Bags Collected

18,922.3 lbs

Trash Collected

Upcoming Cleanups

SeaKeepers' Beach Cleanup

  • Saturday, February 4, 2023
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


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SeaKeepers' Opportunities



Get directly involved with SeaKeepers programming activities onboard vessels or participate in educational outreach events that focus on engaging children K-12. Community outreach also provides opportunities to participate in beach cleanups, scientific seminars, and yachting industry functions. SeaKeepers presents signature social and member events year-round which require volunteer support. SeaKeepers is recognized for hosting exclusive gatherings which include some of the most influential members from both the yachting and ocean conservation communities. Contact us for more information on how to get involved.


Invest your time at SeaKeepers and learn about the mission while enhancing your professional skills. Openings are offered in the areas of office support, event coordination, programming assistance for fieldwork, and marketing . Candidates must be currently enrolled at an academic institution. We strive to provide an enjoyable experience and hope you are challenged by the work and acquire new talents from your involvement. Learn more about internships below. Apply and submit your application to a team member.


Why does ocean
conservation matter?

The ocean makes up 72% of our planet and provides important services that impact each and every one of us. Not only does the ocean regulate earth temperature through currents, it also sequesters (holds onto) carbon in the atmosphere and produces half of the oxygen we breathe. So, take a deep breath…. Now take another and thank the oceans.


Marine Debris

Marine debris is incredibly dangerous to ocean wildlife, and plastic pollution is overwhelming our oceans. It is projected that by 2050, there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. Once in the ocean, plastic never goes away. From there, plastic can entangle, wrap, or be consumed by ocean wildlife. At a minimum, plastic can prevent an animal from growing properly, and in the worst cases, the sea creature will die by entanglement or consumption of plastic.

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