My Sea Shepherd


 

The Farley Mowat Arrrives in Sao Luis, Brazil

August 18, 2004

The Farley Mowat Arrrives in Sao Luis, Brazil

The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) ship Farley Mowat arrived safely at the port of Sao Luis, Brazil, today (August 18th).

The ship had departed from Willemstad, Curacao, on August 6th. The twelve day voyage was skippered by Brazilian Captain Daniel Vairo (veteran SSCS volunteer crewmember) with 1st Officer Alex Cornelissen. The crew includes citizens of the United States, Great Britain, Germany, The Netherlands, Venezuela and Brazil.

Instituto Sea Shepherd Brasil (ISSB) will be coordinating the patrols for the Farley Mowat in Brazilian offshore marine reserves. Captain Paul Watson will be rejoining his ship during the last week of August.


 

Get Our Latest News:

e-Newsletter mobile alerts

Get Our Latest News:

e-newsletter
Captain Paul Watson's Quarters

Upcoming Events:

January 31
Dartmouth, NS
January 31
Berkeley, CA
February 7
Victoria, BC
February 8
New York, NY
February 13
Los Angeles, CA
February 13
San Francisco, CA
February 13
Portland, OR
February 13
Seattle, WA
February 13
Houston, TX
February 13
Denver, CO
View All



Headquarters:

P.O. Box 2616,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
TEL: +1-360-370-5650
FAX: +1-360-370-5651

Our Partners:

1 For Planet Dutch Postcode Lottery