Pacific Swift (ship)

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PacificSwiftUnderSail.jpg
Pacific Swift under sail
History
Canada
Name: Pacific Swift
Operator: S.A.L.T.S. Sail and Life Training Society
Builder: S.A.L.T.S. Sail and Life Training Society
Laid down: Expo 86, Vancouver BC
Launched: 1986
In service: March – October
Out of service: November – February
Homeport: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
General characteristics
Displacement: 98 Tonnes
Length: 111 ft (34 m) (sparred)
Beam: 20 ft 6 in (6.25 m)
Draught: 10 ft 6 in (3.20 m)
Propulsion: 6-cylinder Isuzu diesel, 160 hp approx.
Sail plan: Square topsail schooner
Speed:
  • 13.5 kt (25 km/h) under sail;
  • 6 kt (11 km/h) under engine
Boats & landing
craft carried:
3 dories, 1 Zodiac
Complement: 5 crew, 30 trainees

The Pacific Swift is a square topsail schooner, built by S.A.L.T.S. as a working exhibit at Expo '86 in Vancouver, British Columbia. She provides 5- to 10-day sail training programs for young people and day sails for S.A.L.T.S. members around Vancouver Island and along the coast of British Columbia.

The Pacific Swift has completed four offshore voyages, some of more than a year in duration. Her offshore travels have taken her to Australia and Europe, to remote communities on Easter and Pitcairn Island, and to many other far-flung ports of call. She has logged over 100,000 nautical miles (190,000 km).

Crew[edit]

Office and Shipyard Staff[1]
Loren Hagerty Executive Director
Chris Judge Community Relations and Development Manager
David Eggert Operations Manager
Glynis Gittens Administrative Assistant
Sherilyn Thomson Booking Manager
Shannon Gregg Executive Assistant
Patrick Sharman Shipyard Manager
Ship's Crew [2]
Tristan Hedley Master
Rebecca Hedley First Mate
Cayla Coleman Watch Officer
Aron Koehn Bosun
Saidy Coyne Cook

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