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Category Archives: tugs
A tug on the hard – the nautical term for the ground… Related Posts:Why-Ack Brave ex Maranatha IIPort Alberni – Riding the trainOn location – Mountainaire Avian RescueThe mysterious pipeline
A crane and a tug at the Ladysmith Marina Related Posts:The craneWhat goes up, comes downThe construction siteComox Glacier
Race Point I in Chemainus Related Posts:Race Point I ex Swiftsure IIICruise Boats – a raceWork Point – C BatteryOgden Point
This 422 Class District Harbor Tug, Small was laid down in 1943, at Bellingham Iron Works, Bellingham, WA. She was delivered and placed in service as YT-435 in the 12th Naval District, Navy Yard Mare Island in 1944, Vallejo, California. … Continue reading
Ocean Warrior at the Ladysmith Marina Related Posts:Ocean WarriorOrca Warrior and Western KingLadysmithLadysmith
A tug boat with no name at Ladysmith Marina Related Posts:LadysmithLadysmithOrion SeaMr Bean
Pacific Fury transiting Discovery Passage off Quadra Island Related Posts:Island Fury – ex River EagleBC Ferries Campbell RiverTug and tow – logsPowell River Queen – not your normal view
Pipers Lagoon is one of my favorite places to watch the world go by. Except for a few brief moments at slack tide, the water in the lagoon flows with great speed through the small opening into Georgia Strait. Birds … Continue reading
Miss Jordan at the Queesto Community Forest log sort in Jordan River Queesto Community Forest is the company that manages TFL 61 at Jordan River. The Pacheedaht First Nation owns half of TFL. 61 Related Posts:Jordan River Surf ShackJordan … Continue reading
Why-Ack Brave on the hard Built: 1937, A.C. Benson, Vancouver Gross Tonnage: 34.73 Net Tonnage: 11.65 Length (m): 13.69 Breadth (m): 4.57 Depth (m): 2.32 Related Posts:Western King and Western MarinerKelsey Bay – Tugger I and ShaymarVictory VTitanium