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Boston Sea Rovers 70th Ocean Expo Show Coming in March 2024

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We are returning to Danvers, Massachusetts, USA for our 70th Platinum Anniversary, March 16-17, with workshops beginning March 15th. We are excited to be bringing this show back to its full weekend format and advancing to the next level with surprises and cool features we’ve been busy planning for you.

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We are honored to announce that Jill Heinerth, Maxwel Hohn and Brian Skerry are confirmed as speakers for our highly regarded film festival held the evening of Saturday, March 16, 2024! Those who are immersed in the underwater world know of these speakers’ long list of impressive accomplishments.

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SPEAKERS

Jill Heinerth is an underwater explorer who captivated audiences worldwide with her autobiography Into the Planet. She was at the forefront of mapping caves of Florida and dove inside of Antarctica’s crumbling glaciers. Jill is an explorer-in-residence with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society.

Maxwel Hohn is an award-winning nature and wildlife cinematographer & photographer with a passion for showcasing our world’s underwater diversity. He specializes in underwater cinematography for documentary television and productions like Netflix, Disney, National Geographic, BBC, IMAX, and more. Maxwel is a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Brian Skerry is a film producer/director and veteran photojournalist specializing in marine wildlife. Brian’s signature style is to create stories and visuals that evoke emotion and connect audiences to stories that create positive impact. His recent documentary film credits include Secrets of the Whales and Return of the White Shark, both currently streaming on Disney+. In 2021 Brian received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary as a producer of Secrets of the Whales. Since 1998 Brian has been a contributing photographer for National Geographic Magazine, where he has created and photographed more than 30-feature stories, including 6 cover stories. In 2014 he was named as a National Geographic Society Photography Fellow and then named a National Geographic Society Storytelling Fellow in 2017, the same year he was awarded the title of Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year. In 2019 he received the NOGI Award for Arts.

The Boston Sea Rover is a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the underwater world. Started in 1954 as a means of educating the public on how to safely use scuba, our yearly show has evolved into a world-renowned three-day event that draws attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world. The show is designed to entertain and educate the public on topics of exploration, filmmaking, scientific discoveries, scuba diving, and more. The show consists of many facets designed for both the diving and non-diving public. Find more details on the Film Festival, Exhibit Hall, Daytime Presentations, Careers in Ocean and Marine Sciences (COMS), Workshops, Kids Activities, Art/Artifact Exhibit, and more.

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