Sea Save Foundation’s Auction Ends Dec. 19

Bid on exotic scuba travel destinations at a discounted price, knowing that all proceeds go to "turn the tide" on ocean conservation.

The 2019 Sea Save Foundation (SSF) auction is now accepting bids. 2019 Sea Save Foundation (SSF) auction uses the monies raised during this auction to continue its critical mission. This year Sea Save's lobbying was crucial to the decision reached by the delegates at the recent Conference of International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) to extend protection to sharks, rays and other marine species. SSF also works to stop unsustainable shark-finning and to curb plastic pollution.

"Oceans do not recognize political boundaries, so we must work at the international level to most effectively protect them," Sea Save director Georgienne Bradley said. "This online fundraiser gives divers the opportunity to experience their dream vacation at a discounted price and know they are helping to protect oceans."

The auction features a vast array of liveaboard and resort scuba trips throughout the Caribbean, the Galapagos Islands, Indonesia, Fiji, the Philippines, Micronesia, Costa Rica and many other exotic destinations. Scuba operators donate the packages, so 100 percent of the proceeds go directly to protecting our oceans and the animals that call them home. Bid on your dream trip at auction.seasave.org and know that you will also be supporting marine conservation. The auction closes Dec. 19.

Sea Save Foundation is a 501( c )(3) ocean conservation organization. Sea Save Foundation has earned a Platinum Seal, the highest level of recognition from Guidestar, and has received the top-rated certificate from GreatNonProfits.org