In June Sytze Veenland presented his Bachelor thesis Civil Engineering at the University of Delft. It is the 1st part in our research on stability of artificial reefs. The thesis focused on the Amed area. One of the many things we learnt from Sytze’s theoretical analysis is that our Cube system is very suitable to use at different depths. The more Cubes we interconnect, lined up in a row and directed parallel with the wave direction, the higher the stability. Shallower waters have more wave action so the shallower the restoration area, the more rows of Cubes should be deployed. Our goal is to design a scalable, artificial reef system for remote areas that can be produced locally. We like to thank Sytze and TU Delft for their valuable contribution to this mission.