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Boat Mitzvah

Join us as we celebrate our vessel, Ally’s Way, coming of age and harnessing the power of the sun. Ally’s Way is the first vessel of her kind in the United States to undergo a complete transformation from a gasoline engine propulsion system to 100% electric/solar power.

You are invited to  the

The Boat Mitzvah celebration will take place on Wednesday, April 3, 2024.  Details of time and location will be provided when you RSVP. Light refreshments will be served.

Please join us for this fun and unique celebration!

RSVPs are required by Wednesday, March 27, 2024.

We look forward to celebrating with you!

Spiritualit of the Sea
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Sponsorships for Ally's Way Boat Mitzvah event are available. View all our sponsorship opportunities and benefits. Become a Boat Mitzvah sponsor today! 

Scubi Jew

Scubi Jew is the college division of Repair the Sea. Scubi Jew chapters encourage college students to explore their Jewish identity through connecting with the ocean, and hands-on Tzedek opportunities to repair the sea. Scubi Jew offers day programs, Shabbaton weekends, Alternative Break Trips, SCUBA Certification, and more.

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Ally's way

Ally’s Way was donated by Todd and Michelle Willen in memory of their daughter, Ally Willen (Eckerd College ’16) in 2016. The 34 ft. 1985 SeaRay Cruiser furthers the work of Scubi Jew and makes local projects possible for the students and community members. With the use of Ally’s Way, Scubi Jew students were able to adopt the St. Petersburg Reef in Tampa Bay as part of their participation in the International Dive Against Debris program.


All donations to support the operation of

Ally’s Way and the good work of

Repair the Sea are appreciated.

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