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Operation Treasured Islands

Help Sea Shepherd protect sharks of the Galapagos

We are sending our fast patrol boat, the M/V John Paul DeJoria, to stop shark poachers of the Galapagos corridor, the richest living marine diversity in the world.

We have the ship, we have the crew, we have our mission.

What we need to do now is raise funds for fuel, supplies, cameras and dive equipment.  Learn more...

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Help Sea Shepherd stop the shark poachers of the Galapagos Corridor, and to produce a film to educate the world about shark populations around the world. Give now.
 

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Operation Treasured Islands

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$52,192
Raised
$100,000
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53% Donated

Fund Our Film

We are creating a film about defending sharks in honor of the late Rob Stewart, who worked with Sea Shepherd in 2002 to produce Sharkwater.

Every donor will receive a certificate of appreciation signed by Captain Paul Watson. Every donor of $500 or more will be listed as a producer on the film.

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About the Campaign

Sea Shepherd is sending our fast 110’ Island class patrol boat, the M/V John Paul DeJoria, to stop shark poachers of Colombia’s Malpelo Island, Costa Rica’s Cocos Island and the Galapagos, an area known as the Galapagos corridor, the richest living marine diversity in the world.

We need to raise funds for fuel, supplies, cameras and dive equipment.

The real treasures of these island lies in the waters surrounding them and these are the living treasures we want to save for all future generations.

Sea Shepherd does not talk, we act. We do not protest -- we intervene.

If the Ocean dies, we all die, so this is an investment in our own survival.

Help Us With Our Shark Film

We plan on creating a film about defending sharks in honor of the late Rob Stewart. Sea Shepherd and Rob worked together to produce Sharkwater in 2002. We need this film to help us to continue to educate the world on the status of shark populations around the world and what we can do to save them.

Every donor will receive a certificate of appreciation signed by Captain Paul Watson. Every donor of $500 or more will be listed as a producer on the film.

The M/V John Paul DeJoria. Photo: Sea Shepherd / Mirko De LucaThe M/V John Paul DeJoria. Photo: Sea Shepherd / Mirko De Luca

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