our work Seagrass has a wide range of national and international clients and we are proud of the projects we work on. Have a look below at some of our work and you’ll notice that we don’t do dull. We work on things that we believe in and that means we don’t need to fake it (which is lucky as that’s something we’re rubbish at). We regularly gush about the projects we’re working on and we don’t apologise for that. Well, sometimes we do when we get carried away, but we know that our enthusiasm is infectious and when we’re excited about a project it’s not long before we’ve got a lot of other people excited too. Here are a few of the clients and projects we’re proud to work with: Sail Training International Sail Training International commissioned Seagrass to manage the PR and media relations for the 2017 Tall Ships Races in Kotka and Turku, Finland. Association of Sail Training Organisations The Association of Sail Training Organisations (ASTO) contracted Seagrass to manage the PR for its member vessels taking part in the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta. SwimTrek Seagrass was commissioned by international adventure swimming tour operator SwimTrek to provide communications consultancy services including crisis communications planning. Oarsome Chance Foundation Seagrass supported the Oarsome Chance Foundation by providing PR and media services for the launch of its new base in Gosport and the annuncement of its patron solo sailor Alex Thomson. Oceans of Hope Seagrass managed the international public relations, communications and event management for the launch phase of Oceans of Hope, a global voyage to change perceptions of multiple sclerosis backed by international biotech firm, Biogen Idec. Jubilee Sailing Trust Seagrass was engaged by the UK charity Jubilee Sailing Trust to promote the global voyage of Lord Nelson. The Norton Rose Fulbright Sail the World Challenge was the first-ever circumnavigation by an accessible tall ship. Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust Seagrass was commissioned to develop and run a participatory open water swimming event by the UK charity Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust. The Solent Swim Challenge raised over £35,000 for the charity which provides sailing experiences for young people recovering from cancer. Clipper Ventures Plc As Clipper Ventures Plc’s Head of Communications, Seagrass Director Anna Wardley managed all internal and external communications between 2005–08, and Seagrass continues to provide services for the global marine events company on a consultancy basis. Olympic & Paralympic News Service Seagrass provided reporting and editing services for the Olympic and Paralympic News Service at London 2012. Based in Weymouth and Portland, home of the sailing events, Seagrass provided real-time news reports to the international media throughout the event. Five Island Swim Challenge Seagrass managed the media and PR for Founding Director Anna Wardley's Five Island Swim Challenge, an unprecendented series of international endurance swims culminating with a 60-mile non-stop swim around the Isle of Wight raising £60,000 for charity and generating media coverage all over the globe.