If you haven’t cleaned whale bones or measured a turtle’s carapace on a moonlit beach at 2 am, then you’re at the wrong marine biology summer camp.
A Broadreach marine biology experience is a full-on, hands-on learning adventure, under the guidance of some of the world’s top oceanographers, marine scientists and conservationists. Middle school and high school students get to study marine science in a way that few can, hopping from one island to the next on a live-aboard yacht, or living and working at renowned research centers. Whether it’s out in the seagrass beds of the Bahamas, tracking orcas in British Columbia, performing community service by helping baby sea turtles in Costa Rica or diving with sharks in Fiji, no marine bio summer camp goes farther or deeper than we do.
“The humpback put on a show breaching in front of us and then her travel companion popped up right next to the boat. ” —Erin Wilson