She made the cover! Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever on the cover of this months Pacific Yachting. She is not a haunted ship of the Graveyard of the Pacific but does continue to ply coastal waters for Raincoast’s continuous efforts in marine science and education. 📷 @jamenrhodesphotography
Exploring with Little Red, Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever small tender, we head up a river to see what’s around the bend. Venturing past tidal influence the smells and sights blend salt and sea with land and trees. It’s all connected.
The One Shot for Coastal Carnivores exhibit is now set up at the Karen Cooper Gallery on Granville Island. Keep an eye out, we might even open a day early…
Biologist Misty MacDuffee of Raincoast Conservation on Achiever looking for marine mammals in the waters of the Great Bear Rainforest.
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.
Northern Anchovy found in the Great Bear Rainforest up one of the deep fjords in Lard Creek. These fish are predominantly pelagic so what was it doing up a fresh water creek at the head of an inlet? Any suggestions?
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…