Sea Machines isn’t just developing industry-changing technology, we are committed to responsible business. Sea Machines operates with engrained goals of zero impact to the natural environment and societal support through education and uplift.

Here are some of the ways that Sea Machines is fulfilling its purpose while leaving a non-negative impact on the natural environment and a positive impact on society.

Carbon-neutral since 2018

Our business generates carbon emissions, mainly from corporate air travel and vessel operations. We offset our emissions through the planting of new trees, as facilitated by Trees for the Future. This partnership allows Sea Machines to mitigate its own carbon footprint, revitalize environments and change people’s lives through the sustainable act of planting trees.

Sea Machines has supported the planting of 93,000+ trees.

Conserving oceans

The company proudly supports the Sea Turtle Conservancy as part of our dedication to natural ocean environment conservation.

Our contributions further sea turtle research and conservation efforts.

Investing in Future Leaders

Sea Machines believes in empowering the next generation of mariners and marine scientists. That’s why we support Boston University-accredited program SEA Semester, an Environmental Studies program focused on the ocean.

The company helps to prepare future leaders focused a the domain that covers more than 70 percent of the planet.

Enabling higher education

As a Boston-based company, Sea Machines is committed to the local community. One way we show support is with funding to Bottom Line, a non-profit that helps under-served, first-generation students get into college and earn degrees.

We are elevating students to achieve higher-level educational opportunities.

Protecting waterways

In 2021, Sea Machines partnered with the Mystic River Watershed Association to support their mission of protecting water quality, restoring important habitat, building climate resilience, transforming parks and paths, and inspiring youth and community members.

Sea Machines’ first-annual, volunteer river clean-up day resulted in 29 garbage bags of trash removed from Draw Seven State Park, in Somerville, Mass.

Helping those in need

Der Hafen Hilft (translated to The Port Helps) is a Hamburg-based organization that collects surplus and gently used household items, including furniture, computers, bedding and towels, from cruise ships and other maritime-related businesses to donate to local people who have recently been rehoused, who are refugees or are in other ways in need.

As a member of Der Hafen Hilft, Sea Machines does its part to throw a life ring to those who need support.

Join our team.

Sea Machines is hiring. We are always interested in receiving resumes from people driven by innovation and looking to make a mark.

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