The I Class Ferries
("Intermediate Class") From Wikipedia:
All three ferries were built at Vancouver Shipyards of the Washington Marine Group in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
Queen of Capilano
1991
Official Number 0812656  Year Built 1991  Ship Name QUEEN OF CAPILANO Port of Registry VICTORIA
General Statistics
Gross Tonnage 2,884.82 t Net Tonnage 1,895.80 t   Ship Length 95.98 m Construction Material STEEL  Ship Breadth 21.18 m Ship Depth 4.36 m
Engine
Engine Description DIESEL  Number of Engines 3  Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED   Speed (knots) 14.0 Propulsion Method QUAD. SCREW   Propulsion Power 7305
Builder
Builder Name VANCOUVER SHIPYARDS CO. LTD.
Queen of Cumberland
1991
Official Number 0815254 Year Built 1991  Ship Name QUEEN OF CUMBERLAND Port of Registry VICTORIA
General Statistics
Vessel Type FERRY - OTHER  Gross Tonnage 2,884.82 t Net Tonnage 1,895.80 t Ship Length 95.98 m Construction Material STEEL Ship Breadth 21.18 m Ship Depth 4.36 m
Engine
Engine Description DIESEL  Number of Engines 3  Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED  Speed (knots) 14.0 Propulsion Method QUAD. SCREW  Propulsion Power 7305
Builder
Builder Name VANCOUVER SHIPYARDS CO. LTD.
Island Sky
2008
Official Number :832720 Vessel Name :ISLAND SKY IMO Number :9370458 Hull Number :167 Year Built : 2008 Port of Registry : VICTORIA
General Statistics
Gross Tonnage : 4313 t Net Tonnage : 1293 t Construction Material : STEEL Vessel Length : 95.72 m Vessel Breadth : 26.45 m Vessel Depth : 7.00 m
Engine
Engine Description :DIESEL Number of Engines : 4 Propulsion Type : SELF-PROPELLED Speed : 14.0 knots Propulsion Method :  QUAD. SCREW Propulsion Power :
4560
Builder
Name : VANCOUVER SHIPYARDS CO. LTD.
Owner
Name : BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRY SERVICES INC.
The Queen of Cumberland at dock.  Photo courtesy of  Brandon Swan
With the spectacular, rugged scenery of the B.C. Coast, it's hard to get a bad
photo of a B.C. Ferry.  Above, the
Island Sky is captured by  Mike Bonkowski.
The Queen of Capilano in 2016.  Photo courtesy of Paul Van Buekenhout.