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reef renewal



Coral reefs are declining

Coral reefs are one of the most important eco-systems in the world. They are home to 25% of marine species like turtles, parrot fish and sharks. Unfortunately this vast underwater world is facing destruction and possible extinction.

Mass coral bleaching events

are taking place due to the warming of the ocean and pollution.

In the Caribbean alone, 60% of the living coral cover has disappeared in the last 30 years.

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what does the reef renewal foundation do?

The Reef Renewal Foundation is rebuilding coral reefs. To explain it in a simple way, it's basically coral gardening.


The divers collect what's called opportunity coral: pieces that have broken off but are still in good health. Or the diver can cut a small piece of a coral that is at risk and will most likely die.


These 'baby' corals will then be attached to a nursery tree where they grow under perfect conditions. With the goal to replant them so they can form a new reef.

Read the full explanation on our blog!

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Building Coral Trees together

25% of the profit of each Silver Shark Paddle Board goes directly to the Reef Renewal Foundation.

How? With the money raised, new Coral Nursery Trees are being built. This means by purchasing a Silver Shark paddleboard, you help build an actual coral tree where baby corals grow to become new reefs! 

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