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  1. HMCS Montréal F336.JPG

    Class and type Halifax-class frigate Displacement 3,995 tonnes (light) 4,795 tonnes (operational) 5,032 tonnes (deep load) Length 134.2 m (440 ft) Beam 16.5 m (54 ft) Draught 7.1 m (23 ft) Propulsion 2 × LM2500 gas turbines 1 × SEMT Pielstick diesel engine Speed 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph)...
  2. P1150518.JPG

    HMCS Fredericton off the coast of Crete
  3. CANADA

    Accompanying text: "Britain's contraband control in operation - cutting off Germany's war supplies. A contraband examination steamer standing by a stopped liner". The Danish liner CANADA of 1935 photographed only weeks before her wreckage after a torpedo hit on 3rd November 1939 off...
  4. Canadian MTB's

    Several MTB's and a Royal Canadian Airforce Air/Sea Rescue launch in the fitting out basin of the Canadian Power Boat Company, Montreal.
  5. Canada

    A typical Dutch coaster of the 50's and a frequent Thames visitor the Canada is outward bound at Higham Bight in 1973. Owned by Ripmeester & Co she was built 1956 and was 347 gr tons.
  6. MARLIN II

    With fish-feed barge Vancouver BC Canada
  7. Canada

    Swedish pass/cargo liner CANADA, imo 5959680/ 152,46m/ 7.211gt/ 2x Kockums MAN diesel/ 19,5kn; 22/05/1953 completed by Kockums Varv A/B, Malmo, for Rederi A/B Nordstjernan (Johnson Line), Stockholm; 1977 UNITED VISION, Taranaki Maritime Inc, Monrovia, Singapore flag; 24/12/1978 arrived Kaohsiung...
  8. Queen of Capilano

    B.C. Ferries, Horseshoe Bay MV Queen of Capilano (1991) • 85 vehicles • 462 passengers • 96 metre length • 2,500 gross tons • 12.5 kts • 7305 HP • Route: Horseshoe Bay/Bowen Island
  9. Canada

    Danish pass/cargo liner CANADA, imo 5608092/ 147,9m/ 11.108gt/ 15kn/ 60 pax; 08/1935 completed by Nakskov Skibsvaerft, Nakskov, for East Asiatic Company, Copenhagen, for its pass/cargo service to west coast of USA; 03/11/1939 she departed from Hull. Shortly after leaving the river mouth (Humber)...
  10. CCGS Bartlett

    6054 CCGS Bartlett, Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, Victoria, BC, Canada. 21052013
  11. Unknown vessel = CCGS MONTMORENCY

    This pic. was shot in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in 2002. Can anyone tell the name of the vessel and it's purpose?
  12. CSL Assiniboine, leaving Cote-Ste-Catherine Lock

    Built as the Jean Parisien, Davie Shipbuilding, Lauzon, Quebec, Canada, in 1977 At Port Weller Shipyard, in 2005, New forward end installed, after accomodation and engineroom kept. OAL; 225.55, beam; 23.77m DWT: 29000 to 30000 mt at Seaway Draft ME: two Crossley-Pielstick 10PC2-2, 4500 hp...
  13. M/V CSL ASSINIBOINE

    Built as the Jean Parisien, Davie Shipbuilding, Lauzon, Quebec, Canada, in 1977 At Port Weller Shipyard, in 2005, New forward end installed, after accomodation and engineroom kept. OAL; 225.55, beam; 23.77m DWT: 29000 to 30000 mt at Seaway Draft ME: two Crossley-Pielstick 10PC2-2, 4500 hp each.
  14. HMCS MARGAREE DDE230 as-built

    HMCS MARGAREE DDE230 as-built (Ships Post Card). Namesake: Margaree River,Nova Scotia Builder: Halifax Shipyards, Halifax,Nova Scotia. Laid down: 12 September 1951 Launched: 29 March 1956 Commissioned: 5 October 1957 Decommissioned: 2 May 1992 Reclassified: 15 October 1965 (as DDH)...
  15. Canada

    Canada
  16. Canada

    Canada 1953 9024t builder Kocknums/Malmo 1977 United Vison broken up Kaohsiung 1973
  17. apollo

    apollo model in scale 1\500 built by my self
  18. Great Lakes Locks

    First passage is interesting. When you doing this from time to time is just lots, lots of work.
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