Seaworthy Collective Announces a 30-Million-Dollar Blue Economy Fund with Logos Capital

The Miami-based startup is gearing up to build its first cohort of regenerative ocean impact ventures this summer

Seaworthy Collective, the Miami-based startup empowering a community of current and aspiring ocean entrepreneurs (known as Sea Change Makers) to innovate for regenerative ocean impact, is partnering with Logos Capital to announce a 30-million-dollar Blue Economy Fund. This fund will invest in the startups Seaworthy is co-creating and crowdsourcing through Seaworthy’s Opportunities for Sea Change.

“We are excited to have a partner that shares our passion for advancing the Blue Tech ecosystem we’re building in Miami, South Florida, and beyond,” said Daniel Kleinman, Founder and CEO of Seaworthy Collective. “Their dedication to investing in solutions for the greatest problems facing our ocean will make a lasting impact.”

Seaworthy Collective launched its Opportunities for Sea Change at the beginning of 2021 to offer accessible, inclusive, and prerequisite-free opportunities for ocean-passionate innovators to co-found their own impact venture or grow their existing startup in the ocean and climate tech space. To date, Seaworthy Collective has received over 100 applications. Aspiring Sea Change Makers can apply here. The deadline to apply is April 30, 2021, with rolling applications accepted thereafter.

“We’re excited to partner with Seaworthy Collective as a key ally in our Blue Bonds Economy Club to build capacity in South Florida and beyond with the launch of our Regenerative Blue Fund for early stage venture investments to support Oceanpreneurs and Aquapreneurs at large; on behalf of all the stakeholders in the Blue Economy, we’re glad to welcome Daniel Kleinman and the Seaworthy team as partners onto the Logos Capital Platform to co-build a better, bluer world.” – Silvio Pupo, Logos Capital

Logos Capital and Seaworthy Collective are seeking ocean-passionate Limited Partners as well as experienced General Partners interested in being a part of the Blue Economy Fund, which will invest in solutions for regenerative ocean and climate impact. Limited Partners will receive a 2:1 contribution for their capital into the fund as well.

Seaworthy Collective is also launching its seed round to build the working capital to launch its inaugural programs and continue building its community, team, and resources to empower entrepreneurs for regenerative ocean impact. For more information about Seaworthy Collective, click here or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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