Help Us, Help Them

Our goal is to preserve the natural environment of the ocean as best we can by primarily working with business organizations to clean up ocean debris as we work, play, navigate, and explore.

Debris Impact

on the Maritime Industry

Marine debris, including active or lost fishing gear, is a constant fact of life for commercial and recreational marine operators. Every year, streamers, propellers, thrusters, and other equipment are lost or damaged due to encounters with marine debris. In addition, marine life such as turtles, birds, mammals, and fish may also be encountered within the debris. Marine debris and animal entanglement are also international environmental issues in which organizations can play an important role. By removing and disposing of debris encountered during operations, installing turtle guards, carrying out watches for marine mammals, employing preventative protective measures, and reporting these activities, crews are working daily to clean up our marine environment

See Our Partners in Action

Share Your Experience


An estimated 8 million tons of plastic waste are dumped into the world’s oceans yearly, according to a study by the World Economic Forum. Do you have a story or images of fish, birds, or marine mammals your crew aided or saved that you’d like to share? Have you collected ghost gear that you’d like to report? Share it with us!


Roughly 3.4 million waste items or over two million pounds of trash were collected along the U.S. coastline in 2022 during the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC). Items included cigarette butts, plastic bottle caps, and food wrappers were the most common, according to Statista. What have you found? Share your story with us!