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Live Ships Map: Cargo Ships in English Bay

Check out Live Ships Map, an interactive website tracking vessels across the world including privately owned boats, commuter vessels, tankers and cargo ships. Visitors can learn about the ships that make their way through the First Narrows into the Burrard Inlet, the busiest Port in Canada including their name and other interesting information. You can also learn more about the Cargo Ships of English Bay at the Vancouver Maritime Museum and the Port of Metro Vancouver Discovery Centre at Canada Place. Learn about the everyday happenings of the Port of Vancouver!

Learn about the Cargo Ships in English Bay at sites across the city as well as through Live Ships Map.Visit Live Ships Map to learn about the cargo ships in English Bay, off the coast of Vancouver.Vancouver is well known for its beautiful locale, surrounded by the waters of the Pacific ocean and within those waters, hundreds of Cargo Ships move through this busy waterway to one of North America's biggest Ports.

Live Ships Map is a great website to learn about the Cargo Ships in English Bay. Click to learn the name and information about a ship, see photos and a map of its route over the last 24 hours!

VANCOUVER MARITIME MUSEUM | Tues-Sat: 10:00am - 5:00pm; Sun: 12:00pm - 5:00pm | Vancouver Maritime Museum: 1905 Ogden Avenue, Vancouver (map) | Free - $11 + HST | The Maritime Museum provides a look into the region's maritime history and the Children's Maritime Discovery Centre is the perfect place to learn about the Cargo Ships in English Bay and peer though the telescope to identify them! | Website
PORT OF METRO VANCOUVER DISCOVERY CENTRE | Sun-Sat: 9:00am - 4:00pm | Port of Metro Vancouver: 100 The Pointe, 999 Canada Place Vancouver (map) | Free | Learn about the Port of Metro Vancouver and the many ships which make their way through this busy West Coast port through displays, models, games, videos and presentations. | Website

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