Expedition cruise company Noble Caledonia has agreed a charity partnership with Sea-Changers aimed at raising significant additional funds for UK marine conservation projects. Funds will be raised via a combination of on-board fundraising activities and opportunities for guests to donate, as a way of off-setting the environmental impact of their cruise. The partnership will operate on all of the company’s British Isles based cruises from the 2014 season. 100% of the money raised by Noble Caledonia’s guests will be passed on to relevant marine conservation charities and projects, with no administration costs subtracted.


Sally McColgan, General Manager of Noble Caledonia said: “The conservation of the environment and the marine life in the areas where we operate is of great importance to us and to our customers. We’re delighted to have formed this partnership in order to give our customers the opportunity to give something back to the environments they experience and enjoy on board
our vessels.”

Helen Webb, Co-Founder of Sea-Changers said: “It’s great to be working with Noble Caledonia and their customers to raise much needed funds. Our vision is to create a world where seas and shores are clean and healthy, marine species are protected and where, far from damaging the
oceans, those who use the sea for travel or their leisure pursuits, positively contribute to the sustainability of the marine environment. Noble Caledonia and their customers will be helping us to make that vision a reality.”

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