Protect the ocean
I love the sea and see myself as a part of it. With my initiative theBlueHeart I want to protect and preserve the oceans. I would be delighted if you were to join me. Show your love for the sea and support sustainable projects to protect the oceans.
We understand that we depend on the ocean and need to treat the nature better. That's why theBlueHeart gets involved and supports projects for people and animals who live in and for the sea. Show your love! Protect your love! Show your THE BLUE HEART!
My current projects can be found on my website...
Epic Swim Seychelles - 2nd attempt in spring 2024
"We looked each other in the eye with Jürgen and the whole team and everyone was clear - we will come back and try again."
Not out of spite, but out of passion and following the call of the ocean and the locals of the Seychelles, I will return and start a new attempt.
Around 52km from the main island of Mahé across the open Indian Ocean to the idyllic resort island of La Digue - swimming, 15-18 hours, without technical aids. Puristic and genuine, becoming a part of the sea as a human being, swimming with the sea and not against it.
theBlueHeart At School
Marine conservation is not an individual sport; only as a team do we have a chance to make a difference. theBlueHeart is therefore especially aimed at children and young people. We want to encourage and inspire them to develop their own ideas and become active. In the future, there will be a digital platform for this purpose, on which we will provide schools with various digital materials for lesson planning.
We are working together with the Cool Down Earth Foundation from Krefeld.
You too can support this work by buying a statement and/or a T-shirt. Show your BLUE HEART!
"You are welcome to visit me and see what we are doing here for the conservation of the environment and the ocean". My longtime friend Sascha Ritter has found his adopted home in the Philippines, more precisely in El Nido, where he lives his passion for conservation.
Understanding the people who live with and from the ocean, how to sustainably deal with nature with limited possibilities and in the daily struggle for survival, that's what we went to see on site. Deeply impressed, we have learned a lot and also support and launched some concrete projects.