|The Bainbridge/Jervis Queen, Chinook/Sechelt Queen, Langdale Queen/Kahloke, Quillayute, Smokwa and George S. Pearson/ Fox Island can be found on the
"Forgotten Fleet" page.
|The Retired Vessels
| Cy Peck
Official Number: 21120 Built by Crawford & Reid Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Tacoma, WA as Daily in 1913. Sold in February of 1918 to Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
renamed Island Princess.Sold to Gulf Island Ferry Co in August of 1930, renamed Cy Peck. Sold to gulf Island ferry copnay in December, 1950, then to B.C
Ferries in September 1960. Sold 21 November 1966 to JH Todd Co Ltd. Sold several more times.
Gross tons: 171 Net tons:116 (final) Length: 116.0 Beam 28.9 Draft: 10.0 Fairbanks Morse 6 cylinder diesel engine, 280 hp. Speed: 9 knots Passengers: 300
Final dispositon: Sank after grounding in Nanaimo Harbor. Remains dismantled at Nanaimo and hulk towed out to
sea and scuttled in June of 1986.
|Pacificat Explorer, Discovery & Voyager
1998, 1999, 2000
Official Number 0820007 Year Built 1998 Ship Name PACIFICAT EXPLORER,Ship Official Number 0821018 Year Built 1999 Ship Name PACIFICAT DISCOVERY
Official Number 0821047 Year Built 2000 Ship Name PACIFICAT VOYAGER
Vessel Type FERRY - PASSENGER/VEHICLE Gross Tonnage 9,022.00 t Net Tonnage 5,130.00 t Ship Length 107.20 m Construction Material ALUMINUM Ship Breadth
24.80 m Ship Depth 6.65 m
Engine Description DIESEL Number of Engines 4 Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED
Speed (knots) 37.0 Propulsion Method JET Propulsion Power 26000 Unit of Power KILOWATTS
Final disposition: all ferries purchased by Washington Marine; sold to Abu Dhabi Mar in the United Arab Emirates.
|Queen of Esquimalt
Official Number 0318673 Year Built 1963 Ship Name QUEEN OF ESQUIMALT Port of Registry VICTORIA Gross Tonnage 9,304.07 t Net Tonnage 7,778.35 t
Construction Type CARVEL/FLUSH Ship Length 122.22 m Construction Material STEEL Ship Breadth 23.20 m Ship Depth 5.12 m
Engine Description DIESEL Number of Engines 2 Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED Speed (knots) 19.0 Propulsion Method TWIN SCREW Propulsion Power 10880
Builder Name VICTORIA MACHINERY DEPOT CO. LTD.
Final disposition: sold to China,renamed Princess Jacqueline. The ferry never left Canada and was sold for scrap in June of 2011, and was scrapped
at Ensenda, Mexico.
|Queen of the Islands
Official Number: 0320045 Built at Burrard Dry Dock Co. 1963. Retired: 1992 Gross tons: 1717 Net Tons: 831 Length: 236 Beam 52.1 Draft: 12 Propusion: Fairbanks
Morse Twin, 3200 BHP (as built) Speed 16 knots Passengers: 400 Cars: 40
Final Disposition: fish camp for St. John's Lodge; resold and turned into a wedding/conference center and renamed "Spirit of the Nation." Moored
in North Vancouver. Check the website Celebration on the Water.
Official Number 0198842 Year Built 1956 Ship Name MILL BAY Port of Registry VICTORIA General Statistics Vessel Type FERRY - Gross Tonnage 174.89 t
Net Tonnage 118.93 t Construction Type CARVEL/FLUSH Ship Length 35.97 m Construction Material STEEL Ship Breadth 9.94 m Ship Depth 2.53 m
Engine Description DIESEL Number of Engines 1 Propulsion Type SELF-PROPELLED Speed (knots) 10.0 Propulsion Method SINGLE SCREW Propulsion Power 113
Unit of Power KILOWATTS
Builder Name VICTORIA MACHINERY DEPOT CO. LTD
Final Disposition: Sold to Gray Area Holdings of Duncan, B.C. Renamed Buttle Shuttle.
Official Number: 180894 Built by Yarrows, 1923 for CPR as Motor Princess. Gross tons: 428 Net tons:291 (final) Length: 153.0 Beam 43.5 Draft: 9.0 White Superior Single
diesel engine, 1050 hp. Speed: 9 knots Passengers: 250 Cars: 40
Final dispostion: On 23 June, 2003, while still in use as a fish camp moored in Naden
Harbour, Graham Island, Pender Lady (ex-Pender Queen, ex-Motor Princess) began taking on water. The Coast Guard rescued the 28 people on board.
The next day, with the Quillayute and Pender Lady surrounded by booms, the Pender Lady began to sink by the stern. Later in the afternoon, she had
completely sunk in 55 feet of water. The Pender Lady's hull had been stuffed with foam plastic in order to maintain buoyancy and help keep her afloat.
Fearing an even greater oil spill than the 2,000 litres that had come from the Pender Lady, it was decided that both the Pender Lady and Quillayute vessels
should be disposed of to prevent further environmental damage--and that's exactly what happened.
The Pender Lady was raised and what remained was broken up and scrapped in August, 2003.