The Oceans Podcast
The Oceans Podcast, Episode 10: Fredrik Christiansen - Whale research, human impacts and drones.

The Oceans Podcast, Episode 10: Fredrik Christiansen - Whale research, human impacts and drones.

March 8, 2020

In this episode, we focus on Dr Christiansen's research work into human impacts on marine mammals, in particular, baleen whales - //bit.ly/3cJr9Sf

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The Oceans Podcast, Episode 9: Tom & Sacha - Sunbutter reef safe sunscreen.

The Oceans Podcast, Episode 9: Tom & Sacha - Sunbutter reef safe sunscreen.

February 22, 2020

We catch up with Sunbutter reef-safe sunscreen co-founders Tom Hiney and Sacha Guggenheimer to talk everything sunscreen. 

Please check out Sunbutter at sunbutteroceans.com.au 

 

The Oceans Podcast, Episode 8: Dr Andy Lewis - The Coral Sea Foundation.

The Oceans Podcast, Episode 8: Dr Andy Lewis - The Coral Sea Foundation.

February 2, 2020

Bordered by the Great Barrier Reef and the island arcs of Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia, the Coral Sea contains the highest area of high-biodiversity coral reef remaining in the world. This episode, we talk with Dr Andy Lewis and discuss the Coral Sea and why it's too precious to lose.

 

 

 

 

The Oceans Podcast, Episode 7: Jeremy Taylor - Tales of Marine Interactions.

The Oceans Podcast, Episode 7: Jeremy Taylor - Tales of Marine Interactions.

January 19, 2020

What happens when you run out of fingers to count the Mantarays dancing around you? Or how do you describe the carpet of king penguins and half a million Antarctic fur seal pups surrounding you on a South Georgian beach? We find out this week when we chat to ocean wanderer, salty tour guide and downright legend Jeremy Taylor.

We discuss interactions with marine life and the emotions provoked by such experiences before touching on family ties, natural connections and plastics in our oceans.

Episode 6: Ren Mcgann - A Snapshot into Big Wave Photography.

Episode 6: Ren Mcgann - A Snapshot into Big Wave Photography.

January 4, 2020

In this weeks episode, we chat to surf photographer Ren Mcgann. Ren is based in Margaret River, Western Australia and fulfils his passion for the ocean by capturing stunning images of big waves and the surfers that risk their backs for the thrill of the ride.From working on the ocean to staring into the barrel of giant waves, we discuss what inspired him to live the salty life, as well as the challenges he's faced thus far.Ren's imagery is nothing short of remarkable, and it was a privilege to be able to share part of his story, so please check out his Instagram @ renmcgann, or visit his website @ renmcgann.comBe sure to follow us @ theoceanspodcastLastly, be site to check out TAKE 3 FOR THE SEA to find out how you can have a positive impact on our oceans//www.take3.org/

Episode 5: Jana & Beef - Nauti Nook Sailing Adventures.

Episode 5: Jana & Beef - Nauti Nook Sailing Adventures.

December 23, 2019

In this weeks episode, we chat to a couple of lifestyle sailors from their home upon the sea, Don Quijote. Jana and Beef are a pair of salty sea folk living out their dreams, sailing wherever the breeze carries them.From Zero to Hero, we discuss what inspired them to live life aboard the sea, as well as what has been their most significant hurdles to overcome thus far. We chat about learning the ropes, surfing, photography and more.I'd highly recommend checking out their YouTube videos @ Nauti Nook Sailing Adventures, or you can check out their Instagram @ nauti_nookBe sure to follow us @ theoceanspodcastLastly, be site to check out TAKE 3 FOR THE SEA to find out how you can have a positive impact on our oceans//www.take3.org/

Episode 4: Ocean Aimee - Life behind the lens.

Episode 4: Ocean Aimee - Life behind the lens.

December 6, 2019

In this episode, we chat to Aimee Jan, a professional underwater photographer. Aimee has an incredible passion for marine life and her love for the ocean shines through her images.Beginning her ocean journey in New Zealand, Aimee developed an early fascination with whales. This enchantment has led her to seek out an array of unbelievable encounters, and we touch on some of the most memorable experiences.We discuss the challenges of underwater photography and what it takes to get " That Shot."If you'd like to check out Aimee's breath-taking work, you can follow her on Instagram @ oceanaimeeBe sure to follow us on Instagram @ theoceanspodcast Lastly, be sure to check out TAKE 3 FOR THE SEA to find out how you can help and have a positive impact on our oceans//www.take3.org/

Episode 3: Greg Pickering - Once shy twice bitten.

Episode 3: Greg Pickering - Once shy twice bitten.

November 26, 2019

In this episode, we have a great chat with Greg Pickering.Starting as a youngster gazing into the deep blue, Greg developed a fascination with the ocean which has led him to win multiple spearfishing competitions and professional abalone diving.Greg's love for the ocean and diving has taken him around Australia and the world searching for large fish and new experiences.He openly shares his experiences with shark attacks and how it's changed his values and what he finds most important in life.We chat about the challenges of always being in the water and how his deep love for the ocean keeps calling him back.Touch base with Greg via Facebook if you have any questions - Greg Pickering.Be sure to check out TAKE 3 FOR THE SEA to find out how you can help and have a positive impact on our oceans.//www.take3.org/

Episode 2: Viktor Reshetniak - 100m on a single breath.

Episode 2: Viktor Reshetniak - 100m on a single breath.

October 3, 2019

In this episode, we chat to Viktor Reshetniak, a Ukrainian world-class free diver from living in the Philippines.We chat about what sparked his initial curiosity, what it took to achieve his goals, and what has led him to reach a depth of 100m during competition. Viktor shares the feelings and emotions of deep diving and a valuable outlook on his training and time in the water.We dive into the evolution of the sport and what the future holds. In most sports, you hear the words "90% mental, 10% physical". Never has this been truer than when talking about freediving.Touching on nutrition and life as a freediving instructor, Viktor informs us of where we can seek out courses.Cool, calm and collected. Those words perfectly describe the softy spoken Ukrainian, and even when touching on the subject of shallow water blackout, there is no sense of doubt of uncertainly in his words.When freediving, always remember that the number one thing you must always do is never dive alone. Go with a bu...

Episode 1: Andre and the sea - A dive into the life of a true ocean warrior.

Episode 1: Andre and the sea - A dive into the life of a true ocean warrior.

October 3, 2019

In this week’s episode, we chat to Andre Rerekura. Andre is an incredible water-man living in Exmouth, Western Australia. From pearl diving to underwater videography, he's not only made a living from the ocean but also experienced the incredible wonders the sea has to offer. He shares what drew him to the ocean, as well as the evolution of his ocean lifestyle.We chat about commercial diving, a recent trip to Raja Ampat, the presence of plastics in the Archipelago and what everyone can do to reduce the plastic tide, shallow water blackout and more.Andres passion for the ocean shines through the stories he has to share.If you are interested in knowing more about Andre or his work you can visit his website//www.andrererekuracreative.comAnd on Instagram - andrererekuracreativeTo check out the vessel Infamous, you can check them out on Instagram - infamis_expeditionsBe sure to check out TAKE 3 FOR THE SEA to find out how you can help and have a positive impact on our oceanshttps:/...

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