Achiever

A group of students from the Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program hangout on the Achiever

Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program

Raincoast’s Emerging Stewards program is designed to help inspire a new generation of conservation leaders in the Salish Sea. We connect local youth with Raincoast scientists and Salish Sea Indigenous knowledge holders through a variety of nature-based experiential learning activities. Field and class visits lead up to the program’s centrepiece where our research vessel Achiever serves as a floating classroom…

The inside of an engine with silver bars in a cross shape in front of a yellow box.

Winter on the Achiever

Winter maintenance aboard the Raincoast Conservation Research vessel, Achiever, continues with engine work on the 6 cylinder John Deere that propels the vessel all across the B.C. coast.

A green boat lifted over a blue tarp with white writing on the side saying "Achiever."

Ship Shape

Raincoast Conservation research vessel “Achiever” going through its annual maintenance period. Hauled out at Stones Marina and thank you Nanaimo Yacht Charters for paint and Transport Canada inspection. 

A digital map with many scattered blue and red triangles in a channel marking the location of boats.

Exercise Salish Sea

The Gulf Islands were abuzz today as #BCEX17 day one of two were taking place. The exercise is the largest in Canadian Coast Guard history. The Achiever was not invited to participate…

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