Nick, Brad and all the Yacht Scuba Safety team are also involved in Asociación Ondine´s Marine Conservation projects. We feel that it is our responsability to put something back into the environment that we are working in….the Sea!
Asociación Ondine is the Balearic Islands only local NGO working 100% on understanding, protecting and improving the health of local marine environments. Over the coming months Asociación Ondine has plans for assisting local and visiting yachts by providing clear and up-to-date information on local marine reserves as well as Posidonia and the reasons why we all must do a little.
To find our more about Asociación Ondine, please visit www.asociacionondine.org and show your support for the fantastic work the O-Team is doing.
We have been working on local marine conservation and science projects for the past 3 years, all free of charge! Its now time for the international yachting community to join us in our quest for a healthier local sea. There are various ways individuals, vessels and businesses can become involved. Below are 3 examples of how YOU can join us!
Platinum,Gold, Silver & Bronze memberships are designed to give nautical businesses and individual yachts the ability to put something back into the marine environment. Which in turn gives these caring businesses and yachts a green image that is looked apon highly as well as international exposure through our promotions.
Remora fish are scavengers, taking the waste from sharks & rays to live their lives. We have the same concept within the nautical world. Your trash is our GOLD! With such a huge amount of hardware being thrown away, we want to put this to good use and save money to put towards other aspects of our projects.
Not forgetting the power of the people, we have individual memberships available for each and everyone of you! With a small annual fee we will reward you with not only a feeling of good will, but a very cool Asociación Ondine T-shirt (Kindly donated by Deckers), your name on our website and a quarterly newsletter.