Business Activism for the Ocean

Since the very beginning of Naked Pirate Travels, there has been a driving commitment to do our part to create a healthier and safer world through our commitment to the ocean. A major portion of this effort will be a continuous focus on raising awareness and funding for several non-profits that conduct ocean conservation, research, and nautical history preservation activities.

Dedication to ensuring a better future for the ocean, for ocean life, and for humanity must involve more than simply running a travel business. It must includes coordination and cooperation with environmental, scientific, and historical leaders, which will leverage our abilities to ensure that better future for all.

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With excitement and purpose, we announce our first step in doing just that. Our Your Ocean webpage is now live, which highlights four non-profits: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF), Historic Ships in Baltimore, and the USS Constitution Museum. From here, visitors can learn basic information about the purpose and activities of each organization, which will inspire them to learn more, become active, and join our larger efforts to truly make a positive difference.

This is just the very first, initial action by Naked Pirate Travels to fulfills its mission to support the ocean. Stay tuned for more exciting and fun efforts as we grow! We look forward to your joining us on this never-ending adventure.

Published by Paul Hardersen

I am the CEO of a startup nautically-focused travel company, former associate professor and research scientist, traveler, lobster lover, and now doing what I can to help preserve the planet for future generations. The ocean is the key.

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