Reef Life Environmental Moorings Anchor systemReef Life Marine Restoration has developed unique technologies to regrow coral reefs and create new, biodiverse fish habitats. Reef Life will be at DEMA Show 2017 through a collaboration with Environmental Moorings International at Booth #1807 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida (Nov 1-4, 2017).Environmental Moorings has developed an embedment mooring system used by NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, and has since its inception in 1981 in Key Largo, Florida has circled the globe.

Environmental Moorings has been working with Reef Life to restore reef systems in areas damaged by anchors. Island and coastal communities depend on tourism, and healthy reefs are the backbone of tourism that attracts visits and returns from valuable scuba diving and snorkel travel. divers and snorkelers. However, hundreds if not thousands of precious coral reef systems have been damaged by dragging anchors and chains through the same delicate reef systems divers wish to explore.

Reef Life and Environmental Moorings protect corals from anchors



Melody Brenna of Reef Life commented, “Many diver travelers have told us they inadvertently anchored in a reef because there were NO Safe Anchor Moorings, and have been devastated at the continuing death of reefs worldwide.  Marine Protected Areas have contacted both Reef Life and Environmental Moorings to devise the best habitat areas, outside of reefs to ensure divers can enjoy the reef systems without damaging them.”

If you are a Diver Operator looking for a way to regrow your house reef and protect them from boat damage … then visit Environmental Moorings at booth # 1807 at DEMA Show 2017 in Orlando FL.

If you can’t make it to the DEMA Show you can visit John and Judy Halas in Florida at the Environmental Moorings office: +1 (305) 451-5984 172 Lorelane Place, Key Largo, Florida 33037

You can also contact the Reef Life Restoration Team at +1(806) 674-6072 and visit Reef Life Restoration for more details.

By Laurie Wilson, Blue Ocean Network


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