SeaKeepers Spotlight
SeaKeepers introduces it's new website
SeaKeepers is pleased to announce the launch of its newly designed website. Your destination in supporting marine science and conservation - starts here! Our new website is intended to be multi-device friendly, faster, image-rich and easy to use. Click the button below to explore and navigate our pages.
Scientist-Led Expedition
On May 20 th – 26 th, a board M/Y Sharkwater, The International SeaKeepers Society joined Beneath the Waves and Fins Attached to conduct shark research, while also filming a National Geographic documentary. 
Scientist-Led Expedition
On June 1 st-15 th, aboard D/Y Catniss, SeaKeepers joined researchers from the University of Texas to conduct coral research.
Citizen Science
In June, aboard D/Y SeaWolf, SeaKeepers teamed up with SoFar to deploy the spotter drifter.
Educational Outreach
On June 21 st, thirty children hosted by the Singapore Chapter were treated to sustainability themed sessions.
Scientist-Led Expedition
On May 7 th , aboard D/Y SAM, the crew set northward to the Aleutian Islands for the third leg of her voyage focused on genomic discovery. 
Community Engagement
On June 8 th , SeaKeepers hosted it’s first beach clean-up on Hobie Island Beach Park in celebration of World Oceans Day.
The International SeaKeepers Society host their maritime masquerade in honor of ocean conservation on Thursday, October 31 st

An exclusive gathering of the yachting community’s most influential members unite to recognize a dedicated group of yacht owners and their captains who have supported SeaKeepers programming throughout the year.
Through The Porthole
Lionfish ( Pterois )

The Lionfish is a flourishing invasive species in U.S. Southeast and Caribbean coastal waters. They have the potential to harm reef ecosystems because they are a top predator that competes for food and space with over fished native stocks such as snapper and grouper.

Although it is highly unlikely that lionfish will ever be eradicated from their invaded range, it is very possible that local populations can be controlled and their impacts minimized simply by adding it to the menu.

In the Loop
SeaKeepers Membership Spotlight: "A Farewell to Fred, Best Dive Buddy Ever!"
SeaKeepers is happy to pay tribute on behalf of long time SeaKeepers Member, Heidi Van Meter, to her good friend and dive buddy, Fred Hartman, who for over 25 years shared more than 250 dives with her throughout the world. Heidi and Fred came across amazing wildlife, thrilling destinations and beautiful sunsets.

"Fred was an inspiration to all who knew him and will be greatly missed..."

For more information on underwater pictures taken, contact Heidi at

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Our members receive discounts on SeaKeepers events, as well as merchandise such as tumblers, towels, and more! Explore our Annual Membership Program options and benefits to find out how you can become a SeaKeeper today.