The Team

Ship Location

E Pacific Ocean

Meet the Team

It takes a lot of people to explore the ocean — at any particular moment E/V Nautilus can host up to 31 members of the science team and 17 ship’s crew, all contributing in various ways to the scientific efforts of the Corps of Exploration.

No one is expendable — without pilots, cooks, navigators, mates, data loggers, engineers, and many more, the ship couldn’t function. You don't have to have a Ph.D. to sail on Nautilus — just a passion for science and discovery.

Photo of Neah Baechler
Science/Data Team / Navigator
Photo of Sarah Bremmer
Seafloor Mapping Intern
Photo of Josh Chernov
ROV Operations Manager
Photo of Ben Craik
Data Engineer
Photo of Allison Fundis
Expedition Leader
Photo of Lindsay Gee
Science/Data Team, Mapping
Photo of Erin Heffron
Science/Data Team, Mapping
Photo of Jonathan Howland
ROV Engineer
Photo of Gabrielle Inglis
Argus Pilot
Photo of Justin Lowe
Data Engineer
Photo of Megan Lubetkin
Science / Data Team
Photo of Martin McArthur
Navigator / Mapper
Photo of Ed McNichol
Video Engineer
Photo of Dave Robertson
Video Engineer
Photo of Miles Saunders
Photo of Trevor Shepherd
Hercules Pilot
Photo of Robert Waters
Hercules Pilot

Ship's Crew

Photo of Sergii Beznytskyi
Able Seaman
Photo of George Bucur
2nd Officer
Photo of Fedir Chepoy
Photo of Anatoliy Choma
Chief Cook
Photo of Pavel Chubar
Photo of Iurii  Degtiarenko
2nd Engineer
Photo of Martyna Graban
Chief Officer
Photo of Sergiy  Mazur
Electro-Technical Officer
Photo of Serhii Semenov
Chief Engineer
Photo of Igor Sergiienko
Photo of Paul Stapleton
Electro-Technical Officer
Photo of Sergii Tsyganenko
Able Seaman
Photo of Vitalii Verbytskyi
2nd Officer
Photo of Oleksandr Zhmurchenko
3rd Engineer