SEAcotherapy has signed up to contribute to UK marine conservation activities by supporting Sea-Changers. SEAcotherapy will donate 1% of the value of all their sales to the charity and customers will be invited to match this and make their own donations. SEAcotherapy is a new company that offers coastal health and wellbeing retreats that aim to combine ocean based activities with mindfulness practices.



The Manx Wildlife Trust has produced a Manx marine invasive non-native species ID guide thanks to funding by Sea-Changers. The purpose of the guide is to raise awareness of marine invasive non-native species and help people to identify species they might find. This ties in well with the Manx Government’s development of a marine invasive biosecurity plan that should be issued shortly.


Scuba divers, sailors, surfers, cruisers and other sea-users have supported six UK marine conservation charities and projects through Sea-Changers’ latest round of funds. The money, raised by sea-users wanting to contribute to the marine environment they love, was allocated by Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, through its latest grant allocation process, which saw grants ranging from £500 to £650 to six projects right across the UK.


Want to create some Sea-Change in 2016 ?

If you are looking for funding for a marine conservation project then now is the time to check out our small UK based marine conservation grants process. The deadline for our next round of small grants is the 25th of September. For more details do check out our website.


Read all About Salty Sam's Adventures

We are thrilled to announce that Salty Sam has been promoting  Sea-Changers in his latest Blog. Sam is a fictional character created by Christina Sinclair. Christina has developed her own blog site which tells the story of Salty Sam.


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