A National Park in the Seafaring Confederation is an area of natural significance that is appointed the second-highest form of area protection by the government of the Seafaring Confederation. It usually comprises a unique natural area with flora and fauna of outstanding quality and that would otherwise be threatened to be exploited or taken over by agriculture. They are open to visitors and can be exploited for managed tourism only. All other forms of exploitation, especially exploitation that requires destruction of aspects of the National Park, is explicitly forbidden.
The Seafaring Confederation has 30 National Parks.
Saxony has 15 National Parks.
Dutch Lower Saxony
Dutch Lower Saxony has 10 National Parks:
- De Alde Feanen National Park;
- De Weerribben-Wieden National Park;
- Drents-Friese Wold National Park;
- Dunes of Texel National Park;
- Dwingelderveld National Park;
- Hoge Veluwe National Park;
- Lauwersmeer National Park;
- Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park;
- Schiermonnikoog National Park;
- Veluwezoom National Park.
German Lower Saxony
German Lower Saxony has 3 National Parks, one of which is also shared with Saxony-Anhalt:
Hamburg has one National Park:
Saxony-State has one National Park:
Schleswig-Holstein-Jutland has one National Park:
Dogger has two National Parks:
Howry has one National Park:
The Highlands has two National Parks:
The Faroe Islands has one National Park:
Rockall has 6 National Parks:
- An Eoila tÓ Nuarth National Park;
- Dunes of Rockall National Park;
- Loch Mhóllanne and Split Lóda na Núille National Park;
- Réithchearraigh National Park;
- Tail of Rockall National Park.
Rom has two National Parks: