Sea Mercy Captain Programs

For those who prefer to "sail with a greater purpose", we have a Sea Mercy Captain program available that can not only change the reason you sail the South Pacific, but perhaps create an opportunity for you to sail there. At Sea Mercy, our goal is to have a Floating Health Care Clinic (FHCC) operating in each of our targeted island nations.

A "Sea Bridge" for the South Pacific

Sea Bridge South Pacific - Connecting the Remote Islands

Soils Training Overview & Goals

Timeline for the Soil Training Program:

  • 4-day survey of Batiki island by OM staff (Mike Smith) 30-60+ days before training (currently scheduled for February within the 1st to the 20th, 2017)
    • Determine number of farmers, locations, current progress, and key people in the three villages
    • Develop specific training program for the island
    • Finalize Training dates with local village leaders and key farmers

RISE Programs

In 2017, Sea Mercy has partnered with Organic Matters Foundation to provide a comprehensive 4-week RISE Program (Remote Island Soils Education) for the remote island of Batiki in the Lomaiviti Island Group of Fiji. Devastated by Cyclone Winston in 2016, there has never been a better opportunity and willingness of the people to ‘return to their roots’ and return to a healthy, self-sustaining, and thriving community.

Superyachts - Unexpected Heroes

Sea Mercy President Richard Hackett will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming Opportunities in Superyacht Conference in February. He will be discussing how Superyachts are playing an important role in the disaster response work following natural disasters through their First Response Fleet program and Disaster Response Assistance Training (DART) programs.


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