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Actúe y conviértase en PATRONO PIRATA de la Fundación Capitán Paul Watson cuando se convierta en donante mensual recurrente. Sus donaciones recurrentes mensuales van directamente a trabajar para ampliar nuestra flota, garantizar el mantenimiento de nuestras embarcaciones de acción directa, proteger a los animales en peligro de extinción y aumentar la conciencia durante este período crítico.


¡Dona mensualmente como PATRÓN PIRATA y recibe un código de promoción de compra del 10% (más envío gratis) después de tu segunda donación recurrente (esté atento al recibo por correo electrónico)!

Any donation will help us protect the ocean. Want to do more? By committing to a monthly contribution, you become a Pirate Patron, directly fueling the frontline efforts in marine conservation. 


Your support amplifies our voice and extends our reach.

By supporting vital research, we provide the insights needed for effective conservation strategies.  We offer resources and tools for educators to inspire the next generation, and we engage with policy-makers to enact laws that defend our seas. 

Together, we can turn individual actions into a global movement with a shared vision of vibrant, thriving oceans. Join us as we defend the world's most critical resource - our oceans. 

“We go where others fear to go, no matter how hostile or remote the seas, no matter how formidable the opposition because if we don’t, life in the seas dies and if the ocean dies, we die.”

Paul Watson - Our Inspiration

Captain Paul Watson is a marine wildlife conservation and environmental activist. Watson was one of the founding members and directors of Greenpeace. In 1977, he left Greenpeace and founded the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.


A renowned speaker, accomplished author, master mariner, and lifelong environmentalist, Captain Watson has been awarded many honors for his dedication to the oceans and to the planet.


Among many commendations for his work, he received the Genesis Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1998, was named as one of the Top 20 Environmental Heroes of the 20th Century by Time Magazine in 2000 and was inducted into the U.S. Animal Rights Hall of Fame in Washington D.C. in 2002. He was also awarded the Amazon Peace Prize by the president of Ecuador in 2007. In 2012, Captain Watson became only the second person, after Captain Jacques Cousteau, to be awarded the Jules Verne Award, dedicated to environmentalists and adventurers. In 2022, Captain Paul Watson continues his fight for marine wildlife conservation with the new Captain Paul Watson Foundation. 

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