Vessels Built by Celtic Shipyards Ltd.

compiled by John M. MacFarlane 2015

"B.C. Packers bought Deering Island, until 1985 known commonly as Mud Island, and Celtic Island to form the Celtic Shipyards. The cannery was closed and converted to net storage. Subsequent developments included a marine slipway to service larger vessels. Eventually, the shipyard came to be the largest on the coast for servicing wooden boats and it handled all of the B.C. Packers fleet." (from Illustrated Vancouver) 13 matches. 1 page. Max 50 records per page.
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Name Registration Vessel Type Year Built
B.C.P. 41 154549 Fishboat, seiner 1927
Fire Fighting 816151 Fireboat 1992
Fireboat 1 816124 fireboat 1992
Fireboat 2 816134 fireboat 1992
Fireboat 3 816151 Fireboat 1992
Fireboat 4 816160 Fireboat 1992
Fireboat 5 816186 fireboat 1992
Mystic Dream 815120 Fishboat, general 1992
Natasha Marie C02209BC Fishboat, general 2005c
Ochichak 154549 Fishboat, seiner 1927
Port Fraser (III) 384140 Patrol Vessel 1995
Santa Rosa (I) 154549 Fishboat, seiner 1927
Skidegate 154549 Fishboat, seiner 1927

Author’s Note: This is a partial list (work in progress).

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