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Brief History of the International Aquarium Industry, its Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa Aquariums GA2 Program. First Generation of Modern Aquariums Small wall mounted units Clowdy water making viewing difficult Capitalized on by Western European Countries

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Brief History of the International Aquarium Industry, its Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa Aquariums GA2 Program


  • First Generation of Modern Aquariums Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

  • Small wall mounted units

  • Clowdy water making viewing difficult

  • Capitalized on by Western European Countries

  • Creation of new industry for aquarium development, supply and operation


  • Second Generation of Modern Aquariums Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

  • Improved life support and viewing systems

  • Allowed for much larger aquariums displaying large marine species

  • Advancement capitalized on by United States of America

  • Creation of new industry in America supplying aquariums in America and Europe


  • Third Generation of Modern Aquariums Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

  • In 1984 Marinescape invented the underwater

  • Sea-tube

  • Allowed visitors to travel into the aquarium and get a divers eye view of the ocean bottom

  • Advancement capitalized on by Asian Countries

  • Creation of new industry in Asia supplying aquariums in Asia, America and Europe

  • Over 200 million people have visited the 25 Marinescape built aquariums


Auckland, New Zealand Xiamen, China Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

Sidney, Australia Dalian, China

Perth, Australia Napier, New Zealand

Darwin, Australia Astana, Kazakhstan

Mooloolaba, Australia Pattaya, Thailand

Sultan of Brunei St. Petersburg, Russia

Sentosa, Singapore Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hong Kong, China Nha Trang, Viet Nam

Edinburgh, Scotland Chiang Mai, Thailand

Dalian, China Istanbul, Turkey

Beijing, China Cleveland, USA

Ellesmere Port, England Bugaba, Malta


  • Society Benefits Experienced in Asia Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

  • Entertainment

    • Ignite in Africa’s youth a passion for what lies beneath the waves

    • Family Entertainment appealing to all ages

    • Adding to the societies cultural fabric


  • Society Benefits Experienced in Asia Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

  • Education

    • 2/3 of the earths surface covered by water

    • Critical to the long-term growth of Africa

    • Environmental Education through Entertainment – 3E’s


  • Society Benefits Experienced in Asia Future and Africa’s opportunity through the Giant Africa

  • Economic Development

    • Increased Tourism

    • Job Creation – construction, tourism jobs such as hotel and restaurant, other tourism industries such as dive shops and sport fishing, direct aquarium jobs, suppliers

    • Creation of new industry


Partnership between Local Companies and Aquarium Specialists for Aquarium Development and Operation


  • Forth Generation of the Modern Aquarium for Aquarium Development and Operation

  • Floating Aquariums, tunnels on ocean bottom, aquariums powered by tidal movements

  • Take visitors into the underwater environmental and not a re-creation of it

  • Better viewing, lower operating cost, better visitor experience

  • Africa’s turn to capitalize on technology advancement with GA2 program


  • What is the Giant African for Aquarium Development and OperationAquariums (GA2) program?

  • 10 or more 3rd and 4th generation Aquariums geographically dispersed around Africa

  • Each Aquarium must be correctly sized for local population and have self sustaining operations

  • Beginning January 1st 2013 Aquariums rolled out in quick succession to create new industry

  • Each aquarium takes 12-18 months from groundbreaking to grand opening



  • GA2 America and Asiais the Creation of the African Aquarium industry supplying aquariums in Africa, Asia, America and Europe


Questions America and Asia


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