Built by S.A.L.T.S. Sail and Life Training Society, as a working exhibit at Expo 1986 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Planked and Decked in Douglas Fir, Yellow Cedar Beams, Trimmed with Purple Heart Cap Rails and Sole, Topped Off with Spars in Douglas Fir. The Pacific Swift has sailed over 100,000 deep-sea miles on training voyages for young trainees. Her offshore travels have taken her to Australia and Europe, to remote communities on Easter and Pitcairn Islands, and to many other unusual and far-flung ports of call. When not offshore, each years she provides 5 to 10 day sail training programs for young people along the coast of British Columbia.