Seascape Caribbean develops functional, attractive and responsible coastlines

 

Seascape Caribbean specializes in coastal marine, estuarine and river systems, with a particular focus on the propagative restoration of living corals. Our approach revolves around our clients realizing return on investment (ROI) in addition to long-term value. 

 

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TOURISM & Recreation Aesthetics

Beautification, recreation, edutainment and green-branding with direct income generation. We help enhance guest experience by improving the quality of sea activities.

  • Snorkelling parks, gardens & trails and SCUBA diving product development.

  • Reefscape colouring by changing the degraded reef’s green-browns to vibrant golds, yellows, purples and iridescent greens, particularly when viewed from above.

  • Green branding marketing content to attract novel and repeat guests.
 
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Soft Engineering, Coastal Protections and Beaches

Corals and growing, self-healing coral reef structure provide a physical barrier to wave energies, protecting infrastructure and allowing the downstream accumulation of sands into beaches and dunes.  We approach remediation as a programmatic investment rather than a project cost.

  • Remediation for incidental and accidental impacts, including net-positive ecological and economic end-point. Impact mitigation, remediation and restoration.

  • Adaptation of existing hard-engineered structures to sea-level rises associated with climate change.

  • Coastal protection, erosion control and clean sand accretion through turbulent attenuation of wave energy.

 
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FISHERIES ENHANCEMENT

Habitat improvement, augmenting recruitment, maximized productivity, ecosystem function, community engagement and protected areas. We promote positive social impacts through coastal community development.

  • Ecosystem and fisheries enhancement, management, protection and restocking.

  • Employment, staff training and local community integration.

  • Onsite fishery development.