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Where's HMCS Oriole?


HMCS Oriole — a tall ship and Canada's oldest naval vessel — is leaving
Esquimalt, BC, on March 16th to make the approximate 16,000 kilometre journey to
Charlottetown, PEI, to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday on July 1st.


Updates every 30 minutes, last updated October 20 at 08:47 am


Current Status - Stopped - Destination - Halifax

Distance - 19,204 KM - Speed (Last/Max/Average) - 0.0 knots / 0 / 0


August 17 - CBC News - What you need to know about the tall ships celebration in Saint John ..... more news


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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Blue The ship is underway.
Purple The ship is stopped or at anchor.
Gold The ship is moored.
Red The ship has been stopped for more than 14 days.
White The ship is not being reported by AIS, shown at last reported position.

Wind forecast for current HMCS Oriole position at 44.37629, -64.31692


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HMCS Oriole

August 8 - Red Deer Advocate - Red Deer man sails Navy’s oldest commissioned ship


August 5 - The Shelburne Coast Guard - Shelburne getting ready to welcome the tall ships


August 3 - The Chronicle Herald - Halifax saying goodbye to the tall ships


July 30 - The Chronicle Herald - Tales of the mariners at Tall Ships 2017


July 27 - Ottawa Citizen - Royal Canadian Navy ships taking part in Tall Ships Regatta – vessels open to public in Halifax


June 29 - The Guardian - Nine majestic tall ships descend on Charlottetown


June 15 - The Daily Item - Marblehead Harbors A Tall Ship


May 10 - On Facebook - @HMCSNCSMORIOLE


April 12 - Brampton Guardian - uReport: Mayfield grad Miguel Augusto on first naval deployment with HMCS Oriole


March 17 - On Twitter - #HMCSOriole


March 14 - Victoria News - A day of ‘firsts’ for local leading seaman


March 13 - CBC News - Historic navy tall ship coming to Charlottetown for Canada Day


February 22 - Navy News - Navy’s tall ship set to sail south



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