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QUEEN OF THE NORTH - IMO 6917267

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Photographer:
Mr. DOT [ View profile ]
Captured:
May 31, 1980
Photo Category:
Ferries
Added:
Feb 14, 2013
Views:
1,136
Image Resolution:
1,680 x 945

Description:

'Queen of the North' @ Prince Rupert, BC, Canada on the occasion of her 'open ship' as BC Ferries new 'Northern Ship' - 31 May 1980 [photo © WCK-JST - Kitschrome 80-04-03]
Entered service in 1969 in Europe as the 'Stena Danica'. Sold to BC Ferries (Canada) in 1974, & renamed 'Queen of Surrey'. In 1980 she was renamed the 'Queen of the North' at the time she began serving on BC Ferries routes in the northern 'Inside Passage', and across Hecate Strait to Haida Gwaii (aka the Queen Charlotte Islands).

photo by my brother Jim, 'Wett Coast' on Flickr

Vessel
particulars

Current name:
QUEEN OF THE NORTH

Former name(s):

 -  Queen Of Surrey (Until 1980)

Status:
Dead
Build year:
1969
Vessel Type:
Ro-ro/passenger Ship
Gross tonnage:
8,889 tons
Summer DWT:
1,205 tons

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