O'Neill Sea Odyssey

@oneillseaodyssey

O'Neill Sea Odyssey provides a hands-on educational experience to 4th–6th grade students to promote the protection and preservation of our living sea.

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Help us keep protecting the Monterey bay with @noaasanctuaries ! 
As the Trump Administration reviews the status of recent national monument designations, Dan Haifley, Executive Director of O’Neill Sea Odyssey, will give a talk on the 25th Anniversary of the creation of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Join us on Sat September 23rd, 10am at SCPD's community room. Details via link in bio!

Help us keep protecting the Monterey bay with @noaasanctuaries !
As the Trump Administration reviews the status of recent national monument designations, Dan Haifley, Executive Director of O’Neill Sea Odyssey, will give a talk on the 25th Anniversary of the creation of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Join us on Sat September 23rd, 10am at SCPD's community room. Details via link in bio!

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

Back to school means back on board! To kick off O'Neill Sea Odyssey's 2017-2018 school year, two 5th grade classes from Von Renner Elementary traveled from their Newman, CA campus, nearly 100 miles away, to spend the day on Monterey Bay. For all 52 students, this was their first time participating with O'Neill Sea Odyssey and as their teacher, Miriam Rempel, pointed out, "This is the first time most have been on the ocean." Together with teacher, Mary Beth Roe, the Sea Odyssey lessons and hands-on experience will be used to build on their marine ecology program throughout the year. Photo by @jazzper22

Back to school means back on board! To kick off O'Neill Sea Odyssey's 2017-2018 school year, two 5th grade classes from Von Renner Elementary traveled from their Newman, CA campus, nearly 100 miles away, to spend the day on Monterey Bay. For all 52 students, this was their first time participating with O'Neill Sea Odyssey and as their teacher, Miriam Rempel, pointed out, "This is the first time most have been on the ocean." Together with teacher, Mary Beth Roe, the Sea Odyssey lessons and hands-on experience will be used to build on their marine ecology program throughout the year. Photo by @jazzper22

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We are currently a member of @newleafcmarket's envirotoken program on 41st Ave and downtown SC locations. Bring your own bags when you shop and slide that token in our box! There are even more ways to support Sea Odyssey, just check out our support page, link in bio!

We are currently a member of @newleafcmarket's envirotoken program on 41st Ave and downtown SC locations. Bring your own bags when you shop and slide that token in our box! There are even more ways to support Sea Odyssey, just check out our support page, link in bio!

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At New Leaf Community Market

Come get your ocean is Alive T-shirts for 10% off this weekend at the O'Neill Surf Shop on 41st! All the profits help support Sea Odyssey and you get to represent our mission to help keep our oceans clean. The shirt is based off of Jack's quote "The ocean is alive and we've got to protect it."

Come get your ocean is Alive T-shirts for 10% off this weekend at the O'Neill Surf Shop on 41st! All the profits help support Sea Odyssey and you get to represent our mission to help keep our oceans clean. The shirt is based off of Jack's quote "The ocean is alive and we've got to protect it."

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At O'Neill Surf Shop

A funny before-during-after series, students getting out of their comfort zone and using one of their best explorer tools- the mouth! What better way to get a sense of whats under the sea than to taste what grows there. During the Marine Ecology station aboard, students have the option to taste the same kelp (previously collected and washed of course) you see all the time if you’ve ever surfed or swum in Santa Cruz. In this part of the program, we mentally submerge ourselves in a kelp forest to explore food webs, their unique residents, incredible diversity, human uses, and high productivity of kelp beds. We end by brainstorming ways that humans impact kelp forests and problem solve how to reduce negative impacts! #OSO100k #OSOloveskelp

A funny before-during-after series, students getting out of their comfort zone and using one of their best explorer tools- the mouth! What better way to get a sense of whats under the sea than to taste what grows there. During the Marine Ecology station aboard, students have the option to taste the same kelp (previously collected and washed of course) you see all the time if you’ve ever surfed or swum in Santa Cruz. In this part of the program, we mentally submerge ourselves in a kelp forest to explore food webs, their unique residents, incredible diversity, human uses, and high productivity of kelp beds. We end by brainstorming ways that humans impact kelp forests and problem solve how to reduce negative impacts! #OSO100k #OSOloveskelp

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

Our Adam Webster fund is essential for getting special needs students from Central California out on the Sea Odyssey learning about and experiencing the ocean. Adam Webster loved sailing and after he passed away, his parents worked with us to raise money for special needs Sea Odyssey classes. If you have a moment check out our blog post on the fund(oso100k.org/blog) and donate to it via the line in our bio!

Our Adam Webster fund is essential for getting special needs students from Central California out on the Sea Odyssey learning about and experiencing the ocean. Adam Webster loved sailing and after he passed away, his parents worked with us to raise money for special needs Sea Odyssey classes. If you have a moment check out our blog post on the fund(oso100k.org/blog) and donate to it via the line in our bio!

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

"The vision of the Adam Webster Fund of O’Neill Sea Odyssey is to provide a successful but not purely intellectual or academic learning experience for individuals with special needs in the context of the ocean environment. There won’t necessarily always be an academic curriculum, but there will always be a plan. A plan to open the doors of life and living closed by physical, social, intellectual, and emotional barriers. Special needs individuals may benefit from learning about navigation, but perhaps just as much from feeling the rolling motion of the ocean as the wave movement stimjlates a body and a sensory system that has been immobile and confined to a wheelchair for years...That is our vision.” - Tom and Judy Webster (quote borrowed from http://www.slideserve.com/latona/adam-webster-memorial-fund-o-neill-sea-odyssey)

"The vision of the Adam Webster Fund of O’Neill Sea Odyssey is to provide a successful but not purely intellectual or academic learning experience for individuals with special needs in the context of the ocean environment. There won’t necessarily always be an academic curriculum, but there will always be a plan. A plan to open the doors of life and living closed by physical, social, intellectual, and emotional barriers. Special needs individuals may benefit from learning about navigation, but perhaps just as much from feeling the rolling motion of the ocean as the wave movement stimjlates a body and a sensory system that has been immobile and confined to a wheelchair for years...That is our vision.” - Tom and Judy Webster (quote borrowed from http://www.slideserve.com/latona/adam-webster-memorial-fund-o-neill-sea-odyssey)

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Weekend News: OSO members spotted again at local Santa Cruz Farmers' Market asking shoppers, "What does the ocean mean to you?" They got some positive answers and lots of smiles. Based on the results, the ocean seems to be something that most people deem worth protecting. Look out for their next appearance at a Farmers' Market near you!

Weekend News: OSO members spotted again at local Santa Cruz Farmers' Market asking shoppers, "What does the ocean mean to you?" They got some positive answers and lots of smiles. Based on the results, the ocean seems to be something that most people deem worth protecting. Look out for their next appearance at a Farmers' Market near you!

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At Santa Cruz Farmers' Market

Congratulations to Dr. Christen Allaman (associate pictured here) of Santa Cruz, CA for having his name randomly selected as the winner of Jack O'Neill's biography, "It's Always Summer on the Inside." We wish to thank Dr. Allaman and everyone who supported our 100,000th Student Campaign during the raffle period.  Turns out, Jack was a patient of his ophthalmology practice, Allaman Eye Care Medical Group, and was treated by Dr. Allaman for the last 21 years.  Serendipitous, I'd say!

Congratulations to Dr. Christen Allaman (associate pictured here) of Santa Cruz, CA for having his name randomly selected as the winner of Jack O'Neill's biography, "It's Always Summer on the Inside." We wish to thank Dr. Allaman and everyone who supported our 100,000th Student Campaign during the raffle period. Turns out, Jack was a patient of his ophthalmology practice, Allaman Eye Care Medical Group, and was treated by Dr. Allaman for the last 21 years. Serendipitous, I'd say!

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

“The physical and biological patterns of a place are imprinted on the mind so the ‘cognition, personality, creativity, and maturity-all are some way tied to particular gestalts of space. Knowledge of place where you are and where you come from is intertwined with knowledge of who you are. Landscape shapes mindscape.’” In turn, “Identity building- experience in place helps us become aware of how we ourselves are part of the web of life, we become aware of how we are embedded in an ecosystem.” (Place and Pedagogy, David Orr and Paul Shepard et al.) The ‘classroom ecosystem’ onboard an off during the day with OSO encourages students to work together within the context of the landscape they are learning about. In this way, they learn about themselves as members of larger systems, both human and environmental.

“The physical and biological patterns of a place are imprinted on the mind so the ‘cognition, personality, creativity, and maturity-all are some way tied to particular gestalts of space. Knowledge of place where you are and where you come from is intertwined with knowledge of who you are. Landscape shapes mindscape.’” In turn, “Identity building- experience in place helps us become aware of how we ourselves are part of the web of life, we become aware of how we are embedded in an ecosystem.” (Place and Pedagogy, David Orr and Paul Shepard et al.) The ‘classroom ecosystem’ onboard an off during the day with OSO encourages students to work together within the context of the landscape they are learning about. In this way, they learn about themselves as members of larger systems, both human and environmental.

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary

Last day to donate for a chance to win an exclusive copy of "Its Always Summer on the Inside." Please help support Sea Odyssey as we head towards 100,000 students! Click the link in our bio for more info

Last day to donate for a chance to win an exclusive copy of "Its Always Summer on the Inside." Please help support Sea Odyssey as we head towards 100,000 students! Click the link in our bio for more info

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

The Adam Webster Memorial Fund was founded by Tom and Judy Webster when their son Adam passed away in 1999. It provides the OSO program for cognitively and physically challenged individuals and has touched the lives of over 500 people including its students, teachers, and donors. In August 2009, OSO’s Adam Webster Memorial Fund received the Community Spinners award from the Special Parents Information Network for its work with special needs youth. We are so grateful both for the support we receive from and also for the support we are able to provide because of the Adam Webster Fund, in continuing to create ocean stewards out of the unique opportunity that is OSO.

The Adam Webster Memorial Fund was founded by Tom and Judy Webster when their son Adam passed away in 1999. It provides the OSO program for cognitively and physically challenged individuals and has touched the lives of over 500 people including its students, teachers, and donors. In August 2009, OSO’s Adam Webster Memorial Fund received the Community Spinners award from the Special Parents Information Network for its work with special needs youth. We are so grateful both for the support we receive from and also for the support we are able to provide because of the Adam Webster Fund, in continuing to create ocean stewards out of the unique opportunity that is OSO.

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Sea Odyssey has a whole section in "Its Always Summer on the Inside," Jack O'Neill's biography. Donate at least $50 to Sea Odyssey via the link in our bio for a chance to win one! Exclusive stories about the history of Sea Odyssey and Jack's life. In Jacks words "The Sea Odyssey is the best thing I've ever done." Help support his legacy

Sea Odyssey has a whole section in "Its Always Summer on the Inside," Jack O'Neill's biography. Donate at least $50 to Sea Odyssey via the link in our bio for a chance to win one! Exclusive stories about the history of Sea Odyssey and Jack's life. In Jacks words "The Sea Odyssey is the best thing I've ever done." Help support his legacy

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

It's almost time for the kids to go back to school and means more Sea Odyssey trips and more smiles! We will soon have served over 95,000 students and be on our way to 100,000! #oso100k

It's almost time for the kids to go back to school and means more Sea Odyssey trips and more smiles! We will soon have served over 95,000 students and be on our way to 100,000! #oso100k

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

Do you want to be entered to win a copy of the now discontinued biography of Jack O'Neill? Donate $50 or more to OSO's 100,000 student campaign by August 16th to be entered in the raffle! Click the link in our bio to help our students and keep Jacks legacy alive! #jackoneill #ripjackoneill #oneill #oso100k

Do you want to be entered to win a copy of the now discontinued biography of Jack O'Neill? Donate $50 or more to OSO's 100,000 student campaign by August 16th to be entered in the raffle! Click the link in our bio to help our students and keep Jacks legacy alive! #jackoneill #ripjackoneill #oneill #oso100k

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

Do you have any memories of seeing or being a part of one of our classes? If you do we'd love to hear about it, leave a comment below about your best Sea Odyssey memory!

Do you have any memories of seeing or being a part of one of our classes? If you do we'd love to hear about it, leave a comment below about your best Sea Odyssey memory!

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At Santa Cruz Wharf

By taking compass bearings of three landmarks along the Santa Cruz coast, our students are able to calculate the boats location on the bay when they get back to the class room. Three lines are drawn from each land mark, along the bearing and where they intersect was where the boat was! This is known as triangulation and has been used for centuries to navigate the ocean

By taking compass bearings of three landmarks along the Santa Cruz coast, our students are able to calculate the boats location on the bay when they get back to the class room. Three lines are drawn from each land mark, along the bearing and where they intersect was where the boat was! This is known as triangulation and has been used for centuries to navigate the ocean

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

On the shoreside half of the Navigation Station, students plot their previous location on the ocean using triangulation. The group gathers around using math skills in the hands-on process of plotting compass bearings they had taken from the boat earlier. This activity is another step working toward placing themselves in, and understanding each's own responsibility to their landscape.

On the shoreside half of the Navigation Station, students plot their previous location on the ocean using triangulation. The group gathers around using math skills in the hands-on process of plotting compass bearings they had taken from the boat earlier. This activity is another step working toward placing themselves in, and understanding each's own responsibility to their landscape.

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

From the boat to the lab, each class takes and analyzes a sample of plankton in order to see how important they are to the Monterey Bay ecosystem. These tiny organisms are the start of the food chain and rely on clean, pollutant free waters. Zooplankton feed on phytoplankton and then get eaten by bigger organisms. Because of nutrient upwelling the  Monterey Bay is one of the most productive ecosystems in the world, this is why it needs protecting. Phytoplankton produce 50% of our oxygen! In the 5th photo we see a copepod surrounded by pseudonitzia, in the 6th we see a baby jellyfish and in the 7th we see some fish eggs and a hydroid polyp! Each #plankton serves it's own purpose in the ocean food web!

From the boat to the lab, each class takes and analyzes a sample of plankton in order to see how important they are to the Monterey Bay ecosystem. These tiny organisms are the start of the food chain and rely on clean, pollutant free waters. Zooplankton feed on phytoplankton and then get eaten by bigger organisms. Because of nutrient upwelling the Monterey Bay is one of the most productive ecosystems in the world, this is why it needs protecting. Phytoplankton produce 50% of our oxygen! In the 5th photo we see a copepod surrounded by pseudonitzia, in the 6th we see a baby jellyfish and in the 7th we see some fish eggs and a hydroid polyp! Each #plankton serves it's own purpose in the ocean food web!

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The ocean is alive! At the biology station on board, students collect a sample of plankton and record environmental data. Although they won't be able to see these tiny creatures until back in the classroom under a microsope, students come to understand why plankton is the most important link in the oceanic food chain. Here, they begin to make the connection between ocean water quality and the importance of sustaining intricate food webs. This is one of the collected samples from our very own Monterey Bay. Go plankton!

The ocean is alive! At the biology station on board, students collect a sample of plankton and record environmental data. Although they won't be able to see these tiny creatures until back in the classroom under a microsope, students come to understand why plankton is the most important link in the oceanic food chain. Here, they begin to make the connection between ocean water quality and the importance of sustaining intricate food webs. This is one of the collected samples from our very own Monterey Bay. Go plankton!

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Thank you all for helping us reach 500 followers! We've been overwhelmed with the amount of people we've been able to connect with and the support we've received. As we steadily approach our 100,000 student milestone, we are working to raise $1 per child, or $100,000 over the course of our campaign! Check out our website oso100k.org to support us!

Thank you all for helping us reach 500 followers! We've been overwhelmed with the amount of people we've been able to connect with and the support we've received. As we steadily approach our 100,000 student milestone, we are working to raise $1 per child, or $100,000 over the course of our campaign! Check out our website oso100k.org to support us!

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

After their trip on the boat, the students come into our classroom for three additional lessons. At the shoreside marine ecology station, the kids get to see how pesticides, fertilizers, plastics, oil and other pollutants move from land into the ocean through our watershed model. After creating a rain storm with spray bottles and seeing how polluted the ocean gets from runoff, our instructors then discuss how to limit their impact by carpooling, recycling and other methods to keep the ocean life thriving! We also show an actual sample of plastic from the Great Pacific garbage patch so the students see how the plastic degrades.

After their trip on the boat, the students come into our classroom for three additional lessons. At the shoreside marine ecology station, the kids get to see how pesticides, fertilizers, plastics, oil and other pollutants move from land into the ocean through our watershed model. After creating a rain storm with spray bottles and seeing how polluted the ocean gets from runoff, our instructors then discuss how to limit their impact by carpooling, recycling and other methods to keep the ocean life thriving! We also show an actual sample of plastic from the Great Pacific garbage patch so the students see how the plastic degrades.

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

Our grand prize winner for our Ocean Steward Art Contest is Yoltzin Delgado and her piece “Save the Marine Life" from @bouldercreekschool! In the piece we see the negative impacts of ocean pollution and large-scale trawler fishing as compared to an ocean where marine life is thriving. Conveyed beautifully, Yoltzin shows how individual choices result in very different environmental outcomes. As this year's winner, she and her teacher will each receive family passes for a sail on the Team O’Neill catamaran! Check out the blog post for more on the drawings and contest, link in bio!

Our grand prize winner for our Ocean Steward Art Contest is Yoltzin Delgado and her piece “Save the Marine Life" from @bouldercreekschool! In the piece we see the negative impacts of ocean pollution and large-scale trawler fishing as compared to an ocean where marine life is thriving. Conveyed beautifully, Yoltzin shows how individual choices result in very different environmental outcomes. As this year's winner, she and her teacher will each receive family passes for a sail on the Team O’Neill catamaran! Check out the blog post for more on the drawings and contest, link in bio!

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At Boulder Creek Elementary

Here are the honorable mentions from OSO’s Ocean Steward Art Contest! Each year we invite the 4-6 grade students who have been through the program to creatively interpret the watershed, marine and/or stewardship themes learned on their trip. The contest is an opportunity for us to connect with, recognize, and award the stewardship efforts of the students, teachers, schools and communities we serve. Check out the blog post for more on the drawings and contest, link in bio!

In order of appearance:
Protect Our Ocean
by Amber Boothby
Scotts Valley Middle School

Untitled
by Maverick Meuller
King City Arts Magnet

Save the Ocean
Nicole Perez
King City Arts Magnet

A Beautiful New World
Walter Colton Middle School

Here are the honorable mentions from OSO’s Ocean Steward Art Contest! Each year we invite the 4-6 grade students who have been through the program to creatively interpret the watershed, marine and/or stewardship themes learned on their trip. The contest is an opportunity for us to connect with, recognize, and award the stewardship efforts of the students, teachers, schools and communities we serve. Check out the blog post for more on the drawings and contest, link in bio!

In order of appearance:
Protect Our Ocean
by Amber Boothby
Scotts Valley Middle School

Untitled
by Maverick Meuller
King City Arts Magnet

Save the Ocean
Nicole Perez
King City Arts Magnet

A Beautiful New World
Walter Colton Middle School

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At O'Neill Sea Odyssey

A big problem in our contemporary education system is the exclusion of place and what the students experience in that place. “What passes for knowledge is little more than abstraction piled on top of abstraction, disconnected from tangible experience, real problems, and the places where we live and work..There [must be] coordination of senses and thought, and also a reciprocal influence between brain activity and material creative activity." Learning in the field makes it more likely for the student to grow into a steward of the environment and understand the needs of their place. The time spent on board the O’Neill Sea Odyssey is providing exactly this tangible experience for students all around Santa Cruz county and the central coast. Here, students feel a sea-otter’s pelt and understand its value in history and the reason for why we preserve and protect their habitat today. Quote from the book "Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World"

A big problem in our contemporary education system is the exclusion of place and what the students experience in that place. “What passes for knowledge is little more than abstraction piled on top of abstraction, disconnected from tangible experience, real problems, and the places where we live and work..There [must be] coordination of senses and thought, and also a reciprocal influence between brain activity and material creative activity." Learning in the field makes it more likely for the student to grow into a steward of the environment and understand the needs of their place. The time spent on board the O’Neill Sea Odyssey is providing exactly this tangible experience for students all around Santa Cruz county and the central coast. Here, students feel a sea-otter’s pelt and understand its value in history and the reason for why we preserve and protect their habitat today. Quote from the book "Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World"

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

Our students always love pulling up the sail, there are always smiles and laughs as they work together to get it to the top of the mast! Some of these kids have never seen the ocean let alone get to see how a sail boat works!#oso100k

Our students always love pulling up the sail, there are always smiles and laughs as they work together to get it to the top of the mast! Some of these kids have never seen the ocean let alone get to see how a sail boat works!#oso100k

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Exploration Center - Unofficial

This is what Jack was all about, getting kids out on the ocean, learning on the Sea Odyssey. Coming of off the awesome paddle out we want to continue looking forward towards reaching 100,000 students. If you want to support Sea Odyssey and our campaign you can click the link in the bio!

This is what Jack was all about, getting kids out on the ocean, learning on the Sea Odyssey. Coming of off the awesome paddle out we want to continue looking forward towards reaching 100,000 students. If you want to support Sea Odyssey and our campaign you can click the link in the bio!

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At Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary

The Jack O'Neill paddle out video is live. Amazing footage of an amazing day. Link to the full video in bio! Rest in paradise Jack! #ripjackoneill #jackoneill @oneill @oneillusa @oneillwomens  @oneillyachtcharters @oneillsurfshop

The Jack O'Neill paddle out video is live. Amazing footage of an amazing day. Link to the full video in bio! Rest in paradise Jack! #ripjackoneill #jackoneill @oneill @oneillusa @oneillwomens @oneillyachtcharters @oneillsurfshop

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At Pleasure Point, California

In support of our 100,000th Student Campaign, we wish to express our deepest gratitude to The Basuino Souza Group of Merrill Lynch for their sponsorship in honor of all OSO students who have shared in this unique learning experience on Monterey Bay. Thank you! #oso100k

In support of our 100,000th Student Campaign, we wish to express our deepest gratitude to The Basuino Souza Group of Merrill Lynch for their sponsorship in honor of all OSO students who have shared in this unique learning experience on Monterey Bay. Thank you! #oso100k

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This photo really says it all... #jacklives #jackoneill #ripjackoneill Photo courtesy of Howard "Boots" McGhee

This photo really says it all... #jacklives #jackoneill #ripjackoneill Photo courtesy of Howard "Boots" McGhee

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At Pleasure Point, California

What a day... Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate Jack's life. The cliffs were packed, the water was filled with joy. Thank you Jack for everything you've done for Santa Cruz, surfers and most of all, the ocean. RIP Jack #jackoneill #ripjackoneill 📸: @jazzper22 and @adam_jara (#2)

What a day... Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate Jack's life. The cliffs were packed, the water was filled with joy. Thank you Jack for everything you've done for Santa Cruz, surfers and most of all, the ocean. RIP Jack #jackoneill #ripjackoneill 📸: @jazzper22 and @adam_jara (#2)

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At Pleasure Point, California

Tomorrow at 11am, Jack's House. Come honor a legend. Get there early, there's going to be no street parking close and it will take a while to get everyone out into the water. See you there! 🌊#jackoneill 📸: @sarahcurrydesign

Tomorrow at 11am, Jack's House. Come honor a legend. Get there early, there's going to be no street parking close and it will take a while to get everyone out into the water. See you there! 🌊#jackoneill 📸: @sarahcurrydesign

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At Pleasure Point, California

Forever innovating, forever moving forward. With almost 100,000 students educated about the importance of the ocean, it all started with Jack wanting to give back. To honor Jack's legacy you can give a memorial donation by clicking the link in our bio! #jackoneill.
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Photo: Jack flys over the harbor  in his balloon in the late 70s for an interview with evening magazine.

Forever innovating, forever moving forward. With almost 100,000 students educated about the importance of the ocean, it all started with Jack wanting to give back. To honor Jack's legacy you can give a memorial donation by clicking the link in our bio! #jackoneill.
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Photo: Jack flys over the harbor in his balloon in the late 70s for an interview with evening magazine.

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At Santa Cruz Harbor