|TransparentSea Webisde 3 - LA to OC|
Dave Rastovich, Chris Del Moro, Howie Cooke and the TransparentSea / S4C crew travel from the busy LA harbor to Dana Point in this episode
|TransparentSea Webisode 4 - Dana Point Art Party|
Dave Rastovich, Chris Del Moro, Howie Cooke and the TransparentSea / S4C crew come to Dana Point in this episode host an art auction for charity and talk about the Surfers for Cetaceans missionhttp://transparentseavoyage.com
TransparentSea Voyage comes to a close at Mission Bay
The TransparentSea Voyage and S4C crew finished their long journey down Southern California’s waters this week. Here are a few pictures from the final leg of the journey: Dana Point to Cardiff to La Jolla to Mission Bay.
(Scroll to the bottom to find links to the full coverage of the voyage.)
They launched the Hobie kayaks October 1st in Santa Barbara and have been sailing their way south the last few weeks engaging with ocean-minded people along the California coast. The TransparentSea mission has been to raise awareness for the conservation and protection of cetaceans (whales & dolphins) and to highlight particular environmental issues that we face in Southern California.
Full coverage of the TransparentSea Voyage:
TransparentSea is an awareness campaign aimed at highlighting coastal environmental issues, with particular attention given to cetaceans (whales and dolphins) and the waters they inhabit.
The first journey (Byron Bay to Bondi, Australia, 2009) successfully highlighted the plight of humpback whales and the threat faced by Japanese whaling fleets.
The second (California, October, 2011) traces the southern migration of Blue and Grey whales from Santa Barbara to Baja, Mexico with an emphasis on engaging key coastal community groups and drawing awareness to the causes they support.