Sea Shepherd Albany
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(most recent events first)
23rd of September 2013 Pirate Party
The venue was transformed into a pirate ship's Captain's Quarters, and filled with Albany's finest pirates. Messer's Lore and Big Dave Guyer provided the piratey music, while best dressed conestants walked the plank for the judges to decide the winners. Rum was the drink of choice and everyone had a great time! Pics are available on our Facebook page.
Sun 18th November
At the most popular brewery on the South Coast, Boston Brewery
Congratulations to all the Great Southern/Albany Sea Shepherd chapter. Over 550 people came through the door for the SPRING FLING! James, Karen and all the team were amazing, as were the bands, MC (John) and AV guru(Mark). Peter Hammarstedt and I were so impressed with the venue, the event, the ground support crew and the amazing support of the public. Thanks so much to everyone that made this event possible as money raised will go straight into fuelling our fleet to shut these whale poachers down once and for all.
Thank you all :) Much respect team, Jeff Hansen
Thank you Perth and Fremantle!
Sea Shepherd would like to say a big "Thank You" to the people of Perth and Fremantle for the generous amounts of wonderful food donations made to our crew on the M/V Steve Irwin and M/V Brigitte Bardot while it was docked in the area. Many individuals and local businesses filled their cars and trucks with much needed supplies for our crew.
There are 88 Volunteer crew onboard all three of our vessels and we are very grateful to the people of Perth and Fremantle to have three cooked meals a day to keep them going while in the Southern ocean.
Thanks again to the people of Western Australia!
November 12th, 2011
Captain Paul Watson, One Night Only
Thank you to the people of Perth!
Once again, Sea Shepherd would like to thank the people of Perth for helping us create another successful fundraiser!
As the event title suggested, we were lucky enough to have Captain Paul Watson in town for one night only to hear all about what the organisation has been up to this year as well as what's planned for Operation Divine Wind which is this summer's anti-whaling campaign in the southern oceans.