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 1998, the International SeaKeepers Society got its start, thanks to several yacht owners gravely concerned about the deterioration of the oceans. Back then, the group focused on developing scientific instruments and deploying them with the assistance of yachts. Since that time, SeaKeepers has broadened its focus, and its reach. Its 2019 Founders Event, held
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
Plastic pollution is a global problem, gaining more attention all the time. The superyacht Archimedes is taking steps not just to combat it, but also to help researchers better understand what’s in the oceans so that they can protect them. She’s doing so through the S.A.R.A.H. initiative of the International SeaKeepers Society. S.A.R.A.H. stands for
For the past 20 years, the International SeaKeepers Society has paid special tribute to yacht owners and others who support its mission of ocean conservation and preservation. Particularly, the non-profit honors those who go above and beyond in their support with its SeaKeeper of the Year award. Earlier this month, the organization recognized Michael Saylor
One look at the 141-foot (43-meter) Marcato, and you know this megayacht means business. Her rugged profile isn’t just for looks, either. She’s meant to tackle challenges. She did just that, with aplomb, with a team of researchers and conservationists. Thanks to her involvement with the International SeaKeepers Society, Marcato helped the team tag a