Expedition Sailing Vessel Evohe
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Evohe is a New Zealand registered 25m passenger vessel specialising in research and natural history filming expeditions. The vessel is built of steel, accommodates 12 passengers + 7 crew and is well suited to transporting & supporting expeditions to remote locations around the world. 

Evohe carries a comprehensive list of equipment including 2 alumuminium RIB tenders & a two-man flying dinghy. She is a veteran of many successful expeditions including a transit of the Arctic from the Pacific to the Atrlantic Ocean via the Northwest Passage. All vital onboard systems are duplicated including main engines.

In recent years Evohe has been engaged in projects around the South Pacific, South Atlantic and Southern Ocean with expeditions to South Georgia, the Antarctic Peninsula and New Zealand's Subantarctic islands; Campbell  Island, the Auckland Islands and Snares Islands, Antipodes Islands and Bounty Islands.

In 2011-2012 Evohe was the filming base and mothership to seven vaka on a trans-Pacific voyage ( http://pacificvoyagers.org/ ); New Zealand to the USA, Mexico, Galapagos, Tahiti, Cook Islands, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and New Caledonia.

In 2014-2015 Evohe is engaged in research and supply expeditions to New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands



Evohe's Expeditions since 1984 

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