- 1 night cruise on the Yankee Lady
- Open bar, signature cocktails
- Passed hors d’oeuvres
Last year, the Ocean Ball brought 150 entrepreneurs & business leaders together to benefit The Outlaw Ocean Project’s mission to uncover abuses & illegal fishing in the Galapagos & Falkland Islands. This year the Ocean Ball aims to raise funds for a second season of the acclaimed podcast: The Outlaw Ocean.
Join us aboard the beautiful Yankee Lady for the charity event of the summer to support those dedicated to impacting real change.See last year’s event
Enjoy an evening of cocktails & conversation—all while raising funds to deliver tangible results for an organization dedicated to making a real impact.
Exclusive oyster & champagne
Begin the evening aboard the Yankee Lady with signature cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres.
A brief question & answer session with Ian Urbina, director & founder of The Outlaw Ocean Project and a thank you to our sponsors.
Enjoy signature cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a mini-casino & music from one of Toronto's premiere DJs—all while cruising the Toronto Islands & socializing among Toronto's business elite.
Wrap up the evening by enjoying a last drink with new friends & arrive back at shore just in time to continue the festivities at Soluna, or head home.
Pass the line to after party at Soluna
The Outlaw Ocean Project is an award winning non-profit organization solely dedicated to producing investigative stories about human rights, environment and labor concerns on the two thirds of the planet covered by water.
The first season of The Outlaw Ocean Podcast is a seven-part series that explores a gritty and lawless realm rarely seen, populated by traffickers and smugglers, pirates and mercenaries, wreck thieves and repo men, vigilante conservationists and elusive poachers, seabound abortion providers, clandestine oil dumpers, shackled slaves and cast-adrift stowaways.
Ian Urbina is the director of The Outlaw Ocean Project. He has earned numerous awards for his work, including a Pulitzer Prize, two Polk Awards and an Emmy. He spent 17 years reporting for The New York Times and now regularly contributes to The New Yorker, The Atlantic, NPR, NBC News, and The Washington Post, among others. Several of his investigative stories have been converted into major motion pictures. In 2019, he published the best-selling book The Outlaw Ocean.
Join us to raise funds for the second season of the acclaimed series: The Outlaw Ocean Podcast
Supporting those dedicated to impacting real change.