Toronto Harbour Winter Lay-ups, 1981-82

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Title Page
Meetings
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
The Friends of the Boeckling
Toronto Harbour Winter Lay-ups, 1981-82
Ship of the Month No. 107 Brentwood
St. Lawrence Steamships Limited

The following major commercial vessels are laid up at Toronto this winter:

HOWARD F. ANDREWS
R. BRUCE ANGUS
CANADIAN MARINER
CANADIAN OLYMPIC
GEORGE M. CARL
CHICAGO TRIBUNE
CONALLISON
CONDARRELL
CONGAR
ENGLISH RIVER
ERINDALE
FRANQUELIN
FUEL MARKETER
GOLDEN HIND
LEADALE
GORDON C. LEITCH
MCASPHALT 201 (barge)
JOAN M. McCULLOUGH
MELDRUM BAY
METIS
NEW YORK NEWS
NORDALE
NORTHERN VENTURE
OTTERCLIFFE HALL
OUTARDE
JUDITH M. PIERSON
POINTE NOIRE
JOSEPH X. ROBERT
SEAWAY QUEEN
FRANK A. SHERMAN
SILVERDALE
SOO RIVER TRADER
TUSKER (tug)
WHEAT KING

In addition, the following other vessels are in port, some operating:

BAGOTVILLE (tug - operating)
BONNIE J. B. (small tug)
CALEDONIA (excursion steamer)
CAYUGA II (excursion boat)
COLINETTE (pilot service tug)
EMPIRE SANDY (former tug)
NED HANLAN II (small tug)
HIAWATHA (R.C.Y.C. ferry)
WILLIAM INGLIS (Island ferry)
JADRAN (restaurant boat)
KENNETH A. (small tug)
KWASIND (R.C.Y.C. ferry)
J. G. LANGTON (small tug)
WM. LYON MACKENZIE (fireboat -operating)
MAPLE CITY (airport ferry - operating)
MARIPOSA BELLE (excursion boat)
SAM McBRIDE (Island ferry)
NORMAC (restaurant boat - sunk)
ONGIARA (Island ferry - operating)
PROGRESS III (derrick barge)
THOMAS RENNIE (Island ferry)
WILLIAM REST (tug - operating)
SALVAGE PRINCE (former tug)
FRED SCANDRETT (tug)
TERRY S. (pilot service tug)
T.H.C. 50 (derrick barge)
TRAVELLER (tug -- operating)
TRILLIUM (excursion/ferry steamer)

plus the numerous Simpson glass-topped harbour tour boats.

We will begin our lay-up listings for other lake ports in the February issue. Please send us your reports as soon as possible so that our list may be as complete and accurate as we can make it. In the case of smaller vessels included in your reports, please indicate what type of boat is involved, so that we may list or exclude as may be necessary. For most ports, we include only major commercial vessels, excluding ferries, small tugs, barges, workboats, etc.

 


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