supports CCRC whale research
Without our Maui
Jim sunglasses, we couldn't do the work we do. At CCRC, we
have used countless polarized sunglasses over the years, and none
enable us to see whales and dolphins through the surface like
our Maui Jims.
The secret lies in their unique polarization technology, resulting
in glare reduction unparalleled in other sunglasses. We rely on
our Maui Jims
so much we don't leave shore without at least one spare pair per
researchers require Maui
speeds towards open water, his Maui
Jim's enabling him to thread his way through the reef.
Jims cut the glare on a cloudy day as she lowers a hydrophone
to listen to a singing humpback.
Marsters' spots a humpback whale, aided by his Maui
Marsters guides a satellite tagged turtle back to sea.
The only time Nan takes off her Maui
Jims is when she uses a lens with its own polarizing
6] Nooroa and Hoyt measure a juvenile green
turtle, their Maui
Jim's cutting the high noon beach glare.
When we told Maui
Jim about the fishermen of Palmerston, they readily
offered shades for the community, which we delivered upon
reaching the atoll in October. The fishermen of Palmerston
gratefully received them, allowing them to see the treacherous
reefs and elusive fish more easily through the water.
Islanders with their new Maui
to Jim Elder of Maui
Jim Northeast, the man who made it all happen!