Our Team

Holger Hummitzsch

Holger enjoyed a life-long fascination with the beauty of small islands from northern German islands to remote tropical islands but also he became confronted with the rapid destruction of these paradise environments.

Dr. Sven H. Wagner

Sven has today dedicated his career to the conservation and sustainable development of small islands and the marine world between them. Originally from Germany, he has a PhD in natural sciences from the University of Heidelberg, Germany and MSc in chemistry from the University of Leipzig.

Stella Daidou

Stella Daidou is a graphic designer, she was born in Athens in 1981 and lives there since, studied in Vakalo School from where she holds her BA honors (2004) and a MA, recently in visual communications (2013). She is working at Shma sa since Oct 2004, which is a company

The establishment of Sails-For-Science was only possible due to the donations of our friends and supporters. Our sincere Thank You goes to:

  • Adrien & Clementine Normier, France  
  • Desiree Ilgenstein, Germany
  • Dick Buursink, Netherlands
  • Flavio Marus, USA 
  • Gerd Laakmann, Germany
  • Gunnar Grewe, Mexico
  • Helena Krommydakis, Greece
  • Horst & Karin Gießner, Germany
  • Irene Greve, Denmark
  • Irene & Steffen Buschendorf, Germany
  • Jelena Ganza  & Mark Agranovski, Malta
  • Katja Borchardt, Germany
  • Leo de Jong, Netherlands
  • Paula Schwarz, Germany/Greece
  • Rachel Debrincat, France
  • Rosi Hovatz, Germany
  • Udo & Heike Gießner, Germany
  • Uwe & Karin Dornberger, Germany
  • Walter Buchanan, USA
  • Willy Ciecior, Germany
  • Tremendous volunteer time and energy in the first moments of Sails-For-Science has been spent by

    • Gunter Gießner, Germany
    • Helena Krommydakis, Greece
    • Rachel Debrincat, France
    • Stella Daidou, Greece
    • Tobias Gotter, Germany
    • Tim de Jong, Netherlands
    • Timothy King, Australia