Reef protection & Aquarium Sanctuary

         Conserving South Florida's Marine Life for our Future Generations

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Due to weather and visibility conditions this weekends dive and beach clean up will be postponed to February, date and time will be determined shortly. Thank you for your support and we apologize for any inconvenience we may have caused.

  January 21, 2018 9am to 12pm HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY

Trash cleanup and lionfish removal dive at Phil Foster Park.

Dive will be at 10 am, high tide will be at 11am. We hope for great weather.

We will provide trash collection bags, experienced live lionfish collectors preferred for this dive since it is a public beach NO SPEARING allowed. Clear plastic nets preferred and plastic bait buckets for transport. 

Donations can be made for this dive. Volunteer divers and beach walkers needed.  

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We thank you for your support in 2017 and  look forward to another productive year in 2018.

Your support this holiday season will help us secure a much needed boost to continue our trash and lionfish removal dives.

This summer hit us with several hurricanes, washing up tons of debris disrupting our beaches and impacting the eco system.  

We will be hosting the first clean up and lionfish removal dive on

Sunday January 21, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Phil Foster Park located 900 E. Blue Heron Blvd, WPB Fl 33404

Your donations are needed to continue the positive impact we make in our local waterways, we need volunteers as well!

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What We Do...

Reef Protection & Aquarium Sanctuary is a Florida Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Organization aiming to remove lionfish we encounter while scuba diving our local reefs. Removing the invasive and destructive Lionfish protects our fragile and threatened ecosystem. We are also the only marine aquarium sanctuary for unwanted, over grown or aggressive aquarium fish 

providing the public with a solution to dumping them into our waterways.  

Unwanted, Aggressive or Overgrown Fish?

Reef Protection & Aquarium Sanctuary is now accepting fish, sharks, eels, rays and Lionfish. Dumping fish from your aquarium into the ocean is not only illegal, it is destructive to our ecosystem. 

*We do not sell any donated fish or supplies.

Call for a FREE pick up of your unwanted fish, aquarium or slightly used snorkeling and scuba equipment.

Help us protect our sacred marine life and ocean.

561 324 1831