By Illumini Prime Ltd, Cornwall UK



March 1, 2021

Peut-Etre (translated: French, “Can Be”) she will be used for collecting Shoreline and marine data off the Cornish coast in the UK. Recording all manner of information from sea temperatures to measuring the amount of micro plastics off the Cornish shores. The information is critical to under stand how our coastline is changing due to human impact and climate change. We will be working and sharing the information collected with other agencies, charities and individuals (eco-warriors). This will undoubtedly help understand (in real time) what is changing in our unique local eco systems.
Peut-Etre will also be used to count, monitor and identify animals and marine life who are living or passing through the shores of Cornwall. As you may be aware recent history of marine life events in and around the Coast of Cornwall are on the rise from dead whales to the lack of fish entering our shorelines to name but a few. This may not sound to alarming to most but to the people who recognize these changes, they understand that there has to be a reason or reasons. We at Illumini Prime (Translation: Latin, Enlightened First) are particularly interested in the water quality and damage that has been done. We want to understand and Identify (locally) the extent of the damage and find new ways to heal and reverse the negative impact humans have made and are currently making to failing eco systems.


Mar 12, 2021

We are looking for volunteers and sponsors (Sponsors will have their name or business / company name decaled onto Peut-Etre)  who have a passion for marine life and who want to make a positive impact on Cornwall’s amazing coast line and waters. Whatever your skillset or ability you can be apart of this incredible project and together we may play a part in restoring and reversing the current damage humans have done. Future generations and all shoreline animals and marine life will thank you for being a part of this project.

Kindest regards, Rhett St James (MD Illumini Prime ltd)

If you would like to be a part of the research please contact:




March 24, 2021

Hello everyone my name is Aimee and I am fascinated by our oceans. I believe knowing more about our environment and the effects humans are having on it is key to the promotion of resilience and recovery of our beautiful coastline and our marine / shoreline wildlife. I believe in a better future for our local and global community. I am hopeful that, with support, this project can really make a difference to people’s lives, now and for our future generations. There is indisputable evidence that out natural environment is failing! sharing information with universities and organisations, is key to understanding how to combat the current crisis we are facing. I am excited to see the positive change we can achieve. Aimee Conservation Project Manager