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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JUVENILES

Nest protection and juvenile 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

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HATCHLINGS

Nest protection and 'Head Start' rearing

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MANTA TRUST

Conservation, research, education & collaboration

Latest News from our Marine Savers Teams

Bethany’s Chapter #2

Bethany’s Chapter #2

March has flown by, and I can’t believe I have been here two months already. We have had the arrival of my first turtle patient, an Olive Ridley amputee named Ari, with a BIG personality!
Having dug my first relocated beach nest (hard work!), I now have a new found respect for female turtles’ excavation capabilities.
And I find time to visit the local island of Bodu Huraa, to explore the rock pools and mangroves.

Monthly Marine Musings

Monthly Marine Musings

So much has happened every single day this month, from a turtle nest rescue to epic guest excursions, to spending hours underwater transplanting corals… we are tired but wired! ⚡
We are truly blessed to call the Indian Ocean our home, rebuilding the reefs, focused on the moment when life becomes our playground. We are optimistic that all our new corals will thrive in these beautiful waters, expanding the biodiversity of the reefs. 💙

Bethany’s Biology Blog

Bethany’s Biology Blog

Hi, I’m Bethany, the newest marine biology intern at Kuda Huraa. Leaving on a rainy February day in Scotland to arrive in the Maldives with blue skies, white sands, and thirty-degree heat felt like I was dreaming!
I have seen marine life of all colours, shapes and sizes … from sharks and eels, to spinner dolphins and sea turtles, plus all the reef fish you can imagine… it’s difficult to know where to look!

Marine Biology Updates

Marine Biology Updates

Our Reefscapers coral propagation program creates artificial reefs to extend the natural habitat for myriads of reef fish and countless invertebrate species.
Catch up with news of our Maldives sea turtle ID program, and meet our rescued sea turtle patients.
Then join us behind the scenes in the Fish Lab to learn about seahorses and jellyfish.

Laura’s Chapter 3

Laura’s Chapter 3

Enjoy Laura’s final blog chapter as our marine biology intern here at Kuda Huraa.
It’s all-hands-on-kayak, as we paddle across the lagoon to relocate some coral frames, bathed in glorious seasonal sunshine and blessed with excellent visibility underwater. The conditions are perfect for training our new marine biologist, Bethany.
Thanks for all your help, Laura … missing you already. 💙

Marine Biologist, Charlie

Marine Biologist, Charlie

Meet our Marine Biologist Charlie, originally from the UK, who spent his childhood in New Zealand and enjoyed life in the Bahamas as a young fisherman and free diver.
Charlie soon gets hands-on with our Reefscapers coral propagation program at Kuda Huraa, rallying the team to relocate some ‘at risk’ frames complete with mature corals and teaming with marine life.

Iris - Marine Biology internship Maldives Turtle conservation

Turtle Rehabilitation

Our decade rescuing sea turtles

Trooper with prosthetic flippers (FB)

Our Flying Turtles

Epic journey: MVEU

Dolphin dorsal fin ID photos Marine Savers Maldives

Dolphin ID Project

Our dorsal fin database

coral spawning - bundling of gametes

Coral Spawning

Research 2013 – 2022

Reefscapers coral frames and reef restoration Maldives

Reefscapers Diaries

Detailed reports 2016 – 2022

Reefscapers coral frames - Kuda Huraa water villa flower site

Collection

Photos of your coral frame

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