The ReefLine

Miami Beach, FL
Project in development phase

The ReefLine is a large scale environmental public art project. It calls attention to the need for conservation of our oceans and shorelines and the impact that climate change is having on these communities through a stunning new marine art park off the coast of Miami Beach.

These artistic reef installations are designed by leading scientists and inspired by international artists working together to make an immersive interactive art reef. This artistic park will serve as marine habitat and will be used for recreation, education and awareness about issues plaguing our marine environments. 
Developed by BlueLab Preservation Society in partnership with the City of Miami Beach, The ReefLine is an example of how creative ventures can be an important part of the economy—in this case, the blue economy, which includes ocean—based conservation, business and ecotourism.

Once completed, the underwater public sculpture park, snorkel trail and artificial reef will be 7 miles long.

“To protect the ocean, the blue heart of the planet, we must do everything possible to save the last wild places. But hope for the ocean also means restoring.

health to damaged areas, and engaging the public to watch, learn, and be involved as recovery progresses.

The ReefLine´s vision demonstrates that we can work with nature creatively and get to a better place. We not only can. We will. We must.”

Dr. Sylvia Earle
Marine biologist, oceanographer, explorer, author, and lecturer.
National Geographic explorer-in-residence since 1998.
First female chief scientist of  U.S. National Oceanic Administration.
Time Magazine’s first Hero for the Planet.

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