The Vintage Vessel Cleodoxa

by John MacFarlane 2018

Cleodoxa

The Cleodoxa at Pitt Lake BC. (Photo from the Steve McBeath collection.)

The Cleodoxa was built as the Yrrebeinna in 1913 by A.W. LePage Gasoline Engine Supply Co. in Vancouver BC to a design by A.W. LePage. She was 15.54m x 2.93m x 1.46m (44.3' x 9.5' x 3.7') wooden hull 18.38gt 12.5rt. In 1924 she was rebuilt in Vancouver BC.

Cleodoxa

The Cleodoxa (Photo from the Cliff Craig collection.)

In 1913–1920 she was owned by Alfred W. LePage, Vancouver BC. In 1920–1922 she was owned by R.M. Maitland, Vancouver BC. In 1922–1926 she was owned by the Hon. W.C. Shelley, Vancouver BC. In 1926–1940 she was owned by Robert J. Sprott, Vancouver BC.In 1940–1944 she was owned by Mrs. Annie W. Sprott, Vancouver BC. In 1944–1951 she was owned by Bruce Arundel & Bill Robertson (JO), Vancouver BC. In 1951–1961 she was owned by Stanley Morton (MO), Vancouver BC. In 1961–1966 she was owned by Bruce Arundel and Sam Mackay, Vancouver BC. In 1971 she was owned by Thomas Coombes, Coquitlam BC. In 1972–1975 she was owned by Stephen R. McBeath, Port Coquitlam BC. In 1976–2014 she was owned by Robert M. Fox, Cowichan Bay BC. In 2015–2019 she was owned by Judith P. Mead and Orion MacMain, Duncan BC.

Cleodoxa

The Cleodoxa on the ways at the Cowichan Bay Shipyard. (Photo from the Melodie and Grant Blundell collection.)

Cleodoxa

The Cleodoxa on the ways at the Cowichan Bay Shipyard. She is having a plank replaced. (Photo from the Melodie and Grant Blundell collection.)



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MacFarlane, John (2018) The Vintage Vessel Cleodoxa. Nauticapedia.ca 2018. http://nauticapedia.ca/Gallery/Cleodoxa.php

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