Contents

General

Satellite-based Sargassum Watch System (SaWS)

A sailor’s guide to whales and dolphins

Marine Wildlife Viewing Regulations: Canada

Ocean Crusaders

Whale Watching Regulations: Washington State

Wider Caribbean’s Marine Protected Areas (CaMPAM)

Citizen Science Programmes for Cruisers

Through citizen science projects it is easy to team up with scientists to contribute valuable data to a variety of marine studies. There are many projects to choose from, on a wide range of topics offering a variety of levels of involvement. Research expeditions, especially offshore, can be very expensive – so scientists often welcome data from volunteers.

2016 Greenland Climate project

5 Gyres TrawlShare program

Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation

Caribbean Volunteer Projects

Coastal Clean-up

Flukebook

Jellywatch

Ocean Health Monitoring

Pacific Northwest/Salish Sea Drift Card Studies

Reporting Site: Pelagic Sargassum in the Caribbean – 2018

Sea Stewardship

Sea Watch Foundation

SeaBC Sea Bird Count

Secchi Citizen Science Project

WhaleTrack: Cetaceans in the Hebrides

eBird

iSeahorse

On Board Garbage

Aluminium Cans and the Ocean

Garbage Disposal at Sea and in the Eastern Caribbean

Guidance on managing garbage when cruising remote islands in the Pacific

Small Caribbean Island’s Waste Management: How Cruisers can Help

Unusually Practical Ways To Use Banana Peels

Reports

Bahamas: Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park Fees and Restrictions

Balearic Islands: Be Aware of the Posidonia LIFE Project if wanting to anchor.

When Whales Meet Sails

Indonesia, Bali to Komodo: The Depth of our Plastic Problem

Arctic Ocean: An Alarming Report about the Amount of Trash

USA: Science and Solitude on the Chesapeake’s Crowded Waters

Pacific Ocean Crossing: Collecting Water Samples on the Fly

Canaries: The ARC Forest Grows

We can all help Clean up the Med!

Sharks make their presence felt in south east Queensland

Antarctic Deaths – Enormous Ramifications

Yachting vs Conservationists in southwest England

California: Visiting yachts to have dye placed in holding tank

Turkey – Positive Changes Afoot for New Grey Water Regulations

50 Days Around Australia to Save our Seas

Washington, San Juan Island: Proposed No Go Zone to Protect Orca Feeding Areas

Galàpagos – Paradise Lost

Plastic “Soup” Floats Around North Pacific

New Discharge Permits To Affect Yachts

Norwegian Environmental Zero Emission Yacht

Links

Blue Sea Angels

DART

M.E.E.R. e.V.

Ocean Champions

Race for Water Foundation

Sailing Green Coconut Run

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS)

Tara Expeditions Foundation

The Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage

The Ocean Clean Up

World Oceans Day – June 8th

www.greenboatstuff.com/