Where's the Pacific Legacy No. 1?

"The Pacific Legacy No. 1 set sail from Victoria for the high seas on Wednesday, equipped
with a huge multi-coloured trawl net to catch salmon for an onboard team of
international scientists tasked with figuring our their innermost secrets.

What is uncovered during 25 days at sea and through continuing study onshore is
intended to help explain what is happening to struggling Pacific salmon stocks as ocean
conditions change in the North Pacific.

Carla Wilson /Times Colonist

We also track the Coast Guard Pacific Fleet 24/7.

Voyage complete, last position update was March 7 at 9:22 am

Current Status - Stopped - Destination - Victoria

Depart Days Distance Speed in Knots
Last KMs Last Max Avg
2020:03:11 27 9 7,755 0 11.2 6.77

2020 April 8 - Times Colonist - Ship returns after international team spends month at sea studying salmon ..... more news

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2020 April 5 - Times Colonist - Where, oh where, did the salmon go? Expedition puzzled

2020 March 27 - Times Colonist - Scientists score salmon bonanza on Pacific expedition

2020 March 12 - Times Colonist - On the hunt for secrets of Pacific salmon

2020 March 7 - Times Colonist - Glum outlook scares salmon fishing industry