• LESS GHOST NETS, MORE SEAHORSES.

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  • OUR RESULTS 2013-2018

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  • HEALTHY SEAS IS VESTAS 11TH HOUR RACING FINAL GRANTEE

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  • A JOURNEY FROM WASTE TO WEAR

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NGO

Marine Protection

Action against waste fishing nets

Our non-profit activities include the recovery of fishing nets by volunteer divers and their storage in special facilities, in addition to educational and prevention programs.

Regeneration

Regeneration

From fishing nets to yarn

This part of Healthy Seas involves the transformation of fishing nets and other waste into regenerated ECONYL® nylon yarn.

Products

Products

New sustainable textiles

In the final step beautiful and sustainable textile products are created. They continue to tell the powerful story of the journey from waste to wear.

Latest news

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05 May 2019

An exciting weekend in blooming Cornwall with Ghost Fishing UK

Thanks to heightened interest in the work of Healthy Seas, we are able to achieve more by increasing the frequency of our activities as well as expanding our geographic reach. This year, we are very happy to be working more closely with Ghost Fishing UK, to recover ghost fishing nets from various locations all over […]

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23 Apr 2019

Size Inclusive Waterwear, Molidae Design, joins Healthy Seas

A warm welcome to our new partner Molidae Design! The swimwear company has joined Healthy Seas and will be donating 1% from every purchase to our environmental initiative. Katie Cadena, Founder of Molidae Design told us what motivated them to join Healthy Seas: “A commitment to conservation is at the heart of Molidae Design. Our […]

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Healthy Seas: a Journey from Waste to Wear
True beauty is never shallow. It has depths like the ocean.
Ghost Fishing UK Kick off trip -March 2019, Eyemouth
Eleven volunteer divers removed a huge mass of ghost gear from the sea bottom.
Epic Ghost Net Removal Mission (Aeolian Islands - October 6-8, 2018)
Team of 6 Dutch and Italian volunteer divers recovered over 4 tons (4000 kgs) of ghost nets