“A pearl is magical. It’s a shiny orb that comes out of a slippery mollusk,” says Josh Humbert of the Kamoka Pearl Farm. Kamoka produces pearls from oysters grown in the nutrient-rich lagoon of Ahe Atoll, 300 miles northeast of Tahiti. They adhere to the strictest levels of sustainable farming in the pearl world and have pioneered eco-farming techniques that have helped the environment by replenishing coral reefs and fish populations, as well as improving the quality of the pearls. The farm runs on solar and wind power, it’s fresh water comes from the rain, it’s oysters are cleaned by tropical fish, it’s farming area is a safe haven for fish to reproduce, and the mussel shell nuclei of the oysters is created from mother of pearl.
Juniper and I moored at Kamoka for several months and I have never seen water so alive- the reefs are in full bloom, the fish are abundant, and the pearls shimmer with a rainbow of iridescence. Kamoka is more than a farm, it’s a family and you can become a part of it by rocking one of their pearls!
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Sadly, my Renogy solar panels got stolen off of my boat in Hawaii. Renogy has kindly offered to sponsor my journey so that I get get new ones.
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Ranifly Oceanscapes swimwear is made from 100 % recycled ocean plastics! Sadly, between 4.8 and 12.7 million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean each year and 100,000 marine mammals die annually because of it? I am grateful to have met a cosmic mermaid who is helping to save the ocean with her swimwear & blessed to have her as a sponsor for Wilderness of Waves. The suit she made for me has jellyfish on the bottom & Rainbow Belizean Cephelopods on the top. This psychedelic suit is the softest suit I’ve ever worn, plus it feels amazing to wear something that is helping rescue marine life from our destructive human consumption.
Besides swimwear, Ranifly makes yoga clothes, dresses, and more. Every piece is handmade, sustainable, and ethical. If you are gonna buy something, buy something good for our planet.
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