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.
Cruising the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever. Fall is in the air as this place comes to life with the return of salmon.
Spring is in the air and these beautiful creatures are making their way down to the estuaries in search of sedges and roots to cleanse their appetite. Excited to head back up to the Great Bear Rainforest to view and admire what BC’s coast has to offer. Shot aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever.
Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever returning from a charter out on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. 57 species observed over the past two weeks. Amazing to see the biodiversity of these waters.
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…
Could you join Raincoast aboard our research vessel in 2018? “Over the past 12 years and countless nautical miles Raincoast’s dedicated research vessel Achiever has clocked in over 10,000 engine hours plying coastal waters to support our research, education and conservation programs. 2017 was no different with Achiever spending 7 months during spring, summer, and…