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West Coast Ships of the Canadian Coast


Updates every 30 minutes, last updated December 10 at 11:20 pm


Nov 10th: New Coast Guard helicopter tracking section is in development, if you have any
questions, requests, or suggestions, let us know with the Contact form!



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Pat Bay Station
Tully
Tanu
Charles
Goddard
Vector
Neocaligus
Victoria Station
Laurier
Bartlett
Gordon Reid
Zoom and drag like any other Google Map. Click on a ship for details.

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.


Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel #1: August 2015-February 2017 from Seaspan on Vimeo.

A timelapse of the construction progress of the Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel #1 over the August 2015-February 2017 time period.


Patricia Bay Station Ships


Ship Type Length AIS
  • John P. Tully
  • Offshore Oceanographic Science 65.7 m
  • Tanu
  • Mid Shore Patrol 52.1 m
  • M. CHARLES M.B.
  • Mid Shore Patrol 42.8 m
  • Captain Goddard M.S.M.
  • Mid Shore Patrol 42.8 m
  • Vector
  • Mid Shore Science 39.7 m
  • Neocaligus
  • Nearshore Fishery Research 18.8 m

    Victoria Station Ships


    Ship Type Length AIS
  • Sir Wilfrid Laurier
  • High Endurance Multi-Tasked 83.0 m
  • Sir John Franklin
  • Offshore Fishery Science Vessel 63.4 m
  • Bartlett
  • Medium Endurance Multi-Tasked 57.7 m
  • Gordon Reid
  • Specialty Vessel 50.0 m

    Pacific Region Helicopters


    Updates every 10 minutes, last updated December 10 at 11:18 pm


    The Heli section is in development, if you have any questions, requests, or suggestions,
    let us know with the Contact form! No definite plan yet, just playing
    around to see what I can do. The regular status updates are now working,
    and a map showing last flights will be looked at next.


    Today | Yesterday | Last week | Over 7 days

    Heli Type Base Picture Last FlightAware Alert
    C-GCQR Bell 429 YWH
    Victoria
    Harbour
    Mon, 10 Dec
    Tracking stopped near Port Angeles, WA
    09:11AM PST
    from Victoria Inner Harbour (YWH)
    C-GCIV Bell 429 YWH
    Victoria
    Harbour
    Mon, 10 Dec
    Tracking stopped near Victoria Inner Harbour (YWH)
    03:58PM PST
    from Port Angeles, WA
    C-GCPV Bell 429 YWH
    Victoria
    Harbour
    Mon, 10 Dec
    Arrived at Victoria Inner Harbour (YWH)
    03:08PM PST
    from Victoria Inner Harbour (YWH) after 0:24 en route
    C-GCKQ Bell 412EPi YAZ
    Tofino
    Airport
    Fri, 7 Dec
    Tracking stopped near Victoria Inner Harbour (YWH)
    11:37AM PST
    from Nanaimo, BC
    C-GCUQ Bell 412EPi YPR
    Prince Rupert
    Airport
    Fri, 7 Dec
    Arrived at Prince Rupert/Seal Cove Water (ZSW)
    03:23PM PST
    from Prince Rupert/Seal Cove Water (ZSW) after 0:36 en route
    C-GCVE Bell 412EPi YPR
    Prince Rupert
    Airport
    Mon, 10 Dec
    Arrived at Prince Rupert/Seal Cove Water (ZSW)
    03:13PM PST
    from Prince Rupert/Seal Cove Water (ZSW) after 0:25 en route

    The 429 Goes Coastal




    Three generations of Canadian Coast Guard helicopters: the Bell 429, the MBB Bo.105, and the Bell 206. Tom Littlemore Photo
    “The 105 has served us well and did a fine job in replacing the Bell 206Bs for many years” he said.
    “The 429 gives us the ability to embrace the new technology and enhance our capacity and effectiveness
    in providing service to the Coast Guard and this is thought of very highly by the crews.”

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