The catamaran that sank near Tofino on Sunday, killing two people, has been identified.
The Transportation Safety Board says the 8.5 meter vessel was called the Catatonic.
A fishing charter by that name advertises catamaran trips based out of Tofino.
It says it has now dispatched a team two or three investigators to the scene and adds there’s no timeframe for how long it will take to conduct the review.
The RCMP is also looking into what caused the fishing boat to go down.
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The Catatonic put out a distress call around 1:20 p.m. on Sunday after it began taking on water near Bartlett Island, north of Tofino and not far from where a whale watching boat sank in 2015, killing six people.
Coast Guard rescue boats and a helicopter responded, along with a pair of commercial floatplanes that were nearby.
Five people were pulled from the water, three of whom survived. They have now been released from hospital.
The two victims have been identified as a 32-year-old and 42-year-old man from Alberta. Neither of their names has been released.