Kenna Eco Diving, Spain

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We are scuba divers who care about preserving the oceans for the health of our planet - for the sake of all life on earth and for future generations of divers to enjoy. We are volunteers, actively engaged in marine conservation research and awareness-raising activities, locally and via the internet.

We arrrange scuba diving and activity holidays, and offer discount diving equipment, in order to support our main objective: to carry out marine conservation research as volunteers for the SILMAR Project. We are voluntary coordinators for the SILMAR Project, taking responsibility for two research stations near L'Escala, where we collect marine data to help inform local coastal planning and the conservation of priority habitats like the Posidonia oceanica beds.

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Padi Divemaster

576,24 EUR

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Catalan; Valencian

Spanish; Castilian

Dutch; Flemish

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Padi Divemaster

576,24 EUR

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Padi Rescue Diver & EFR

364,23 EUR

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Padi Rescue Diver

326,17 EUR

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Padi Advanced Open Water

260,94 EUR

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Padi Open Water

342,48 EUR

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Ecodiver

12/10/13 at 12:15

Found a pair of seahorses with volunteer, Marianne, from Costa Rica.

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Betty

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Posted on 23/08/15 at 19:16

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Good experience

I divied with Kenna ecodiving for the marine research and conservation program and it was a good experience, with great people and a good atmosphere.

Teresa

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Posted on 23/08/15 at 10:00

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Seahorse research

I joined Kenna Eco Diving as a student intern to gain fieldwork experience helping with their marine conservation projects. It was an amazing experience! I learned so much and had the privilege of seeing wild seahorses mating! They have now found 50 individual seahorses and have a huge photo database from which they can recognise each one. Volunteers who find a new one get the chance to name it. How cool is that?

Ecodiver

L'Escala, Girona, Spain

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Posted on 18/10/13 at 16:13

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Research diving including local ecology training

If you are interested in marine conservation and would like to get involved with monitoring key species on the Costa Brava, this is the place to come. A great opportunity for underwater photographers and for marine biology students to gain hands on fieldwork experience.