Welcome to Marine Savers
the marine conservation team
at Four Seasons Resorts Maldives

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REEFSCAPERS

Our coral propagation and reef building projects

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TURTLE CARE

Rescue and rehabilitation of injured sea turtles

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HATCHLINGS

Nest protection and hatchling rehabilitation

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FISH LAB

Clownfish breeding and marine aquaculture

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MANTA TRUST

Conservation, research, education & collaboration

Welcome to Marine Savers
the Marine Conservation team
at Four Seasons Resorts Maldives

Read More

REEFSCAPERS

Our coral propagation and reef building projects

Read More

TURTLE CARE

Rescue and rehabilitation of injured sea turtles

Read More

FISH LAB

Clownfish breeding and marine aquaculture

Read More

HATCHLINGS

Nest protection and 'Head Start' rearing

Read More

MANTA TRUST

Conservation, research, education & collaboration

Latest News from our Marine Savers Teams

Maanee’s Marine Biology Blog

Maanee’s Marine Biology Blog

It’s Maanee’s final month with us, and she’s been a huge help with our turtle rescue patients.
Learn about the different personalities that each turtle displays, and read how we nurse them back to health before release back into the ocean.
Plus there’s the story of Tara, the juvenile Olive Ridley turtle found covered in oil, who receives a special spa treatment … a mayonnaise massage! 😃

Roundup from Landaa and Kuda Huraa

Roundup from Landaa and Kuda Huraa

Read the latest news on marine education & awareness, and look back over the coral propagation program with our Reefscapers experts.
Venture into the Fish Lab for a guided tour of our jellyfish aquarium, and see our Clownfish breeding updates.
There’s good (and sad) news of turtles entangled in ghost netting, and discover the latest tech developments in our unique AI reef-monitoring catamaran.

Maanee’s Marine Life

Maanee’s Marine Life

Kihineh, and greetings from the jewelled-necklace of the Indian Ocean! My name is Maanee, and I’m one of the fresh faces interning with Marine Savers at Kuda Huraa.
Not a day in my experience has been anything short of sensational, as every aspiring marine biologist must consider the opportunity to live and work here as a dream and privilege.
But let me be the first to tell you that caring for sick & injured turtles is a full-time job … ! 💚

Marine Life from Lab to Ocean!

Marine Life from Lab to Ocean!

Go behind the scenes, as we refurbish our large marine aquarium, and then take a look down the microscope at the fish eggs from our breeding pairs of Maldivian Anemonefish.
Catch up with our REEFSCAPERS coral biologists, before meeting our recovering turtle patients (rescued from entanglement in drifting ghost fishing nets) and learning about the start of the ‘sea turtle stranding season’ in the Maldives.

Reefscapers Dynamic Duo!

Reefscapers Dynamic Duo!

Hi everyone! 🙂 We’re Martyna and Sorin, 2 interns at the Marine Discovery Centre Kuda Huraa, working on the coral restoration program.
We are maintaining 2,000+ coral frames, collecting coral fragments and transplanting them onto both new and existing frames. Typically, each day involves a solid 7 hours in the water … which we LOVE! 💙

Updates From Our Marine Biology Teams

Updates From Our Marine Biology Teams

Join our FS Apprentices & Reefscapers Volunteers underwater, restoring & replanting as part of our coral propagation projects, and enjoy the latest video clips of our teams hard at work, rest & play.
Then discover the fish eggs laid by our Maldivian anemonefish, and watch the Linckia sea stars in our small marine aquarium as they regenerate themselves from a single arm!

Trooper with prosthetic flippers (FB)

Plastic

Pollution & marine life

Indra green turtle possible hybrid Marine Savers Maldives (4199)

Indra

A rare hybrid sea turtle

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Enclosure

Turtle rehabilitation

Trooper with prosthetic flippers (FB)

Sponsorship

Sponsor a coral frame

Trooper with prosthetic flippers (FB)

Collection

Photos of your coral frame

Trooper with prosthetic flippers (FB)

Internships

Post-grad, 3 months

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