With the closing of the Welland Canal for the season on December 29th, we feel fairly safe in reporting Toronto Harbour's lay-up fleet at this time, no further vessels being expected.
In addition, the following assorted vessels are presently in port:
NORMAC and JADRAN (permanently moored as restaurant facilities)
CAYUGA II and MARIPOSA BELLE (small excursion and charter boats)
COLINETTE and TERRY S. (pilot tugs)
G. W. ROGERS and BAGOTVILLE (Canadian Dredge & Dock tugs)
WILLIAM REST, FRED SCANDRETT and J. G. LANGTON (Harbour Commission tugs)
WILLIAM INGLIS, THOMAS RENNIE, SAM McBRIDE and TRILLIUM (Island ferries, all in winter quarters) ONGIARA (Island ferry in winter service) MAPLE CITY (Western Gap ferry in winter service) SALVAGE PRINCE and BAYPORT (tugs inactive in Turning Basin) NED HANLAN II (Metro Works tug)
HIAWATHA and KWASIND (Royal Canadian Yacht Club ferries) HARVEY H. SIMPSON, DAVID H. SIMPSON, GLADYS M. SIMPSON, MISS KIM SIMPSON, MISS SHAWN SIMPSON (glass-topped tour boats) Plus assorted dredges, derricks, scows and workboats which shall remain nameless in these pages!
Any changes to this listing will be reported in the February issue, at which time we will also present listings of major vessels laid up at other lake and St. Lawrence River ports.
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