From October 6-8, together with the Aeolian Islands Preservation Fund (AIPF), the Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) and the Ghost Fishing Foundation, Healthy Seas is carrying out a mission in the Aeolian Islands to recover lost fishing nets. The mission is exclusively sponsored by Aquafil, with contributions from AIPF and BLUE. According to UNEP and FAO […]Read More
Greece is the home of many endangered species, including sea turtles, seals and dolphins, which hugely contributes to the ecological importance of the seas in the Mediterranean. Since May 2015 Healthy Seas and MEDASSET have agreed to join forces in the battle against marine litter. We work together to reduce the harm fishnets cause by involving divers, fishermen and other stakeholders in Greece.
Fishermen are encouraged to collect and dispose of their old fishing nets on land, and the first collection points have been established in the harbours of Mikrolimano, Alimos and Perama. The first clean-up diving actions were performed by the Innerspace Explorers Greece diving team, at the MV Pylaros shipwreck close to Alimos coast in Attica at the depth of 55 meters recovering ghost nets.
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We are proud to present our results of the last five years! To date Healthy Seas collected 375 tons, that’s 826.000 pounds of nets and lost fishing gear with the help of divers and fishermen. Many marine animals have been rescued and many cases of trapped animals we have prevented. This amount of nets equals […]Read More
Our Ghost Fishing Greece divers kicked off the year with a successful diving trip on 27-28 January. Everything went perfect and the team managed to remove a big piece of ghost net from the shipwreck “Stymfalia” in the Gulf of Corinth in Greece. The net was dangerous for marine life. Millions of animals, including sharks, […]Read More