Designed as day-boat for Georgian Bay service
1922 Owned Rockport Navigation Company, Limited, Kingston, Ontario;
rebuilt, 469 gross tons
1922-1933/34 Operated in Thousand Island excursion trade
1933/34 Owned A.R. & V.C. Irvine, Port Arthur, Ontario
1933/34-1937 Operated between Port Arthur & Silver Islet, Ontario
1937 Owned Captain J.Earl McQueen, Amherstburg, Ontario
1937-1938 Operated between Kingsville, Leamington & Pelee Island,
Ontario on Lake Erie
1938, January 18 Damaged by fire, Kingsville, Lake Erie; later
rebuilt, Muir Brothers, Port Dalhousie, Ontario;
135.25 x 25 x 8.16', 451 gross tons, 297 net tons;
repowered with Fairbunks-Morse diesel engine; renamed
1941 Owned Northumberland Ferries Limited, Charlottetown, Prince
Edward Island & operated in ferry service at east coast in
subsequent years; renamed PRINCE NOVA
1959 July 6 Burned to total loss, Pictou, Nova Scotia, Atlantic Ocean
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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