GoGreen Portals

GoGreen Credits & Reef Worlds

Dynamic Reef Designed For Tourism And The Environment.

Combining business savvy profitability with underwater, coral reef conservation and sustainability.

Resort Artificial Reefs

gogreen portals artificial reef helps build a new habitat for a wide variety of marine life

 

Nearshore reef loss is a global problem, artificial reef helps build a new habitat for a wide variety of marine life yet do little to excite resort hotel guests. Our unique and compelling artificial reef design attract both wildlife and new guests.

 

Coral reefs are dying all around the world.

Human impact on coral reefs is significant.

gogreen credits marine life and coral reef conservation

Creating New and Exciting Underwater Revenue Spaces at Resort Hotel

 

Resort hotel coral reefs are being pushed to the brink. For the past three years, many of the world’s five star resort reefs have been hammered by “the longest and most widespread coral bleaching event on record,” according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Since the 1970s, climate change, El Niño events, overfishing, pollution, and other pressures, have caused nearshore resort reefs to decline at an unprecedented rate. As coral continue to be assailed from all sides, the question becomes: what happens to a resort hotel "bottom line" when coral reefs disappear?

Today's discerning and connected travelers want to improve the places they visit, ensuring that local environments are helped, not harmed, by their presence.

Fortunately a new generation of resort hoteliers are offering them the chance to do just that by innovating their declining waterfronts . Welcome to the age of "Habitat Tourism".

Reef Worlds designs and builds uniquely art inspired, artificial reef tourism sites for resort hotels. Nearshore reef loss is a trending global problem affecting your bottom line as guests travel further afield to snorkel and dive on the world's last pristine reefs.

Our exciting snorkel and scuba parks offer completely interactive play experiences for the whole family. Rebuilding lost habitat, keeping your guests on-property, while attracting a new generation of return patrons to your resort hotel.

 

 

Reef Worlds Sustainability Assets for Resort Hotels

Combining business savvy profitability with underwater, coral reef conservation and sustainability.

Reef Worlds build dynamic, artificial reefs to create underwater revenue opportunities for resort hotels. The reefs promote sustainability within marine ecosystems, engage resort hotel guests with interactive adventures and enhance a resort hotel’s responsible travel and environmentally conscious status.

Each uniquely designed artistic reef provides diving, snorkel and tour experiences, attracting revenue with an inspired tourism development. We also design shark research and education centers for resort hotels to offer conservation and responsible shark encounter activities.

Today's discerning and connected travelers want to improve the places they visit, ensuring that local environments are helped, not harmed, by their presence.

In-Progress Reef Worlds Projects:

We are currently involved in several high-profile projects.

  • Pearl of Dubai (Dubai) (completion 2020) is a five acre Lost City with cast bronze elements creating a unique environment and providing protection to seriously declining numbers of hamour fish in the region.

Each uniquely designed artistic reef provides diving, snorkel and tour experiences, attracting revenue with an inspired tourism development. We also design shark research and education centers for resort hotels to offer conservation and responsible shark encounter activities.

Based in LA, with an international team, Reef Worlds is the creation of Patric Douglas, a film and TV producer who works alongside engineers, designers, creative set designers from award-winning Hollywood blockbusters, marine biologists and coral biologists.

  • Gods of The Maya (Mexico) (completion 2017) is a four acre site designed with Mayan art with a dive training center, two snorkel trails as well as an orphan coral transplant program and a coral farm.

  • FIFA Underwater Broadcast Studio (Qatar) (completion 2018) is not an artificial reef but an underwater aquarium with sharks and rays as well as a dry broadcast space from which to report on the Qatar World Cup 2022.
 
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