World Ocean Day

World Oceans Day

World Ocean Day 2024: Catalysing Action for Our Ocean & Climate

World Ocean Day 2024 is here! To celebrate World Ocean Day we will again be working with Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) to celebrate our oceans but also to raise awareness of the need to protect them.  

Starting on Tuesday 11th June and running until 23:59 Sunday 16th June, we will be offering you the choice between £4 off when you spend £50 OR a £5 donation to Whale and Dolphin Conservation. 

Use promo code X4ODD in the checkout to get £4 off orders £50 and over. 


Use the promo code X5DWO in the checkout to activate the £5 donation.

Don’t forget you can also make an additional donation to WDC in the checkout when you are ordering.

A healthy world ocean is critical to our survival. Every year, World Ocean Day provides a unique opportunity to honour, help protect, and conserve our world’s shared ocean.

*Free delivery offer valid for orders £50 and over.  This refers to the cost of goods and does not include delivery charges, gift wrap, charity donations or money off vouchers. 

The ocean is important because it: 

  • generates most of the oxygen we breathe
  • helps feed us
  • regulates our climate
  • cleans the water we drink
  • offers a pharmacopeia of medicines
  • provides limitless inspiration
  • provides a home to billions of unique creatures

For 2024 World Ocean Day is introducing a new multi-year initiative: Catalysing Action for Our Ocean & Climate. Through innovative collaboration, they seek to expand the movement, fostering a healthier blue planet and promoting a fair, equitable, and sustainable society.

Visit the World Ocean Day Website to find out how you can support World Ocean Day.


WDC focus on areas they can make the most difference: 

Captivity - image by Rob LottEnding Captivity: More than 3,500 whales, dolphins and porpoises are held in tanks, which has long term effects on their physical and mental wellbeing. But the tide is turning. People like you are boycotting captive theme parks and supporting WDC to make this the last generation of whales and dolphins in captivity. Find out more about ending captivity
 Whaling - image credit WDCStopping Whaling: Each year, commercial whalers kill over 1,000 whales. Dolphins are also hunted, with more than100,000 killed every year in legal and illegal hunts around the world. WDC has helped stop illegal exports of whale meat and attempts to make commercial whaling legal again for three decades. Now it’s time to end it once and for all.  
 Healthy Seas - Image by Rob LottCreating Healthy Seas: The ocean covers over 70% of the world’s surface and generates 50% of the oxygen we breathe, yet only a tiny percentage is ‘protected.’ The threats of entanglement in fishing gear, plastics and pollution  are combining to make the whole ocean unsafe and unhealthy. The ocean is important for all life on earth and it is up to us to protect it.
 Bycatch - Image by WDCPrevent deaths in nets: Hundreds of thousands of whales, dolphins and porpoises die in fishing gear every year. It is a horrible way to die and it’s threatening many vulnerable species.
Find out more about preventing deaths in nets