Ocean Conservation Expeditions

Join us aboard classic wooden motor yacht Angra Pequena!

OBSERVE – SUBMERGE – CONSERVE

SEA QUESTS’ primary goal is to support research, training and conservation expeditions that build knowledge and awareness of our oceans and contribute to sound decision-making and management of the marine environment

Expedition Options

Research & Conservation Missions
Research & Conservation MissionsM.Y. Angra Pequena is a 72 ft ocean-going expedition vessel capable of voyaging to remote study sites and deploying research instruments. Most recently, she was the ROV platform for coelacanth searches and deep canyon surveys. There are great opportunities for volunteers to join our conservation missions to help with research and interact with scientists aboard.
Volunteer for Conservation
Volunteer for ConservationCome join us on our mission, and help contribute towards the conservation of this previously decimated species. You will live-aboard the expedition vessel and get hands on experience assisting the scientist team in field sampling and data collection.
Come voyage with us
Come voyage with usJoin us aboard MY Angra Pequena for an adventure voyage to special and remote destinations, only accessible by sea-going boat. Contact us if you would like to tailor-make a trip to your requirements. We are happy to help you plan a trip to a destination of your choice and to focus the itinerary on your favourite activities. Come dive, snorkel, surf, kayak, kiteboard …
Participate for a Day
Participate for a DayCome aboard when the vessel is in Durban port. Activities on offer include day trips, sunset cruises and exclusive dining. This is a unique opportunity to be shown the workings of an active sea-going expedition boat, to meet scientists and crew, and find out about the conservation and research work she is engaged in. By joining us you will be contributing to our efforts to protect the oceans. We offer a personalised experience for small groups of up to 10 people. Book individually or as a group.

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