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Sea Rescue on the Mediterranean Sea with our ships ALAN KURDI and SEA-EYE 4

Regensburg, Germany

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Sea Rescue on the Mediterranean Sea with our ships ALAN KURDI and SEA-EYE 4

Regensburg, Germany

We have sent our rescue ships into the Mediterranean, the ALAN KURDI and the SEA-EYE 4 next year, in order to help people in distress at sea. But we need donations. Will you help us?

G. Isler from Sea-Eye e. V. | 
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About this project

We are acting, because no one should drown at our external borders! We operate on site to prevent people from drowning and to inform the public.

The Mediterranean Sea is the deadliest escape route. That´s why we bought another ship, to be able to rescue even more people in distress at sea. Our new ship, the SEA-EYE 4 is currently getting prepared for rescue operations with the help of many volunteers in the shipyard. We need your help now. Only through your donations we can equip the SEA-EYE 4 adequately and carry out our rescue missions. 

Pitch in now so that we can send the ALAN KURDI and the SEA-EYE 4 into action!

We need you, because everyone has the right to life and to be rescued from distress at sea. Help us with your donation!

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About the organization:

We protect the human right to life.

We get involved, inform and show solidarity.

We are here because human rights do not end at the European external borders.

We act where we are needed: we search for people in distress at sea, pull them out of the water, take care of them and take them to a safe place.

This is why Sea-Eye e. V. exists. Over the last five years, our association partook in the rescue of 15.189* lives.

*last updated  November 16, 2020

Updated at 16. December 2020