Feb24

2020 Ferry surveys

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2020 Ferry surveys

The 2020 ferry survey applications are now closed. 

Dear All,

Applications for the all 2020 ferry surveys have now closed, many thanks to everyone that applied.

We will be starting to put the teams together on a month by month basis and successful applicants for March and April surveys will be emailed over the upcoming weeks. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to individually email all unsuccessful applicants each month and we will keep everyone updated on the progress of the surveys via the Surveyor Network News page.

For those that have not already purchased their ORCA Marine Mammal Surveyor polo-shirt you can do so via our online shop. Remember that you must wear an ORCA Marine Mammal Surveyor polo-shirt to be granted access to the bridge during surveys. Please note that you need to be signed into the Surveyor Network for the polo-shirt to be visible on the shop.

 Please ensure that you have submitted an up to date ORCA Marine Mammal Surveyor form. Survey tickets are unable to be booked and your application is invalid without this information. Please note you only need to fill out and send an ORCA Marine Mammal Surveyor Form if you have never submitted one before or if any personal information has changed from your previously submitted form. This can be found on the Surveyor Network and needs to be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

The Saga Cruise teams have all been complied and successful applicants will have received an email from us with details of the cruise. All Surveyor Network members will be informed by email when any new routes, dates or survey places become available throughout the season.

ORCA would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support and dedication, without which we would not be able to conduct out vital conservation and education work.

Best wishes,

Lucy

Lucy Babey
Head of Science and Conservation 
Deputy Director
ORCA