Vessels built by the Newcastle Ship Building Co. Ltd.

compiled by John M. MacFarlane 2013

Gordon Miller states that "they were located was located at the mouth of the Millstream River, behind the present–day location of the Nanaimo Civic Arena."

27 matches. 1 page. Max 50 records per page.
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Name Registration Vessel Type Year Built
Babine (R.C.A.F.) 177593 Patrol vessel 1944
Babine Post (I) 177593 Patrol vessel 1944
Chemainus (II) 178680 Tug 1947
Coquitlam (H.M.C.S.) CN J.364 Minesweeper, Llewellyn-class 1944
D.H. McDougall 176519 Tug 1944
F.D. 2 177593 Patrol vessel 1944
F.D. 3 177753 Patrol vessel 1944
F.D. No. 1 177594 Patrol vessel 1944
Hesquiat (II) 176891 Patrol vessel 1944
Hesquiat (R.C.A.F.) 176891 Patrol vessel 1944
Kilslai 177594 Patrol vessel 1944
Kimsquit (I) 176896 Freighter 1944
Kimsquit (R.C.A.F.) 176896 Freighter 1944
Lorinda B 177594 Patrol vessel 1944
Northern Mist 177753 Patrol vessel 1944
SBR-125 (USSR) CN J.495 Minesweeper, Lake-class (Admiralty - Type) 1946
Sea Foam II 176519 Tug 1944
Seton (R.C.A.F.) RCAF M.598 Work Boat 1943
Sooke Post (I) 177594 Patrol vessel 1944
Sooke Post (R.C.A.F.) 177594 Patrol vessel 1944
St. Joseph (H.M.C.S.) CN J.359 Minesweeper, Llewellyn-class -
Storm III 177995 Fishboat, general 1947
Stuart (R.C.A.F.) 177753 Patrol vessel 1944
Stuart Post (I) 177753 Patrol vessel 1944
T-201 (USSR) CN J.495 Minesweeper, Lake-class (Admiralty - Type) 1946
Wilcox CN J.364 Minesweeper, Llewellyn-class 1944
Willow Lake (H.M.C.S.) CN J.495 Minesweeper, Lake-class (Admiralty - Type) 1946

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


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