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Where's Eagle?


The second of three BC Ferries Salish class ships is completed and took a
10,440 nautical mile journey from a shipyard in Gdansk, Poland to British Columbia.


Last updated September 21 at 10:47 pm


Also, we tracked Salish Orca and will be tracking Salish Raven.


Info: AIS data is by VHF radio with a range of 15-60 nautical miles, there will be 'Out of Range' periods when far from populated areas.



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White The ship is not being reported by AIS, shown at last reported position.

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Salish Eagle (Image: Goran H Olsson, MarineTraffic.com)

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