Adopt Your Own Coral Frame
to Rejuvenate the Reefs in the Maldives
Help Us Save The Reefs
unique gift – celebrate someone special – commemorate an event
Why? Coral reefs are home to the most diverse ecosystem in the world, but 25% of all marine life is under threat because of climate change.
Who? Reefscapers is one of the most successful and recognised coral reef propagation projects in the world. We have planted more than half a million coral colonies all over the Maldives, on more than 7,000 coral frames.
How? As world leader in coral reef restoration, Reefscapers is offering the best solution to restore coral reefs by creating your own reef scape thanks to our pioneering and ground-breaking coral frame techniques.
Your own Reef! Once you adopt your coral frame, our marine biologists will send you a unique reference number to follow your coral growth online, through bi-annual photo-monitoring updates.
Choose your desired frame size (or the heart shape) and then select a Location (island) from the dropdown list. You may also write your name or a short dedication on the frame’s ID tag (2 rows of 18 characters, A-Z/0-9).
Once you have made your selection, clicking the ‘Pay Now‘ button will transfer you to the secure PayPal site, where you can review your details before making payment. You will be prompted to login to your PayPal account like normal, or you can elect to pay with credit card (no account required).
After payment confirmation, our coral biologist will start building your frame, and will notify you within a week with further information and your online photographs.
If you wish to adopt multiple frames, contact us to discuss sponsoring a patch of reef of a given size, and we can create a custom shape in the lagoon.
Coral Frame Dimensions
Small: h 50cm, w 110cm (base) & 40cm (top); 32 fragments.
Medium: h 60cm, w 180cm (base) & 58cm (top); 56 fragments.
Large: h 55cm, w 200cm (base) & 110cm (top); 90 fragments.
The Ocean thanks you for your valuable contribution towards safeguarding the coral reefs
Moving our coral frames – Reefscapers director Thomas Le Berre at Kuda Huraa, Maldives. (c) George Steinmetz