Vessels Built by Wm. Lyall Shipbuilding Co.

compiled by John M. MacFarlane 2017

Wm. Lyall Shipbuilding Co. operated at a North Vancouver BC location during the First World War where they built wooded auxiliary schooners. They also constructed wooden steamers for the Imperial Munitions Board. In the 1920s their land was purchased by the Pacific Salvage Co. and operated as North Vancouver Ship Repairs Ltd.

20 matches. 1 page. Max 50 records per page.
Page # 1
Name Registration Vessel Type Year Built
Albert Hauet UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
Andromeda (I) (nk) Schooner, five-masted -
Cap Finisterre French Registry Schooner, five-masted -
Cap Horn French Registry Schooner, five-masted -
Cap Nord (I) (nk) Schooner, five-masted -
Cap Palos French Registry Schooner, five-masted 1918
Cap Vert (nk) Schooner, five-masted -
Cap Vincent (nk) Schooner, five-masted -
Cape Sile UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
Cernay UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
Ilaria UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
Isa (nk) Schooner, five-masted -
Nemi UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
Paris UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
War Atlin UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
War Cariboo UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
War Cayuse UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
War Nicola UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
War Puget UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918
War Suquash UK Registry Freighter, standard WW1 1918

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

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