Built by British Columbia Marine Railway, Esquimalt, British Columbia. Length: 228  Beam 40  Draft: 16.6  1997 tons  1600 HP
triple expansion engine.  Speed: 15 knots.  700 day passengers, overnight 164 in 82 staterooms.

A handsome single-stack wooden passenger steamer, Princess Royal, was constructed by the British Columbia Marine Railway of Esquimalt for the Canadian
Pacific Railway's B. C. Coast Service, being placed for a time on the Victoria - Seattle - Vancouver route and operated on excursions to southeastern Alaska.
Princess Royal was a single -screw steamer of 1,997 tons, 228 x 40 x 16.6, having a 1,600horsepower triple -expansion engine (22, 35, 60 x 36), giving her a
service speed of 15 knots. She had a capacity of 700 day passengers and overnight accommodations for 164 in 82 staterooms and was the last wooden
vessel built for the company. Gordon Newell, Maritime Events of 1907, H.W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest., p. 138.

Scrapped 1933.