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

Coral Spawning Event 2021 Maldives

Coral Spawning Event 2021 Maldives

Read all about this year’s mass coral spawning event! Enjoy our detailed report, complete with unique photos and video, coming to you directly from our coral experts at Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru.
After careful experimentation and several sleepless nights, we have successfully grown tiny polyps of Acropora species in our Fish Lab! 🧡

Zooplankton Monitoring

Zooplankton Monitoring

In our Fish Lab, you can take a closer look at microscopic creatures, as part of our ongoing zooplankton ID study.
Plus, during October, we very fortunate to witness a mass coral spawning event! 🧡
After careful observations of the corals, and referencing of the October-November moon and tides, we successfully harvested coral spawn directly from our coral frames.

Apprenticeships + Lionfish

Apprenticeships + Lionfish

Meet this year’s Four Seasons Apprentices, who are learning how to grow live aquarium foods for our fish specimens (including the new Lionfish).
Our videos feature turtle experts Ale and Dafne, explaining how ocean swims are an essential part of rehabilitating injured turtles. Meanwhile, our Reefscapers teams are restoring reefs, one coral frame at a time …

Coral Propagation with Alejandra

Coral Propagation with Alejandra

This month, I have enjoyed making new coral frames with our guests. People who visit the Resort often become interested in adopting a new coral frame, to help enhance the health and productivity of the marine ecosystem.
Our reef regeneration is successful in creating homes for thousands of sea creatures, and supporting 25% of the life in the ocean that depends on coral reefs.

Turtle Tracker 📍 Endangered Species

Turtle Tracker 📍 Endangered Species

Raai was found badly entangled in a ghost net back in June. After 2 months of care at our Turtle Rescue Centre, we fitted a satellite tracker and waved him a « Bon Voyage ». Follow his journey on our interactive map as he crosses the ocean!
This month, we also started working on a new initiative alongside national colleagues and IUCN experts: a Maldives Red List of endangered marine species.

Meet Margaux, Coral Biologist

Meet Margaux, Coral Biologist

Hello, my name is Margaux, and I am the new Reefscapers Coral Biologist at Four Seasons Resort Landaa Giraavaru.
After a year of lockdown in the UK, I am now back in the ocean and couldn’t be happier … after being being thrown in to work at the deep end! 😊
Join me underwater for free-diving and snorkeling with mantas, then lend a hand to construct a very unique raft …

Iris - Marine Biology internship Maldives Turtle conservation

Turtle Rehabilitation

Our decade rescuing sea turtles

Trooper with prosthetic flippers (FB)

Plastic

Pollution & marine life

Reefscapers coral frames - Kuda Huraa water villa flower site

Collection

Photos of your coral frame

Reefscapers coral frames and reef restoration Maldives

Reefscapers Diaries

Detailed reports 2016 – 2021

Marine Biology Internships in the Maldives

Internship 2022

Post-grad, 3 months

Marine Biology employment careers Maldives

Employment 2021

Work with Marine Savers

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