Harbour Village Beach Club
Nestled on a private, four-acre peninsula on the
Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire
Harbour Village Beach Club on Bonaire, has announced
a partnership with noted filmmaker, explorer
and ocean preservationist Fabien Cousteau.
Fabien is the grandson of famed explorer Jacques Cousteau, and has led the Mission 31 research project - the longest-ever expedition in a stationary undersea habitat.
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Cousteau says his vision is for Harbour Village to be the center of a ‘think tank’ on critical conservation and environmental issues facing our planet through two annual Global summits and conferences.
Harbour Village will also host “Fabien Cousteau Voyages,” providing small groups with high-end travel adventures on an NOAA research vessel and submarine.
Cousteau will expand his non-profit Ocean Learning Center, based in New York City, to the Southern Caribbean with headquarters at Harbour Village, furthering the resort’s eco-friendly amenities and offering educational programming for resort guests of all ages.
Additionally, Cousteau will join diving adventures with Harbour Village guests as well as unique experiences curated by the resort and Cousteau himself.
Browse through vacation packages, and learn more about diving at Harbour Village - http://www.harbourvillage.com/specials-en.html
- Ted Talks with Fabien Cousteau: What I learned from spending 31 days underwater
- Interview with Fabien Cousteau - learn about his work with the Ocean Learning Center