Welcome to the home of the Nautilus Project. Based in Gibraltar, our aim is to raise marine environmental issues with the local public to help craft the changes required for a better future!.
The Nautilus Project has been delivering environmental initiatives since we opened officially in 2016. Our goal is to provide a superior learning experience of the Gibraltar marine environment for our community. We aim to improve awareness of environmental issues through learning at schools or in small private groups.
Lewis Stagnetto has decades of experience in Marine Biology and is passionate about exceeding your expectations. Our catch, learn and release (CLR) strategy will ensure you will leave with great memories and unique experiences.
Committed to teaching children about our coastline and the animals that reside along it. We offer classroom sessions and field trips to get children engaged and involved, so as a community together learning to keep thr coastline tidy and its animals thriving.
These courses can be tailored in length and content to meet the exact national curriculum requirements of any institution. We also offer survey sessions focused on collecting data for science GCSE or A’Level course practical requirements. We have a number of custom projects which reliably meet the demands of practical work.
NEMO is a local species reporting platform which alerts other users within the vicinity of marine sightings. The home user will be able to receive notifications of nuisance events such as jellyfish blooms or on sightings of particular interest like marine bird migrations.
The app facilitates the reporting of sightings on eight different non-scientific categories and these sightings are shared with other NEMO users. The NEMO app was officially released on World Environment Day, 5th June 2018.