Become a Seal Sponsor

As a sponsor for our seals, you make their everyday life more educational and fun.

Your contribution as a Seal Sponsor goes directly to your seal. The sponsorship money is used to buy toys and larger elements in the pool that all the seals think are fun, such as new tunnels, rocks on the bottom or artificial seaweed forests they can hide in. We have also bought an ice machine for the sponsorship money - the bearded seals love to eat ice!

We have three different sponsorship levels. All levels include a diploma, a picture of the seal and an exclusive welcome video by email. Seal Supporter is a fully digital sponsorship perfect for those who are far away Polaria , but who still want to support the seals. Selal Friends get two free entry tickets Polaria, in addition to a diploma, photo and welcome video. Unique to our biggest sponsor level - Seal Sponsor - is that it includes an exclusive tour of the back room and not least a meeting with the seal you sponsor, in addition to all the other goodies!

The sponsorship is valid for one year.

Who do you want to sponsor?



Bella is Polarias diva. She is a very smart and determined seal. Therefore, she likes to test limits during training sessions, especially with new employees. But when you first get to know Bella, you have made a wonderful friend.

Mai San

Mai San is a very calm and patient seal. That is why she is a favorite when we train new employees on how to take good care of the seals. It is impossible not to love Mai Sans clumsy and cute personality.


Lyra is careful and modest, but still very playful. She is a bit squeamish, and keeps a close eye on everything that happens around her. Lyra gets really happy when she succeeds with new exercises. She is often seen in the windows under water, where she watches what the audience is doing.
ATTENTION: It is not possible to become a Seal Sponsor for Lyra right now.


Loffen is a very smart and confident seal. He needs a lot of mental stimulation and loves to solve new tasks. He often stays after training to play with the staff. Since he's the only boy in the pool, he often has to show off a bit and act tough.