Possibly the dirtiest job done on Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever while on her 10 year refit. Sandblasters prepped the bow and transom areas for paint. Lovin’ the shipyard life.
2018 shipyard aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel “Achiever” is complete! With coats of primer and paint applied, a few new ball valves, a shinned up prop and few other upgrades, Achiever is back in the water. A big thanks to Nanaimo Yacht Charters and Stones Marina for the lift and facilities. Velella Voyages, Yasmin Sinclair, and Nathaniel Glickman for your help over…
Slicing through the Great Bear aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever the spring melt is showing. It has been wonderful to see snow capped peaks this year swelling creeks and rivers of the central coast.
Traveling through the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever it’s amazing to view these bears year after year. The fall hunt has once again opened aimed at taking these trophies out of their natural habitat. Time to #stopthehunt and keep these bears wild.
Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever tender Little Red getting some bow riding action from a Pacific White-sided Dolphin. We had a large spread out group of these animals coming and going for over an hour. These extremely acrobatic cetaceans shared a sense of curiosity as they would roll and lock eyes while we were admiring…
10,000 hours and going strong! Raincoast Conservation Research vessel Achiever hitting a milestone this fall from her tireless efforts of conservation science, youth engagement, media, and funder trips. Seems fitting to hit the milestone during a stormy fall day.