The membership of the Nautilus International Council is designed to reflect the Nautilus membership base, with representatives drawn from the different member nations and from different employment backgrounds within the maritime and inland navigation sectors.
Mark DickinsonGeneral secretary Twitter
Wilco Van HobokenChair
Henk EijkenaarDeputy vice-chair
Ashley GaleEngineer officers
William JacksonEngineer officers
John WainmanEngineer officers
Catherine WannellEngineer officers
Tenyon LatterEngineer officers
Michael LeemhuisEngineer officers
Harald LudwigInland navigation
Jan van der ZeeInland navigation
Paul WilsonNavigating officers
Samantha BelfittNavigating officers
Thomas CardyNavigating officers
Ross ClelandNavigating officers
George ScarlettNavigating officers
Peter LokNavigating officers
Malcolm GravesNavigating officers
Niels GroenNavigating officers
Stephen GudgeonNavigating officers
Fraser MatthewNavigating officers
Paul MinterNavigating officers
Ulrich JurgensOther particular categories
Geert FeikemaOther particular categories
Jessica TysonOther particular categories
James CameronRatings UK
Nautilus International’s members are at the heart of the Union’s governance structure. Here’s some information about how it all works.
Nautilus International is a member-led, democratic organisation, and we offer members all sort of opportunities to shape the organisation's policies. This is how the Union works and how you can get involved.
Council and general secretary elections
Many Nautilus members find that they enjoy participating in Union work as a lay representative or by attending forums and conferences, and then want to take things further by standing for election to Council.