You can retire at the age of 63–68, depending on your choice, regardless of the duration of your employment at sea. If you have been employed in a position insured in accordance with the Seafarer's Pensions Act long enough to earn the lower retirement age of the crew or the officers, you can check your retirement age in the Loki service.
You can also calculate an estimate of the amount of your retirement pension in the Loki service.
Log in to the Loki service with your online banking credentials or an electronic ID card.
If you retire after turning 68, your pension will be raised by 0.4% per each month you postpone your retirement.
Your employment relationship must end in order for your retirement pension to start. However, you can work during your retirement. This work income will accumulate new pension which you can collect for payment when you turn 68.