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Vessels Built by Turner Boat Works Ltd.
compiled by John M. MacFarlane 2015
They were a boat building company located in Vancouver BC. It started on Coal Harbour about 1897. William Turner, Jr., was a boat builder who operated Turner's Boat Works with his father, William Harold Turner, Sr. (1867-1951). Turner, Sr. came to Canada in 1888 and established Turner's Boat Works in 1908. He retired in 1942, his son then operated the shipyard. In 1943, a fire destroyed the shipyard, but it was rebuilt and continued to operate until 1958, when the younger Turner retired.49 matches. 1 page. Max 50 records per page.
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|Name||Registration||Vessel Type||Year Built|
|Ar Bon Ve Jay||192042||Passenger vessel||1949|
|Cheam (III)||190577||Passenger vessel||1947|
|Eva V (I)||179620||Work Boat||1947|
|Eva V II||195454||Tug||1953|
|Flying Comet||197388||Work Boat||1954|
|Flying Express||195212||Work Boat||1952|
|Flying Spray II||194198||Passenger Vessel||1951|
|Hunechin Chief||189216||Passenger Vessel||1956|
|Linda Lou III||198628||Yacht||1955|
|Maggie M.||198925||Yacht, power-cruiser||1953|
|Mardred B.||172559||Fishboat, general||1932|
|Mercury IX||192042||Passenger vessel||1949|
|Nanaimo Sprite||198657||Passenger vessel||1954|
|Oh-Oh II||194212||Passenger vessel||1951|
|P.D.Q. II (I)||188614||Passenger vessel||1956|
|P.D.Q. II (II)||194689||Passenger vessel||1948|
|P.G. Lady||179620||Work Boat||1947|
|Placebo II||195885||Yacht, power-cruiser||1952|
|Robert Allen (I)||320158||Work Boat||1953|
|Snow Goose II (I)||198678||Yacht||1955|
|Strombolli II||194648||Work Boat||1951|
|Sun Dance III||192042||Passenger vessel||1949|
|Texada Moccasin||197719||Passenger vessel||1954|
|Wee Chapy (I)||198925||Yacht, power-cruiser||1953|
|White Arrow No. 1||198940||Passenger vessel||1955|
Author’s Note: This is a partial list (work in progress).
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Note to Reader: Vessel names containing Roman numerals in parentheses (e.g. Floater (II)) indicates more than one vessel in the database with the same name. The numerals in parentheses are NOT part of the vessel name but are used to distinguish one vessel from another in the database.
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MacFarlane, John M. (2015) Vessels Built by Turner Boats Ltd. Nauticapedia.ca 2015. http://nauticapedia.ca/Articles/Vessel_Builders_Turner_Boats.php
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