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Seas Lyfe:

Our Story

SeasLYFE; Life You Find Exploring, was born many years ago as just a dream. One can even say that it’s a dream shared by many of those who have given their soul to the ocean and a life on the seas. But our story ultimately starts with local captain, entrepreneur, business owner, surfer, and world traveler, Kyle Corbett. Read more on his story in the founding of San Diego Sailing Tours which has made way for the ultimate dream of circumnavigating the world while raising awareness for non-profit ocean conservation below.
SeasLYFE isn’t just about the journey of a lifetime, it’s a platform for education and connection.
While circumnavigating the seas our goal is to have guests scientist, researchers, and writers use our spotlight on global travel to raise awareness on ocean conservation. In many ways SeasLYFE is the very human element behind why anyone loves the ocean at all, why anyone would want to sail it, save it, and use social media to inspire others.

Our Mission: Reduce the devastating impact that human behavior is having on the world’s oceans.

Why Does This Matter To us?

We make a living on the water, we spend our time on the water, we have fun on the water, eat local species out of our fisheries, and most of us actually live on the water.
We are watermen, our lives are centered and focused on the ocean itself. We make a living on the water, we spend our time on the water, we have fun on the water, eat local species out of our fisheries, and most of us actually live on the water. Our team members all live in California, which as we all know is one of the most ‘green” states in the nation. Even here in California, where we are all “aware” of the problems that pollution presents, we still have an insane amount of pollution occurring every single day in California alone. In the Los Angeles area alone, 10 metric tons of plastic fragments—like grocery bags, straws and soda bottles—are carried into the Pacific Ocean every day. Just imagine what the total amount of plastic fragments throughout the whole world per day is?

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