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General Kitchener (R.C.A.S.C.)

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Registry #1 130751 Registry #2 Registry #3
Name 1 1911 Sheileena Name 5 1947 Pride of the West
Name 2 1923 Heather M. Name 6
Name 3 1925 Pride of the West Name 7
Name 4 1939 General Kitchener (RC.A.S.C.) Name 8
Year Built 1911 Place Hong Kong Area Country Hong Kong
Designer (nk) Measurement (imp) 52.8' x 12.6' x 4.8'
Builder W.S. Bailey & Co. Ltd. Measurement (metric) 10.9m x 4m x 1.5m
Hull Wood Displacement
Gross Tonnage 34.68 Type 1 Yacht, power-cruiser
Registered Tonnage 23.58 Type 2 Work Boat
Engine 3hp engine (1911); Engine Manufacture
Repower 48hp Gardner diesel engine (1926); 23hp engine (1957c); 48hp engine (1961c); 87bhp diesel engine (2004c) Propulsion Screw
Rebuilds Call Sign
Pendant  # Masters
In 1919 she was owned by William Farrell, Vancouver BC. In 1927-1931 she was owned by Mackay Smith Blair & Co. Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1939 she purchased by the Canadian Army. In 1947-1960 she was owned by Mrs. Lorraine Lewis, Vancouver BC. In 1960-1961 she was owned by Harold Senkler (MO), West Vancouver BC. In 1973-2010 she was owned by John W. Wall (MO), Port Coquitlam BC.
Fate Registry closed Date 2010-05-07
Named Features
Significance of Name She was named for William Farrell's three daughters Shiela, Kathleen and Nora.
Harbour & Shipping (Progress Publishing Co. Ltd.) Vol. 10 (1927); Brissenden, Constance with Larry Loyie. (1997) Greater Vancouver Hall of Fame. In The Greater Vancouver Book: an urban encyclopedia. Ed. Chuck Davis. Vancouver BC: Linkman Press; Email (Bryon Taylor - Nauticapedia 29/08/2016); RG12 Reel T-11593 (Pride of the West);
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