Nautilus members do not all work on vessels transporting freight or passengers.
Most of the Nautilus members employed on specialist vessels work around the UK and Netherlands, but for some, their duties take them much further afield – even to the North and South Poles. The size and crew complement of specialist vessels vary greatly, but none will match the size of the largest cargoships or passengerships. Some crew members engaged in technical operations such as cable-laying will also be members of the Union.
Collective bargaining agreements
Nautilus has collective bargaining (recognition) agreements with companies in this sector including the following:
- Briggs Marine
- BW Gas
- Cemex UK Marine Ltd
- Crown Crewing (Jersey) Limited (ex Whitship/Whitaker Tankers)
- Foreland Shipping
- Global Marine Services
- Marine Scotland Compliance
- Northern Lighthouse Board
- Natural Environment Research Council – NERC – (British Antarctic Survey)
- National Oceanography Centre – NOC – (NMFD)
- P&O Maritime
- Serco PNTL
- Stichting Greenpeace Council
- Shetlands Islands Council – Sullom Voe Pilots
- Trinity House
Nautilus International has a long and proud history of fighting to give maritime and inland waterways professionals the pay and conditions they deserve.
When Nautilus talks about 'organising', we mean how the Union brings people together in the workplace to negotiate and campaign as a group for better terms and conditions.
Nautilus International's members are the lifeblood of its membership. As a democratic Union, we encourage you to have your say and help us give seafarers and inland waterway workers a national and international voice.