Where we work
Nautilus International has members in waterborne transport sectors all over the world – from deepsea oil tankers to river cruises.
Nautilus yacht hub
Nautilus International is the world-leading specialist trade union for superyacht crew. Wherever you're from, wherever you work, we are here to support you.
On cruiseships, it's common to find concentrations of British or Dutch officers.
Skilled British and Dutch seafarers are much sought-after in this competitive sector.
The civilian-manned Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) provides support to Royal Navy Ships worldwide.
The offshore industry covers oil and gas extraction and renewables, such as wind turbines.
Tankers can carry oil, chemicals or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).
The 'general cargo' category covers bulk carriers and coasters. Members tend to operate in Europe.
Worldwide, there is a good chance of finding a Nautilus member onboard a containership.
Dredging and hydraulic engineering
Dredging is perhaps the best-known type of hydraulic engineering; but's there's so much more.
Nautilus members do not all work on vessels transporting freight or passengers.
Nautilus members can be found on car carriers worldwide, including many vessels in European ports.
Nautilus cadet hub
Nautilus International is the specialist trade union for cadets and other trainee maritime professionals. We fight alongside you to protect your rights, and we're ready with instant advice and legal support when you need it the most.