Message in a Bottle Server: Index


The following sites are run by people who will put your message into a bottle and throw it into the sea (or river):

Message in a Bottle Server: Ashdod, Israel
Message in a Bottle Server: Fairhope, Alabama, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: Melbourne, Australia
Message in a Bottle Server: New York City, USA (adopted March 2002)
Message in a Bottle Server: Key West, Florida, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: Panacea/St. Marks Lighthouse, Florida, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: Vauxhall Bridge, London, UK
Message in a Bottle Server: Brighton, UK

The following sites may work or may not - the people running the sites have not replied to an email in February 2005:

Message in a Bottle Server: Orchard Beach, NYC, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: Sestri Levante (GE), Liguria, Italy
Message in a Bottle Server: La Jolla, California, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: El Paso, USA

Messages sent using the following server will float around the internet for upto 6 months and will (somehow) be found by other people who've sent messages:

Message in a Bottle Server: Global Internet Sea

Collaboration for a Russian language translation of 'message in a bottle server': click here

The following servers are no longer active:

Message in a Bottle Server: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - retired Feb 2005.
Message in a Bottle Server: Lake Ontario / St. Lawrence River, Canada - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Ocean Grove, New Jersey, USA - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Long Island Sound, Connecticut, USA (retired February 2005)
Message in a Bottle Server: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Message in a Bottle Server: Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA - adopted Aug 2001, retired March 2004
Message in a Bottle Server: Clearwater, Florida, USA- adopted May 2001, retired April 2003
Message in a Bottle Server: Scituate, Massachusetts, USA - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: João Pessoa- Paraíba, Brazil - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Kingston upton Hull, Yorkshire, UK- no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Joinville, Brazil - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Nacka, Sweden- no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Sonoma County, USA- no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Cape May, USA- no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Newport Beach, California, USA- no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Singapore River, Singapore - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Jeffersonville, Indiana, USA - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Derby City, USA - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Gateway Messages, Bloomsdale, MO, USA - no longer active
Message in a Bottle Server: Popham Beach, Phippsburg, ME, USA - no longer active

Found Messages, Press Cuttings, Guestbook

thumbnail of a found bottle linking to a larger picture on the found messages page I've received some feedback on bottles that have been found, and there's been some coverage in the press!

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Do you live near the sea? click here if you'd like a page set-up to run a 'message in a bottle' service as part of this site

External Links

Send a Message in a Bottle as a gift for someone

  • www.messageinabottle.com USA
  • www.bottlemeamessage.com USA
  • www.letterinabottle.com/ UK
  • www.messageinabottleuk.com UK
  • www.allbottledup.com.au Australia
  • www.thepoetryfactory.com.au/sitemap.html Austrailia, includes a custom poem

    Message in a Bottle sites that have passed away

  • www.messageinabottle.com.au
  • www.kids.recruit.co.jp/bmail-e/index.html Shareware software to compose and send a MIAB to a random email address at a random time in the future
  • www cyberware co uk/~ddas3/mib/ The Glass Mailman, includes excellent guide to making your own message in a bottle (I'll try and find a copy).

    and lastly:

    I've received an email (31 May 98) from a man writing a book which will include information on real world "message in a bottle" stories - if you know of anything please email him. His name is Dan Parker and his email address is stevensc@ipa.net

    and very lastly:

    (9th March 2009) a link to try and improve search engine visibility: www.senselife.co.uk.

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