Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture Project Offers New Citizenship by Investment Opportunities


DUBAI, UAE: PRNewswire: Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture (“GSA”) and Antigua Sustainable Aquaculture (ASA) have recently received the full support from both Islands’ governments. The open ocean environment combined with Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) and good husbandry practices produces a premium quality product while avoiding any measurable environmental impacts. GSA is offering investors a unique opportunity to join the high technology paradigm via Intellectual Property (“IP”).

GSA uses the latest, world-leading aquaculture technologies, continuing to improve them where they own the Intellectual Property rights. This can be extremely lucrative in both the short and long-term, as the unique IP may be licensed to other aquaculture projects for an annual fee plus a percentage of their annual gross sales This IP profit center is in addition to the sales of the core aquaculture products.


“Prosperity, safety, global mobility – Secure Citizenship and Visa Free travel for your family via a safe and sound investment in a peaceful Commonwealth of Nations state” – Leo Ford, Director of GSA. Grenadian Citizenship lasts for a lifetime, giving the individual the same rights and privileges as persons born in Grenada. The passport allows visa-free travel to over 130 countries including the UK, Hong KongSingapore and most of Latin AmericaGrenada citizens may also travel and do business freely throughout theCaribbean Community (CARICOM).

Staff appointments

GSA takes the utmost precautions in protecting their investors and product and are pleased to announce that former Senior FBI Special Agents, W. Nicholson and J. Stanley have joined the Advisory Board of Directors and Due Diligence and Compliance respectively. They also welcome Dr. Antonio Delgado Flores, an elite veterinarian, to the Advisory Board of Directors.

The appointment of Dr. Jazaer Dawody, an expert in sustainable energy, will further enhance the environmental objectives, working to further minimize GSA’s carbon footprint.  In addition, Alexandra Ford from the University of Miami has been appointed to the position of University and Research Liaison, helping further the coordination between GSA and Universities and Research Facilities.

About GSA:

GSA was founded to address the growing world need for sustainable seafood. Innovative equipment and husbandry practices from the industry’s leaders, as well as the latest research developments from the major marine biology universities:  Boston University, Harvard, University of California/Scripps, and the University of Miami will be continually implemented on the farms.

GSA has a worldwide presence which includes Grenada, Antigua, Panama, Toronto, Florida, Moscow, Dubai, Tehran, Taipei, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.