Work is underway aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever. Some hull work to start. Getting help from Commodore’s Boats at shelter island!
Osprey departs from its perch to search for food. While taking a break from the rolling seas aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever we watched this beautiful hawk soaring on steady wing beats searching the small bay for fish.
Travelling through the many coastal fjords aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever a small grizzly is spotted soaking up the sun and grazing over sedge grass. Rivers and estuaries in the Great Bear Rainforest were full of life as the spring indicates new beginnings to the year.
Here is Achiever’s story, as published in Tracking Raincoast into 2016. It begins with a few short words in Tracking Raincoast into 2003: “We’re looking for a research vessel.” By 2004, we had found and acquired Achiever – a passenger sailboat built in New Zealand by Kiwi designer Bo Birdsall. Achiever spent her formative years…
There’s a hole in the boat, Dear Liza, Dear Liza! Captain Nick Sinclair peaks out from Raincoast conservation research vessel Achiever…
Calm seas and smooth sailing aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever heading around Cape Caution for the central coast to embark on a week long camp partnering with Qqs.