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VANCOUVER MARITIME MUSEUM

The Vancouver Maritime Museum presents the maritime heritage of the Pacific Northwest and the Arctic. Members of the local and international community have contributed to the museum’s world-class collections by donating artifacts that represent and relate to the maritime history and heritage of Vancouver, the Pacific Northwest and the Arctic. The collections also feature artifacts from European, Asian and Indigenous sources.

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SEA SIGNALS EXHIBITION FLY-THROUGH

Sea Signals documents events and artifacts relating to communications at sea in British Columbia. Sea Signals aims to represent the history of maritime communication in B.C. and teach visitors about its importance by delving into the use of signal flags, Morse code, wireless radio, navigational lights and shipwrecks on the west coast.

Designed by Langara Design Formation students Ai Takiguchi, Angela Aguilar, Bel Lui, Sally Lee and Tolou Razaghi in collaboration with the VMM curatorial team