Come join us in the park for a day of food, fun and a movie! Ocean themed games and and prizes. There will cool raffle prizes like New England Aqaurium tickets and the Blue Planet box set!
Ticket prices are $15 for a single ticket, $40 for a 3 pack and $60 for a family 5 pack. There will be popcorn to enjoy with the movies and food for purchase. Also, there may be special swag bags for the first 50 or so people as well, so show up early.
Make your next vacation look (and do) good for sea turtles and the environment by joining one of our new 2016 SWIM destination eco tour programs! The Serving the World’s Imperiled Marine life (SWIM) program gives you the opportunity to experience hands on sea turtle research, rehabilitation, and conservation efforts while experiencing a unique vacation to some of the world’s most unique marine ecosystems.
Hy there I'm Markus and I want you to help me protect the ocean!!
The torture I'm going thru to get some fundraising for our oceans is the first tough mudder event in Bali. If you don't know what that is you can have a look at the link below or just believe me that it's gonna be one of the Toughest things in Mudd I ever did. So I thought why not get paid for it. If you could donate 5$ or 10$ I will easily reach my goal.
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch - As part of the enviroment conservancy project, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Singapore would like to propose on company volunteer event for clean up debris underwater in Sanu, Bali, Indonesia
On Saturday, October 22, scuba divers from across the country will participate in Operation -“Dive Against Debris.” This underwater conservation effort is the result of a unique collaboration between the City of Gulf Shores and Project AWARE. MORE
A Jamaican company (now majority-owned by a Mexican company) wants to build a swim with the dolphin captive dolphin facilty on Grand Turk. The TCI Government appears to be pushing this development proposal forward under pressure from Carnival which has its ships visiting Grand Turk, to make more activities available for the cruise terminal visitors. Tell the CEO of Carnival Corporation that divers don't support captive marine mammal facilities! Sign the petition today!