We are a group of volunteer Marine Conservationists who refuse to stand by, whilst our seas turn into uninhabitable dumping grounds

“The global marine debris problem is one of the greatest threats our planet has ever encountered. Divers are in a unique position to assist in tackling this threat. Industrial practices and legislation need to change, so our fight is a big one. We believe, by working together to raise awareness, that we are in a position to take on what appeared at first to be; the impossible”

Our Next Events…

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Latest Updates/News…

20/01/2018 – Paddle for Plastic Campaign Blog
14/10/2017 – Fathoms Free join forces with Sea Shepherd UK
02/09/2017 – Blog for Lansallos
12/08/2017 – Blog for Newquay Debris Dive
02/09/2017 – Created blog for Torbay Cleaner Coasts Initiative
24/06/2017 – Created blog for Polzeath Marine Day 2017

Help Fathoms Free

and join in

We run several diving for debris events each year and several include beach cleans too.

So if you have a few spare hours as a diver or a non-diver then check out our up and coming events here.

Awareness

Topics we would like you (the public) to be more aware of:

See below which we want the public to be more aware of and how we can help the environment just a little bit more…

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MICROBEADS

Why microbeads are bad for the environment

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GHOST GEAR

Have you seen any abandoned fish netting?

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PROJECT AWARE FOUNDATION

Marine Debris Data

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THE NATIONAL LOBSTER HATCHERY

Releasing baby lobsters whilst diving

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TORBAY CCI

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CORNWALL SEAL GROUP

Seen a seal in distress?

Recycling

Fathoms Free recycle the marine plastic and fishing nets they find through Odyssey Innovation Ltd.

Here they are turned into kayaks which are used to help clean up the sea, for more information please visit Odyssey Innovation Ltd

Event Blogs

Links to our most recent events and blogs below…

Our Supporters

Some of the organisations/foundations that
have helped contribute to Fathoms Free

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