EARTHRACE-2

We are building an awesome new vessel “EARTHRACE-2” to substantially extend our work in marine conservation. It will target illegal fishing by foreign vessels, waterborne wildlife smuggling, and training local fishery enforcement units – All extensions of our existing campaigns. She will run conservation missions such as island pest eradication, and scientific research to remote locations. A new spinoff TV show will cover the work, and this will feed into our social media platforms. Finally there will be an outreach tour calling to port cities for a period each year, giving our sponsors and investors opportunities to utilize the vessel, and increasing our reach and profile. Below are some project videos, and the images above will take you to other pages covering design, outreach, missions, and how you can own this vessel.


EARTHRACE-2, like her predecessor, will be a technology marvel, and one of the most awe-inspiring vessels the world has ever seen. Our video above discusses many of the things that make this boat so special.



It’s all very well having an amazing looking boat, but unless she does outstanding work, public can remain largely indifferent. The video above presents some of the missions EARTHRACE-2 will be involved in that will justify considerable public support.



The video above presents our rich history – From our world record setting voyage of 2008, our brutal time in Antarctica defending whales, to the many missions we now run saving habitat, and saving endangered wildlife.



This video covers many of the missions we run today – In many ways EARTHRACE-2 is an extension of these. We will continue to support government units and NGOs in tackling various and complex conservation issues around the globe.


Critical Success Factors:
1) The vessel must look amazing
2) We must do positive conservation work
3) We must be good at telling our story
4) Leverage from the outreach Tours
5) A long game building loyalty
6) Long-term Sponsor and Investor value

Kickstarter Campaign:
We recently ran a successful Kickstarter campaign for completion of the concept design. This raised over $90k from 700 backers, allowing us to develop an accurate budget and build time. The original Kickstarter video is above. Things have changed a little from then, although much of it is still relevant.

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