Festival of Seas
Celebrating 25 Years of CCMI
We invite you to share in the excitement and join the celebration to mark the Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s (CCMI) 25 years of marine research, conservation, and education in the Cayman Islands.
DATE: Saturday, 4th November 2023
TIME: 6:30 – 11 pm
VENUE: Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa
DRESS: Black Tie and Silver Sparkle
COST: Standard ticket: CI $300; Table of 10: CI $3000
VIP Table of 10: CI $5000 – SOLD OUT
This milestone gala will be an elegant evening soiree, celebrating the first 25 years of CCMI’s work for coral reefs – and looking ahead to what our team of professionals can do with the support of our stakeholders. You’ll arrive to the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa and receive a welcome glass of bubbles before we head into the ballrooms for a 3-course dinner by the talented chefs at the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa. During the evening, you can bid on great items in our online auction, buy raffle tickets, get swept into the fun of the live auction, enjoy the keynote address by free diver Tanya Streeter, and dance the night away to live music by Lionfish.
Enjoy this once-a-year opportunity to share an evening with others who are passionate about saving coral reefs and who join in our vision of vibrant oceans and healthy coral reefs for the future.
This vision begins with you, and we hope you will come together in support of coral reefs at Festival of Seas!
Festival of Seas is CCMI’s largest fundraising event of the year and will sustain our operations, education and research programmes in the Cayman Islands for the year to come. Our supporters will also help us grow our reach and impact in research and education as we move forward with expansion plans that will grow our capacity and capabilities. This growth will have even greater impact on the health of coral reefs that benefits the entire Cayman Islands community – and beyond.
You can reserve tickets now by emailing us. An online purchase option will be available soon!
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Support CCMI at Festival of Seas
CCMI relies on the support of a vast network of supporters, volunteers and like- minded individuals that allow us to continue advancing towards evidence-based solutions to improve the health of our coral reefs. Festival of Seas will raise critical funds to support our operations and strengthen our domestic science education and research programmes as we look ahead to an exciting future expansion of our organisation, facilities, and programmes.
We invite you to support this event is a variety of ways:
- Join as an Event Sponsor – ticketed sponsor levels begin at CI $2500
- Donate an item to our online silent auction or for the live auction
- Add on a donation to your ticket at the Staghorn Supporter level (CI $1000) for brand exposure at the event – or in any amount to help ensure this evening is a success!
Contact CCMI to get more information and to express your interest in making this a successful event!
Standard: CI $300 ea
Table of 10: CI $3000
VIP* Table of 10: CI $5000 – SOLD OUT
Includes welcome drink, canapes, a 3-course dinner with 2 glasses of wine, live music, dancing, and more!
*VIP tickets are only sold as a table of 10, and is limited availability. VIP tickets include an upgraded food and wine experience, premium seating, and a coral dome sponsorship.
Watch this space for information about our online auction and other ways you can support CCMI through the annual Festival of Seas gala.
Event if you are unable to attend, you can still help us reach our fundraising goals!
You can donate to CCMI even if you are unable to attend the event. Your donation helps underpin our growing research, conservation, and education programmes.
Many thanks to our Festival of Seas 2023 Sponsors
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