It is expected that by the year 2050, there will be more plastic in our ocean than fish. Marine plastic pollution is one of the most serious emerging threats to the health of oceans and a major hazard to marine biodiversity. Floating plastic can harm ecosystem nutrient cycling and marine wildlife, via ingestion and/or entanglement. Larger plastic pieces (macroplastics > 5 mm) are degraded by UV light and wave action into microplastics (<5 mm). Through sound science and impactful engagement, we can solve this global issue. DISCOVERY Yachts will deploy S.A.R.A.H. nets to collect plastics samples for analysis by our programming partner, Florida International University. SeaKeepers is encouraged by the S.A.R.A.H. Program which will unite the International Yachting Community and the Academic World in an ambitious collaboration to combat plastic pollution and conserve our oceans.