Queen of Burnaby
1965
Official Number 0322978   Year Built 1965  Ship Name QUEEN OF BURNABY   Former Name PRINCESS MARGUERITE III   Port of Registry VICTORIA
General Statistics
Vessel Type FERRY - PASSENGER/VEHICLE  Gross Tonnage 4,902.59 t Net Tonnage 3,346.38 t  Ship Length 121.46 m Construction Material STEEL  Ship Breadth
23.20 m Ship Depth 5.12 m
Engine
Engine Description DIESEL  Number of Engines 2  Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED  Speed (knots) 18.0 Propulsion Method TWIN SCREW  Propulsion Power
6000
Builder
Builder Name VICTORIA MACHINERY DEPOT CO. LTD.
Queen of Nanaimo
1964
Official Number 0320068  Year Built 1964  Ship Name QUEEN OF NANAIMO  Port of Registry VICTORIA
General Statistics
Gross Tonnage 4,938.75 t Net Tonnage 3,365.10 t  Ship Length 120.24 m Construction Material STEEL  Ship Breadth 23.20 m Ship Depth 5.12 m
Engine
Engine Description DIESEL  Number of Engines 2  Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED  Speed (knots) 18.0 Propulsion Method TWIN SCREW  Propulsion
Power 6000  Unit of Power BRAKE HORSEPOWER      
Builder
Builder Name VICTORIA MACHINERY DEPOT CO. LTD.
Queen of New Westminster
1964
From Wikipedia:
The MV Queen of New Westminster is a Canadian roll-on, roll-off passenger ferry operated by BC Ferries.[1]
The vessel was built as a V class ferry in 1964, and retains most of the characteristics of the other V class ferries, but is not considered a V class ferry because of its improved powerplants. Its only remaining
sister ships are Burnaby Class ferries
Queen of Nanaimo and Queen of Burnaby, which are also not considered V class vessels because they don't have the additional car deck which was added to the four V
class ferries, and to the
Queen of New Westminster.
Though most of her sister ships were retired and sold off over the 2000s, she had a major refit of her passenger areas between late 2007 and early 2009, to prepare her for another ten to fifteen years of service.
Official Number 0322953   Year Built 1964  Ship Name QUEEN OF NEW WESTMINSTER   Port of Registry VICTORIA
General Statistics
Gross Tonnage 8,785.86 t Net Tonnage 6,954.21 t Construction Type CARVEL/FLUSH  Ship Length 120.24 m Construction Material STEEL
Ship Breadth 23.20 m Ship Depth 5.12 m
Engine
Engine Description DIESEL  Number of Engines 4  Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED  Speed (knots) 20.0 Propulsion Method TWIN SCREW  Propulsion
Power 18096
Builder
Builder Name VICTORIA MACHINERY DEPOT CO. LTD.
The Burnaby Class
From Wikipedia:
There are two ferries in BC Ferries' fleet, built between 1964 and 1965, which fit into the Burnaby class. They are the
Queen of Burnaby, and the Queen of Nanaimo.

These ferries were stretched by 84 feet (26 m) to increase their car carrying capacity. Both are propelled by controllable pitch propellers. Both were built with Mirrlees National KVSSM, V-16, 4 stroke-cycle,
diesel engines, producing 3000 brake horsepower (2,200 kW) at 320 revolutions per minute. The Queen of New Westminster damaged a crankshaft beyond repair and was re-engined with four Wärtsilä
engines. At this time, the MV Queen of New Westminster was also lifted, adding a second upper cardeck similar to the other V class vessels. As a result, she is no longer considered a "Burnaby" class vessel.

The
Queen of Burnaby  was temporarily leased to another government crown corporation in the late 90's called Victoria Line. The vessel was renamed to the MV Royal Victorian and operated a once daily
summer service between Victoria and Seattle. After the demise of the Victoria Line, the vessel was purchased by Clipper Navigation which operates the Victoria Clipper passenger only service between Victoria
and Seattle. The vessel was then renamed and repainted to become the
Princess Marguerite III operating on the Victoria to Seattle route. After Clipper Navigation also decided to pull the plug on the route, the
vessel was returned to the BC Ferries fleet under its original name, the
Queen of Burnaby.
Queen of Burnaby photo courtesy of Brandon Swan.
Princess Marguerite III photo courtesy of Emory Lindgard.
Queen of Nanaimo courtesy of Mike Bonkowski.
Queen of New Westminster  photo courtesy of Brandon Swan.