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.
Who we are
Nautilus International is a trade union and professional organisation serving, supporting and protecting the interests of more than 20,000 maritime professionals in the UK, Netherlands and Switzerland.
What we do
The day-to-day activities of Nautilus International are highly varied and we pursue every possible avenue to improve the working lives of our members.
Where we work
Nautilus International has members in waterborne transport sectors all over the world – from deepsea oil tankers to river cruises.
The Nautilus International Rules are the legal framework by which the Union is governed.
The Nautilus International Regulations offer further explanation and guidance on the Union's Rules of governance.
Our Statement of Service describes what you can expect as a member of Nautilus and the procedures to follow if you have a complaint.
Nautilus International strives to be a transparent and well governed organisation, with policies and regulations readily available to members, and to provide a high quality service to our members.
Mutual respect and social networking
Nautilus International is opposed to prejudice-based discrimination, and has adopted policies on mutual respect, equal opportunities and social networking to put this commitment into practice.
This is the Nautilus International strategic plan for 2019-2023.
Nautilus International is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected.
Nautilus International works with numerous other bodies, in a variety of ways. The main organisations we have partnerships with are listed on this page.
Voice of the maritime industry
Nautilus International is the voice of maritime professionals, at sea and ashore. We have a say on all the major issues affecting our members at national, European and global levels.