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Watch Wednesday: A Look At SeaLegacy’s Voyage To Save Our Oceans

Leading documentary photographers and filmmakers Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier are co-founders of SeaLegacy, a conservation collective of experienced storytellers dedicated to protecting our oceans. Over the last year and a half, the Sony Artisans, along with their crew, have been working tirelessly aboard SeaLegacy 1, a boat they rebuilt specifically for documenting life above and below the water's surface. We followed their journey in SeaLegacy | The Voyage, and today, on World Oceans Day, we’re taking a look at the series their ongoing global mission. Watch all of the episodes below and help rebuild ocean life, for people and the planet. Learn more about how you can Join The Tide HERE.

See the work and stories as Paul Nicklen, Cristina Mittermeier and the SeaLegacy 1 crew continue their global conservation mission.

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 1, Setting Sail:

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 2, Into The Pod:

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 3, Return To Abaco:

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 4, Cocos Island

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 5, Crossing To Coiba

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 6, The Galapagos

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 7, Darwin's Playground

SeaLegacy | The Voyage Episode 8, Into The Unknown


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Behind The Shot: Cristina Mittermeier Photographs The Famous Bimini Dolphins

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