Due to the new restriction measures for the pandemic that started today in Attica region, and specifically the prohibition of gatherings of more than 9 people, the coastal and underwater cleanup scheduled for Saturday, September 26th in Freattida, as part of the “Sea...read more
With the beginning of autumn, we would like to express our warmest gratitude to all the print and electronic media that promoted gratis HELMEPA's Clean Seas and Beaches messages during the summer months. Newspapers and magazines of maritime, economic, touristic and...read more
30 years of the International Coastal Cleanup Campaign in Greece: We participate again this year, WITH CAUTION!
The International Coastal Cleanup Campaign, organized every fall, is the oldest and broadest public and coastal waste awareness effort, an initiative by the non-governmental organization Ocean Conservancy. According to the Trash Free Seas Annual Report that was just...read more
HELMEPA continues to support young scientists in their effort to obtain further educational qualifications for their personal development as well as for the benefit of society, by awarding scholarships for postgraduate studies in the maritime field and that of...read more
HELMEPA's first online Workshop titled "Safety at Sea" was successfully held on July 2nd, with 140 participants from Greece and Cyprus. Focusing on safety and accident prevention on small commercial and private boats, as well as fishing and sailing boats, the Workshop...read more
The Covid-19 pandemic may have not allowed the coastal cleanup campaign, coordinated by HELMEPA every May throughout Greece, to go ahead, but we are pleased to notice that our Member and cooperating entities are organizing coastal cleanup actions throughout Greece. In...read more
We welcome the new Members who enrolled in HELMEPA during June. Specifically, the below Managing companies enrolled as Members the ship-owning companies of the following 8 vessels, under their management: - ARCADIA SHIPMANAGEMENT – T/S AEGEAN VISION, T/S AEGEAN...read more