Sailors unite for Hurricane Beryl Support & Volunteer Crew Needed Urgently| Grenada & Grenadines

Weather map showing a storm system with a swirling pattern over the Caribbean, affecting cities including Castries, Kingstown, and Bridgetown. Color-coded wind speeds are indicated in purple, green, and yellow.
Last update: July 2, 14.50 Amsterdam Time

SAILORS & on shore supporters unite for Beryl relief efforts.

As sailors, we travel to the most beautiful remote paradise places; NOW, the places need us. We are also in a unique position to arrive to remote places in need and fast if the weather allows. Time to use your superpowers and unite.
Beryl was the second named storm in 2024 and the earliest Category 5 hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic. It has especially hit the small and remote islands of Carriacou, Petit Martinique, Petit Vincent, Mayreau, Union, and other small Caribbean islands hard.

Weather map showing a storm system with a swirling pattern over the Caribbean, affecting cities including Castries, Kingstown, and Bridgetown. Color-coded wind speeds are indicated in purple, green, and yellow.

We have sailed there. We have lived there. It’s our duty to support the people and places are dear to our hearts.
With Ocean Nomads we aim to support coordinating needs, boats, crew, goodies, and funds.
Together with YOU! Do what’s within your superpowers. Here are some actions you can take for Hurricane Beryl relief support

A street littered with debris from damaged buildings, including wood, metal, and roofing materials. People are standing and walking around, assessing the damage. The surrounding area appears severely affected.


SAIL in to help

 Share your departure point time, place, capacity, needs and crew needs, and we amplify your voyage and with getting volunteer crew.

Chris Doyle keeps a detailed page of all Hurricane Beryl efforts going on in the sailing world.


Poster for boat loading event for relief supplies to Carriacou and Petite Martinique by Grenada Yacht Club on July 2, 2024, at 8:00 a.m. Hosted by NaDMA and the Royal Grenada Police Force. #EmergencyResponse.


Volunteer as Crew

Many boats may want to sail in but don’t have the resources or capacity. Lend you hand. Here’s the beauty of a vessel that, without hesitation, is sailing south soon to support. 

Crew needed in Anguilla! (Or Sint Maarten or further down the chain)

“Our entire project was geared to go here. A dream. We are still going! I can use all of your help. Encouragement, logistics, ideas, Funding, contacts, and your physical presence. I will have two crew. By next Saturday. It would be best to have four, five or six would be better. If anybody’s got a wild hair, get on a plane to Anguilla! We are going together as many things as we can hair in Anguilla, and set off as soon as we can. Which includes when the weather Lets us. Thanks for any help you could be to make this long-term dream come true. The mothership of our project in Carriacou.” Contact Harold: Whatsapp: +15129621641 or Facebook PM

Support this relieve mission financially through direct donation on Harolds GoFund page.



Comment your Beryl relief funds, collection points, needs and initiatives so others can read and support where they can.
Share it in the comments on this Facebook post so many people may read it and you can team-up.
Here are some projects dear to our heart:
Support the aid funds that get directly to the people



Communicate what is needed that outsiders may be able to provide.

Keep visiting and sail in goodies

The help needed now is urgent, and there is still a lot of unknowns about hurricane Beryl. What we have learned so far is that’s it bad. We’ll update this post when we know more. Remember that support to places you visit is ongoing. Keep visiting and keep exploring. And give back where you can, when you can.

Several boats are overturned and damaged on land, surrounded by debris and yellow caution tape, possibly due to a storm. The sky is overcast, adding to the scene's desolation.

With Ocean Nomads, we support with our time, connections, and we currently donate 50% of the fees for every person joining our community or ocean explorer course 

Together we can!

Stay strong you all and keep your beautiful island and positive spirit alive!

One love.


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