This is a super comfortable shirt that will keep you dry and protect you from the sun!
3.8-ounce, 100% cationic polyester interlock
Gently contoured silhouette
Self-fabric v-neck with open hem sleeves; Double-needle sleeves and hem
“Try to be like the turtle -- at ease in your own shell.”
Sea Turtles have been around for over 110 million years!! Learn 14 fun facts about sea turtles in this video. A portion of all Rescue, Research, Release proceeds are donated to sea turtles based charities. Please have a look at our Stewardship program, Living the Hook and Bullet Life.
Here are some “do and don’t” tips to keep our beaches turtle-friendly:
- DO stay away from sea turtle nests marked with yellow stakes and tape, and seabird nesting zones that are bounded by ropes.
- DO remain quiet and observe from a distance if you encounter a nesting sea turtle or hatchlings.
- DO shield or turn off outdoor lights that are visible on the beach from May through October.
- DO close drapes after dark and stack beach furniture at the dune line or, ideally, remove it from the beach
- DO fill in holes that may entrap hatchlings on their way to the water.
- DON’T approach nesting turtles or hatchlings, make noise, or shine lights at turtles.
- DON’T use flashlights, head lamps or fishing lamps on the beach.
- DON’T encourage a turtle to move while nesting or pick up hatchlings that have emerged and are heading for the water.
- DON’T use fireworks on the beach.
- DON’T walk dogs on any Sarasota County beach other than Brohard Paw Park in Venice. There, dogs must be leashed or under voice control, according to county ordinances.
On the water
- Follow Coast Guard-approved safe boating guidelines and use vigilance to avoid striking sea turtles and other large marine life.
- Be sure to stow trash and line when under way. Marine debris that accidentally blows overboard or out of a truck can become ingested by or entangled around marine life.
- Wear polarized sunglasses to better see marine life in your path.