Beach clean-ups

  • Whale Migration & Effects of Single Use Plastic - Knysna to KenyaThis year on the 16th of June we held our second annual celebration of the Arrival of the Whales Festival at Pine Lodge. This year the focus of the festival was to raise awareness of the northern humpback migration and the effects of single use plast...
    Monday, 9th September 2019
  • Celebrating the Arrival of the Whales FestivalThe 2nd Celebrating the Arrival of the Whales Festival was held at Pine Lodge on the 16th June in perfect weather. The emphasis this year was on trying to reduce the amount of plastic waste that enters the marine environment. The stalls were split be...
    Sunday, 16th June 2019
  • Coastal Clean-Up Day Saw PE Residents Rally!Saturday 19th September was International Coastal Clean-Up Day. All over the world beach clean-ups were organised in an effort to reduce the amount of garbage and plastic pollution that plague our oceans. Each year 8 million tons of plastic is dumped...
    Thursday, 24th September 2015
  • Celebrate World Oceans Day with Beach Clean-Ups!The World Cetacean Alliance is an organisation dedicated to the protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises. They have recently launched the 'Net Effect' campaign as they work to reduce the impact of ghost nets on marine wildlife. These fishing nets...
    Sunday, 3rd May 2015
  • Sunday, 11th January 2015
  • Raggy Charters Supports Hope Spot With Logo & Beach Clean-UpsAlgoa Bay is soon to be launched as one of South Africa's five Hope Spots. Mission Blue has been declaring special marine conesrvation areas all over the world as Hope Spots, as they are critical to the health of our oceans. With the support of the S...
    Friday, 4th July 2014
  • Raggy Charters Launches Wildside Beachwalkers InitiativePlastic pollution on our beaches seems set to stay for the foreseeable future, and one may ask what can be done? Everyone is very quick to point fingers at the chokka and fishing industry, foreign ships and the authorities who fail to do anything abo...
    Sunday, 1st June 2014

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