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Become a Leader in Ocean Conservation

A Green Guide to Boating

The International SeaKeepers Society, a non-profit organization that facilitates oceanographic research, education, and conservation, enables the yachting community to advance marine science and raise awareness on global ocean issues. SeaKeepers accomplishes its mission through the DISCOVERY Yacht Program, which comprises scientist-led expeditions, citizen science trips, educational outreach events, and community engagement activities. Vessel owners and captains can participate in a 10-minute instrument deployment while en route to the next port, to an afternoon outreach trip with children, to week-long expeditions with a team of researchers and scientists. Programming in the United States is accomplished through its headquarters in Miami, Florida. In 2015, SeaKeepers expanded with a chapter in Singapore headed by Director of Programs, Gail Tay and in the fall of 2021 a position was appointed based in London to start expansion of programming in Europe.

SeaKeepers Asia focuses on introducing marine science and conservation through the Educational Outreach Program dedicated to youth. The chapter covers the territories of Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Philippines, Brunei, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Thailand. Since its inception, the chapter has engaged with 14 schools and participated in over 55 projects focused on marine conservation. The efforts in Asia are founded on creating better local awareness of our oceans’ current situation to build a sense of appreciation and commitment to protect, conserve, and restore the marine ecosystem where possible.he International SeaKeepers Society, a non-profit organization that facilitates oceanographic research, education, and conservation, enables the yachting community to advance marine science and raise awareness on global ocean issues. SeaKeepers accomplishes its mission through the DISCOVERY Yacht Program, which comprises scientist-led expeditions, citizen science trips, educational outreach events, and community engagement activities. Vessel owners and captains can participate in a 10-minute instrument deployment while en route to the next port, to an afternoon outreach trip with children, to week-long expeditions with a team of researchers and scientists. Programming in the United States is accomplished through its headquarters in Miami, Florida. In 2015, SeaKeepers expanded with a chapter in Singapore headed by Director of Programs, Gail Tay and in the fall of 2021 a position was appointed based in London to start expansion of programming in Europe.

Since early 2021, SeaKeepers Asia and SeaKeepers Headquarters have established the Carbon Impact Program (CIP), which was launched to the public in Asia in November of 2021. The CIP is a hub of resources that include a carbon footprint calculator, blogs that cover topics on eco-conscious living, a recognition page that spotlights vessels implementing sustainable practices, and A Green Guide to Boating, a manual that highlights tips and resources for recreational boating.

“Do not leave shore without a copy of ‘A Green Guide to Boating,’ a wonderfully rich source of wit and wisdom about how to explore and enjoy the ocean with a light touch, and of inspired ways to safeguard ‘what’s under the boat’ – Earth’s living blue heart.”  – Foreword by Dr. Sylvia A. Earle, Marine Biologist, Oceanographer, Explorer, Author, Lecturer & National GeoExplorer in Residence.

Vessels now have a comprehensive guide to adopt good boating practices that protect the ocean and reduce their carbon footprint. A Green Guide to Boating offers plenty of advice, resources, and examples. To download a copy, scan the QR code or visit: WWW.SEAKEEPERS.ORG/A-GREEN-GUIDE-TO-BOATING/

“People of the sea: boaters, divers, surfers, fishermen, and vacationers alike have always had an integral relationship with our ocean world. For too long, we have taken advantage of our water planet by abusing her as an endless resource and a universal sewer. In order to do our part, we must not take what she offers; we must nurture and protect her as well. ‘A Green Guide to Boating’ is an excellent common sense ‘relationship therapy’ book which helps us find a balanced relationship with our life support system, our ocean planet.” – Foreword by Fabien Cousteau, Ocean Conservationist & Documentary Filmmaker

SeaKeepers is supported through the generosity of donors, many of whom provide vessels as donations to the charity.  In working with industry partners such as Camper & Nicholson’s International, Northrop & Johnson, and more, SeaKeepers is able to accept donated vessels that will help support ocean conservation, education, and exploration. Donating your vessel can immediately eliminate ownership costs and considerably reduce your income tax burden. For more information on the vessel donation program, go to:  www.seakeepers.org/yacht-donations-program/yacht-donation-program-details.

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