Theresa E. Connor

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Theresa E. Connor at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic in Lunenburg

Built in 1938 in Lunenburg, at the Smith and Rhuland Shipyard, Theresa E. Connor is Canada’s oldest saltbank schooner.   

  • Built: 1938, Smith & Rhuland, Lunenburg
  • Gross Tonnage: 185.23 Net Tonnage: 91.04
  • Vessel Length (m): 39.84
  • Vessel Breadth (m): 8.32
  • Vessel Depth (m: )3.17
  • Speed (knots): 10.0
  • Propulsion Method 1 X 300 HP diesel, single screw
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