus Welfare Fund provides an opportunity for retired seafarers and their dependants to live independently, surrounded by like-minded neighbours and with access to a full range of support services to ensure they enjoy a long, safe and happy retirement.
The Nautilus Welfare Fund undertakes a number of projects to support retired seafarers and their dependants across the UK.
For more information on the Nautilus Welfare Fund, or to arrange a visit to Mariners’ Park, please contact us.
The Nautilus Welfare Fund frequently runs events for those living in Mariners’ Park and the wider seafaring community.
The Caseworker project provides one-to-one advice and assistance on financial, health and other issues to retired seafarers and their dependants in their own homes.
Nautilus has secured agreement for a major new addition to its welfare facilities for retired seafarers under plans to redevelop the Merseyside site of the Andrew Gibson House.
The Mariners’ Park Care Home provides residential care and nursing care, as well as short breaks and respite care to retired seafarers and their dependants.
The Nautilus Welfare Fund provides specialist care at home for retired seafarers and their dependants living on the Mariners' Park Estate and surrounding Merseyside area.
The Nautilus Welfare Fund provides financial support to retired seafarers and their dependants across the UK.
The Fund is a charity and relies on donations and volunteers.