The HMS Beagle Project’s patrons and trustees include internationally renowned researchers, explorers, educators and naval experts. If you are interested in joining this committed group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emeritus Professor of Climate Modelling, University College London. Former Director of the Met Office, UK.
IUCN Senior Advisor Marine Science and Conservation, Global Marine and Polar Programme. Marine Vice-chair, IUCN’s World Commission on Protected Areas.
System Engineer, Atacama Large Millimeter Array, Chile and Visiting Research Fellow, National Oceanography Centre, UK. Former Senior Engineer, European Space Agency and Research Director of M/V Oceanic II.
Lecturer in Oceanography at National Oceanography Centre, UK. Worked with UNESCO, EU Research Centre, World Bank, British Council, European Space Agency.
Director of MTMC Ltd, naval engineer and historian. Long experience working with the Chilean Navy. Contributed to the design and build of Protector 33 patrol boats.
Chemical Engineer. Former oil company executive and chair of Milford Haven Port Authority.
Trustee and co-founder of Darwin Experience, Wales. Relative of Admiral John Lort-Stokes, last captain of HMS Beagle.
Advisor at the Centre for Intelligence on Sustainable Markets, (CIMS-LA.com), Incae Business School, Costa Rica. Sustainability consultant with expertise in global CSR strategies. 20 years experience across China, the UK, and the Americas.
Co-founder of the HMS Beagle Project. Zoology graduate, author, yachtmaster.
Headmaster, Cothill Preparatory School. Principal, Cothill Educational Trust
Former onboard research coordinator for a global voyage of M/V Oceanic II and copy editor for Nature Publishing Group. Academic background in chemistry, oceanography and science communication.
Business development, sales and marketing professional with experience in Pacific Rim. Former International Trade Advisor at UK Trade & Industry.
Director, the Darwin Experience.
Founder and Director, Detlev Loell & Partners, Germany. Classic shipbuilder.