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Balsam (II)

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Registry #1 157130 Registry #2 Registry #3
Name 1 1934 Betty Lou (I) Name 5
Name 2 1950 Balsam (II) Name 6
Name 3 1989c Balsam Star Name 7
Name 4 Name 8
Year Built 1934 Place Victoria Area BC Country Canada
Designer (nk) Measurement (imp) 36.7' x 11.0' x 5.6'
Builder Bird, Henry A. & J.H. Nicholson Measurement (metric) 11.2m x 3.4m x 1.7m
Hull Wood Displacement
Gross Tonnage 17.04 Type 1 Yacht, power-cruiser
Registered Tonnage 11.59 Type 2
Engine 90hp engine (1934) Engine Manufacture
Repower 130bhp diesel engine (2004c) Propulsion Screw
Rebuilds Call Sign
Pendant  # Masters
In 1934-1937 she was owned by Henry Bird and John H. Nicholson (JO), Victoria BC. In 1938 she was owned by John H. & Miss Betty Nicholson (JO), Victoria BC. In 1940 she was owned by George D. and Mary M. Salter (JO), Victoria BC. In 1941 she was owned by Edward L. Robson, Duncan BC. In 1946 she was owned by Bertram Waude, Victoria BC. In 1948 she was owned by Alfred E. Anderson, Vancouver BC. In 1949-1958 she was owned by the British Columbia Minister of Lands & Forests, Victoria BC. In 1963-1967 she was owned by The Minister of Forests & Water Resources, Victoria BC. In 1970 she was owned by William S. Greer, Surrey BC. In 1979-1985 she was owned by Denis P. Love, Vancouver BC. In 1986 she was owned by Christopher Dalton, Richmond BC. In 2003-2013 she was owned by Royden G. Aspeden, Mill Bay BC.
Fate Registry closed Date 2013-02-12
Named Features
Significance of Name
Canada List of Shipping; Coney, Michael (1983);
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