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Reef Innovations is the Worldwide Contractor for Reef Balls.

But we do much more than build Reef Balls.  This site highlights our products, services and resources. We can provide a few Reef Balls to homeowners, or full scale turn key operations for government agencies or NGO’s.

  • We build large projects on site however  we have a facility in Sarasota, FL, were you can pick up small orders.
  • We can mobilize a crew and materials, for operations at your location.
  • Over 23 years of experience that range from remote islands to metropolitan areas.
  • We pride ourselves in using local labor and materials that providing an economic stimulus and community ownership for your project.

Contact us early in the planning of your project for support, or for a quote.


It started with the idea “Coral Reef Restoration”

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Start your living shoreline with Oyster Balls in 1.5 ft. of water.
Start your living shoreline with Oyster Balls in 1.5 ft. of water.

The answer to breakwaters and sand accretion starts with the Smart Reef, 4 Galioth Balls attached with an articulating mat deployed as a unit.
The answer to breakwaters and sand accretion starts with the Smart Reef, 4 Galioth Balls attached with an articulating mat deployed as a unit.

Sea Wall Units (Eco-Rap)

Module on land


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Great time lapse Reef Ball monitoring video from the Montserrat Reef Project!

The Montserrat Reef Project in Time Lapse
A few days ago Emmy and I went out to check on our Montserrat Reef Project's Woodlands Reef. It was a beautiful day and our little informal survey was fantastic! We found so many new coral colonies, great growth on both our coral rescues and naturally settled corals, and every expanding sponge diversity and growth.

Just as important, and wonderfully exciting, were the many new urchins who now make the reef balls their home! Those urchins are munching away on algae and sea plants, clearing space for more corals and sponges. It will be exciting to watch these changes now that the urchin population is growing.

Happily we found that one of our main goals for the creation of this reef continues to grow - the Montserrat Reef Project is a thriving fish nursery! There were 1000s of juvenile fish swirling in, out and around the reef!!!

To capture a bit of what's happening on the reef we set up a GoPro time-lapse. The minute of video captures over 30 minutes of life. I think it is pretty cool! Hope you enjoy it too!

We will be headed back out again very soon to capture more cool images. Have to say we were so absorbed with what we were finding we really only looked at less than half of the reef...can't wait to see what we find next dive! — with Scuba Montserrat Dive Shop.
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A few days ago Emmy and I went out to check on our Montserrat Reef Project's Woodlands Reef. It was a beautiful day and our little informal survey was fantastic! We found so many new coral colonies, great growth on both our coral rescues and naturally settled corals, and every expanding sponge diversity and growth. Just as important, and wonderfully exciting, were the many new urchins who now make the reef balls their home! Those urchins are munching away on algae and sea plants, clearing space for more corals and sponges. It will be exciting to watch these changes now that the urchin population is growing. Happily we found that one of our main goals for the creation of this reef continues to grow - the Montserrat Reef Project is a thriving fish nursery! There were 1000s of juvenile fish swirling in, out and around the reef!!! To capture a bit of what's happening on the reef we set up a GoPro time-lapse. The minute of video captures over 30 minutes of life. I think it is pretty cool! Hope you enjoy it too! We will be headed back out again very soon to capture more cool images. Have to say we were so absorbed with what we were finding we really only looked at less than half of the reef...can't wait to see what we find next dive!

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