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Intern positions for 2017 summer with Sea Synergy

Marine biology volunteer positions available at Sea Synergy Marine Awareness and Activity Centre, Waterville, Co. Kerry, Ireland: 2016 summer season Sea Synergy is a Marine Awareness and Activity Centre set up by marine biologist Lucy Hunt in her hometown; the beautiful coastal village Waterville located on the famed picturesque Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic…

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August 29, 2019

Sea Synergy

Hope you are well and Storm Ewan hasn’t caused too much disruption wherever you are! When the storm passed here this afternoon we had glorious blue skies and sunshine before sunset over the bay. We have had a busy start to February with school bookings for the Marine Explorers Programme for primary schools and Heritage in Schools Programme which…

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August 29, 2019

Happy New Year

Hope you all had a fantastic festive season with friends and family. I was delighted to spend Christmas with the whole family this year at home in lovely Waterville. We participated in the chilly Christmas swim and due to the amazing weather we got out on lots of lovely beach walks, headland walks, cycled, hiked…

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August 29, 2019

November Newsletter

Hope you are well and you have enjoyed some time in the fine crisp cold weather we have been having the past few weeks! A lot of changes were happening around the world and with nature too as the days shorten animals are getting ready for hibernation. Sea Synergy marine awareness centre is too in…

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August 29, 2019

Events and Activities catch up from Summer

Past activities & events catch up! Summer Sea Camp We had an exciting week with a lovely group of budding marine biologists on our sea camp! Sessions were packed full of fun with talks, activities, experiments, and games to teach marine mammals, sharks and fish, rocky seashore species and marine conservation. Highlights were showing the…

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August 29, 2019

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