Expedition Sponsors


Gourikwa Nature


Wilderness KwikSpar





Recovered tackle


Strandloper Project
Finding a solution for recreational fishing pollution


Strandloper Project Expedition


Corporate Support.


Planning an expedition of any nature is a daunting task. Logistics, overnight venues, food and water and equipment are huge component of an expeditions expenses. Fortunately the Strandloper Project has received support for our expedition from local businesses.



Accommodation Sponsors

Research Expedition.

The expedition was 210km over 11 days. While we were blessed with fair to good weather, there was one day of torrential rain that had us scattering for shelter till it passed.

Local Support.

Every campaign requires numerous aspects in the planning phase to ensure it's success.

For the Strandloper Project Coastal Expedition having the support of local businesses and landowners is imperative to the success of our awareness campaign of the threat of fishing and plastic trash to marine ecology and biodiversity.

The Strandloper Project would like to thank our sponsors for their support, without which we wouldn't have been able to accomplish as much as we did.


Our initial plans were to forage at least one meal per day, but with our rigorous survey program and the long hours of hiking we were extremely thankful for the provision of food by Wilderness KwikSpar.


Food Sponsorship


Strandloper Forage


Though the expedition team were prepared to sleep in caves and camp on the expedition, local establishments and home owners offered us accommodation for the entire hike.

Thanks to the following families and establishments for their generous hospitality.

Along the remote coastline east of Stilbaai the Rust Family will host us for two nights.

Gourikwa Nature Reserve

Mossel Bay Protea Hotel

Todd Family

Sandpiper Cottages

Sea Plaas

Inverroche Gin.

Dollies Cottage

Pauline Cloete.




Branding Sponsorship

Evolution of a Logo.

As plans for the Strandloper Project Coastal Expedition began in earnest we soon realized that we required a logo that told the story about the expedition.

Mark had commissioned an artist to produce a logo which included some rock art, waves and a fish hook.

Independently Melinda had designed a fish hook in the sand on one of her training beach walks.

She then developed it into a full blown logo and included a knot, a line and heartbeat to represent the pulse of ocean health.

Chris then offered to refine the logo and shifted the line and pulse above the text and transformed the font and text colour.

Cindy Kershaw from Cindy Kershaw Design then offered to cleanup and make the final changes to the logo.

And the rest is history.

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