Retired Ferries
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Queen of Vancouver
1962
Official Number 0318636 Year Built 1962  Ship Name QUEEN OF VANCOUVER Former Name CITY OF VANCOUVER Port of Registry VICTORIA
Gross Tonnage 9,357.22 t Net Tonnage 7,829.96 t Ship Length 120.24 m Construction Material STEEL  Ship Breadth 23.20 m Ship Depth 5.12 m
Engine Description DIESEL  Number of Engines 2  Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED  Speed (knots) 19.0 Propulsion Method TWIN SCREW  Propulsion Power 8442
Unit of Power BRAKE HORSEPOWER       Builder Name BURRARD DRY DOCK CO. LTD.
Final dispostion: Scrapped in Mexico, 2012.
Vesuvius Queen
1949
Official Number:  Built as the Lloyd Jones 1950, Yarrows, Esquimalt, B.C.   Gross tons: 277 Net Tons: 179 Length: 136.6  Beam 36.0 Draft: 8.0 Propusion: Vivian  Twin Diesel
,  480 BHP  Speed 10  knots Passengers: 187 Cars: 36
Final disposition: sold to R & G Importadora & Exportadora of the Dominican Republic in 1998
Queen of Victoria
1962
Official Number: 0314040
Built as the City of Victoria Victoria Machery Depot,  Victoria, 1962 Gross tons: 9369  Net Tons:  Length: 426.4 Beam 78.7 Draft: 13.0 Propusion: Paxman Twin Diesel,    
6664  BHP (as built) Speed 19 knots Passengers: 1360 Cars: 286
Final dispostion: sold in 2000; renamed Queen of Ocoa, scrapped at Alang, India,  May 2006.