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Access to most of the content of the Water Properties site requires login. New user accounts will be activated once confirmed if they are created from an approved IP address or if the email address used to register appears on an existing cruise plan. If you have requested a confirmation code and have not received it, then please try re-sending it again and checking your spam folders. Existing Users: Note that your username and password ARE case sensitive. We recently changed the security level of passwords, so please email Steve if you cannot log in after requesting your lost password.

Create a New Water Properties Account

A Water Properties account will allow you to:

  • Access all cruise requests, cruise numbers, cruise plans, equipment, and post-cruise reports
  • View which cruises you are participating on and place your name on the participants list for upcoming cruises
  • Set your profile phone and dietary restrictions for cruises
  • Edit your subscription to the Pacific Vessel User Committee, including ship-time notices and call letters
  • Access the IOS CTD data holdings

Existing Users Login
Username :
Password :
Usernames and passwords are CaSe SeNsItiVe

Fields marked with a * are required
First Name*:Last Name*:
Alternative Email:
(UVic and UBC users MUST provide an alternative address -- see why below)
Phone*: Format: ###-###-####
Mobile: Format: ###-###-####
Gender*:Male Female  (for cruise cabin assignments)
Role*:Cruise Participant Chief Scientist  (changes dashboard default tab)

Alternative Email: You may add a second or alternative email address to your account. Some email servers reject emails sent from this server (including any and emails), so a second address may help you receive the activation code. You can remove the second address after you have activated your account.

Account login problems? Didn't receive the confirmation email? Please email Steve with your username.

Collaboration Partners:
This website has been developed as a tool for collaboration, data management, and interest of safety between various government departments and universities.