Tag Archives: Kelsey Bay

BC Ferries – Kelsey Bay

If you travel up Highway 19 to Sayward, and then drive down to Kelsey Bay, you can see, and touch a very interesting piece of coastal history. I stopped to explore and touch what was at one time the BC … Continue reading

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Kelsey Bay – the repair shop

The heavy equipment repair shop in Kelsey Bay

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Sayward – Kelsey Bay Marina

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Ossian A

Ossian A in Kelsey Bay Ossian A was built for the Canadian Forest Products operation at Englewood, where she was primarily employed towing log booms. She was later sold to Hodder Tugboat, and refitted with a 335 h.p. GM 12V71 … Continue reading

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Miss Quadra

Miss Quadra in Kelsey Bay

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Kelsey Bay – logging trucks

Logging trucks and equipment in Kelsey Bay, near Sayward

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Kelsey Bay – Tugger I and Shaymar

Tugger I and Shaymar entering Kelsey Bay Tugger I – ex Tugger Lane Built: 1956 John Manly Ltd.,  New Westminster Material: Steel Gross Tonnage (t): 14.79 Net Tonnage (t): 10.06 Vessel Length (m): 12.80 Vessel Breadth (m): 4.60 Vessel Depth … Continue reading

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Sayward – the sunken ship

Unlike the ships that were purposely sunk to create one of the breakwaters protecting Kelsey Bay at Sayward, this ship sank in the marina by accident of some sort. Originally built as the Malaspina Voyageur, this unlucky tug was destroyed … Continue reading

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