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Registry #1 194874 Registry #2 Registry #3
Name 1 1945 A.R.R. 742 Name 5 1973 Seaspan 180
Name 2 1952 Union No. 2 Name 6 1976c West Shore No. 1
Name 3 1961c Straits Carrier (I) Name 7
Name 4 1966 V.T. No. 152 Name 8
Year Built 1945 Place Stockton Area CA Country USA
Designer (nk) Measurement (imp) 260.0' x 48.1' x 12.0'
Builder Powell-Stockton Shipbuilding Co. Measurement (metric) 79.25m x 14.66m x 3.66m
Hull Steel Displacement
Gross Tonnage 2292 Type 1 Barge
Registered Tonnage 2292 Type 2
Engine Engine Manufacture
Repower Propulsion Non-powered
Rebuilds She was rebuilt to 1295gt 1295rt Call Sign
Pendant  # Masters
In 1945 she was owned by USA interests. In 1952-1958 she was owned by Union Steamships Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1961-1963 she was owned by Straits Towing Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1964 she was owned by Morris L. Greene, Victoria BC. In 1966-1971 she was owned by Vancouver Tug Boat Co. Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1972-1975 she was owned by Seaspan International Ltd., North Vancouver BC. In 1976-1979 she was owned by Ak. Tran Enterprises Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1980 she was owned by Hodder Tugboat Co. Ltd., Richmond BC. In 1982-1986 she was owned by Eric Netzer, Port Alberni BC. In 1987-2001 she was owned by Roylease Ltd., Montreal QC. In 2003 she was owned by Royal Bank Leasing Inc., Montreal QC. In 2004 she was owned by Western Forest Products Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 2011-2014 she was owned by Ironside Contracting Ltd., Campbell River BC.
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