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Okeanos Marshall Islands is an extended innovative venture of the Okeanos-Foundation for the Sea.

Our magnificent Walap/Vaka Motu is exclusively environmentally friendly fused with known best practices on Pacific Islands traditional knowledge and modern designs running purely on green energies (Wind, Solar and Coconut Oil).

Okeanos Marshall Islands crew thrives to assist their government and sea transport sector to provide their remote outer island communities with more direct,frequent, reliable and more efficient sea transport services, and at the same time advocating for the environment and sustainable sea transportation.

Our Goals:

Sustainable Sea Transportation
Climate Change Preparedness and Resiliency
Traditional Knowledge
Disaster Relief Reduction and Mitigation
Research and Education Platform
Sustainable Community Service (Intra-island and Inter-island)
Promotion of the Environment
Support of RMI’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Gender Equality Advocacy
Promoting  Tourism
Innovation
Contribution to the national Economy and Workforce


IVANANCY
VUNIKURA

Crew Member

RAKIMI
TIBON

Crew Member

SUNSHINE
LANG

Volunteer

TOHITIKA ALEX
SANCHEZ

Captain


Latest news

  • Okeanos delivers early gift
    All five inhabited islands in Maloelap Atoll reported experiencing food shortages for the past three months. Local food crops are slowly recovering from the recent drought, said Dustin Langidrik, who manages the Okeanos vessel in RMI. “Just in time for the Christmas, and where needed most, Okeanos Marshall Islands delivered ... read more
  • Voyage to learn about Migration and Climate Change – Sailing to Ailuk Atoll, Marshall Islands
    For the past weeks, I have joined the Okeanos Marshall Islands on their trips to Outer Islands supporting the local communities. My first sail in the Pacific was to Ailuk Atoll. To reach the island took us two days over a rough and windy ocean. Although I had basically no ... read more
  • COP23: PRESIDENT REMENGESAU ANNOUNCES GREEN CLIMATE FUND PROPOSAL FOR SUSTAINABLE SEA TRANSPORTATION
    On 14 November 2017 at the 23rd UN Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, His Excellency President Tommy​ ​Remengesau Jr.​ ​of​ ​Republic​ ​of​ ​Palau​, Her Excellency President Hilda​ ​Heine​ ​of​ ​Republic​ ​of​ ​Marshall​ ​Islands​, His Excellency Vice President Yosiwo​ ​George​ ​of​ ​the​ ​Federated​ ​States​ ​of​ ​Micronesia​, Okeanos Foundation ... read more
  • NGOs descend upon Bonn from all corners of the world
      Iva Nancy Vunikura is in Bonn to save her native island of Fiji from extinction. She is just one of countless non-governmental organization members who have come to Bonn to make their voices heard. An overwhelming number and variety of organizations, initiatives and groups have come to Bonn from ... read more
  • New video about our vaka ‘Okeanos Marshall Islands’
      Okeanos Marshall Islands, led by managing director Dustin LoMoki Langidrik, is serving the people of the outer islands with traditionally designed sustainable sea transportation. Okeanos Foundation is excited to share the inspiring work of Okeanos Marshall Islands at COP23 in support of her Excellency President Hilda Heine, Office of ... read more
  • The Starchasers: Behind The Scenes of Okeanos’ newest documentary
      It’s been a busy summer for Okeanos Foundation for the Sea. Not only did Okeanos Foundation deliver two new vessels to Pacific communities in need of their own form of sustainable sea transportation, with the vaka motu Okeanos Marshall Islands and SoelYacht’s all-solar catamaran the Okeanos Pearl, but our ... read more

Okeanos Marshall Islands is part of the Okeanos Foundation Pan-Pacific Network