This year, the International SeaKeepers Society conducted 15 scientist-led expeditions, as well as 20 citizen science trips. It facilitated these and more ocean-conservation efforts due to donations from supporters. One particular SeaKeepers donor has pledged to match contributions made through December 31. In fact, the person is doing so, dollar for dollar, up to $10,000.
In 2011, Chances for Children established to sponsor orphans in Uganda. Because of the founders’ ties to yachting, they created the #C4Cyachtdonations initiative. It seeks donations of gently used towels, sheets, crew uniforms, and other items no longer wanted or needed. Registered in Monaco and the UK as a charitable organization, Chances for Children is
Three decades ago, one of the largest social superyacht gatherings in the world got its start. Since that time, it has raised tens of millions of dollars for thousands of at-risk youth in Florida. The Yacht Rendezvous, benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County, is back for its 32nd consecutive year, and open
Every year, the International SeaKeepers Society honors those who honor the oceans. They include ocean-conservation advocates such as Prince Albert II, the biologist and author Dr. Sylvia Earle, superyacht owner Alexander Dreyfoos, as well as members of the famed Cousteau family, Jean-Michel and Fabien Cousteau. Next month, the non-profit presents its SeaKeeper of the Year
Over the past two years, 150 people from across yachting have donned bicycle helmets and climbed aboard bikes to support ocean conservation. The initiative, called London to Monaco, has raised more than £570,000 ($750,000) for the cause. The annual ride is on again as you read this, raising even more money for four special conservation
For seven years, the owner and crew of Dorothea III have been crisscrossing the globe. The cultural experiences from the Atlantic to the South China Sea and beyond keep them captivated. They especially relish helping local communities wherever they travel. In addition, they’re passionate about pursuing big fish, particularly marlin. So, what better than to