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

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

Latest News from our Marine Discovery Centres

Updates From Our Marine Biology Teams

Catch up with the latest news, direct from our teams at Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru, from food experiments in our Fish Lab to new turtles in our national ID database.
And then join our Apprenticeship Class as they introduce some lab grown sea anemones and juvenile Clownfish back into the lagoon.

Greg’s Marine Biology Blog

Meet Greg, our latest intern who joins us from the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium.
Greg’s speciality is corals, and he’s keen to start researching the corals in our lagoon to understand resilience to bleaching. There is also time to get to know our resident rescue turtles, with an emotional ‘bon voyage’ to Ossy.

Irene’s Story – Chapter Three

Irene enjoyed her Marine Savers internship so much that she came back again !
Enjoy her latest chapter of adventures, as Irene goes on the hunt above and below the waves … to spot dolphins & mantas.
Plus there are updates about 2 of our rescued Olive Ridley turtles, Luc and Max.

Head Start With Hannah

This month, Hannah is helping with our turtle ‘Head Start’ programme, and bids a fond farewell to 5 of our hatchlings that have grown from just 20g in weight to over 4kg in the last year!
And learn about Hannah’s marine experiment, studying the feeding preferences of Drupella snails on corals at our Centre.

Vanessa’s Marine Biology Internship

After spending several months with the Marine Savers team, I can say for sure it was one of the best experiences of my life!
I was able to help with the variety of different projects at the Marine Discovery Centre, and had the pleasure of working with an amazing team of dedicated biologists.

Marine Savers May Musings

Catch up with the May news from our Marine Discovery Centres.
We have lobsters, anemones and clownfish in the Fish Lab; out on the ocean we are photographing dolphins, and we analyse underwater photographs of wild sea turtles for identification.

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