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Miami18: Double up on SeaKeeper memberships

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The International SeaKeepers Society is offering buy-one-get-one entry-level memberships during the Miami Yacht Show.

SeaKeepers supports marine science and conservation by using yachts as platforms for marine research, educational outreach, and to deploy oceanographic instruments. Doing so lets scientists to use money they would otherwise spend on vessels for their research.

SeaKeepers’ entry-level membership, called the Kayak membership, is $150 a year and offers discounts to its fundraising events, early event invitations, and some SeaKeepers swag. At any level, yacht captains and crew who become member will be recognized as professional members and noted on the society’s web page.

For more information, stop by booth C777 or visit www.seakeepers.org.

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