There's no better way to show someone the amazing world of whales and dolphins than to give them a first hand view of these wonderful animals in the wild. ORCA Ocean Conservationists have dedicated their lives to inspiring people to appreciate the diverse wildlife found in the oceans of the world.
Working with our partners we send expert conservationists out on ferries and cruise ships to give unforgettable wildlife experiences whilst collecting vital scientific data so we can safeguard these animals for future generations.
A key part of ORCA’s education and outreach work are the Ocean Conservation programmes we deliver in the North Sea, the Hebrides, English Channel and the Bay of Biscay each year.
Working in close partnership with our friends at Brittany Ferries, DFDS and Caledonian MacBrayne, Ocean Conservationists spend a couple of weeks up to six months working at sea, meeting tens of thousands of passengers. Ocean Conservationists educate passengers on the marine wildlife around them during their voyage and show them the wonders of the ocean.
Highly trained Ocean Conservationists deliver unforgettable wildlife experiences on board cruise ships across the world.
These passionate and dedicated individuals work to showcase the incredible diversity of wildlife that can be spotted from the decks of cruise ships, helping guests on board learn more about the marine environment.
ORCA not only have the opportunity to inspire people from all walks of life, but also collect vital scientific data that can be used to help protect whales and dolphins around the globe.