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World Oceans Day in Antibes: the bluewater beach clean-up!

World Oceans Day was officially launched in 2003 and is now a global event occurring every year on 8th June. This initiative encourages people to help clean up our oceans and beaches, as well as promote the cause throughout the year.
Crowds of people collaborate all over the world by setting up events, fundraising and doing their bit to help the environment.

We need your help !

Bluewater is organising a beach clean-up in Antibes to support this fantastic initiative and we are inviting crew and local businesses to join us – everyone is welcome!

The clean-up will start at 5pm on Wednesday 8th June, at the entrance to the Royal Beach (16 boulevard Maréchal Leclerc, 06600 Antibes) and will be continuing along the whole of Salis Plage!

You can register for this event here:

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ashleigh on

The bluewater team looks forward to seeing you there!

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