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Created: 2020-03-06 8:22:56 PM
Last Edited: 2022-01-16 4:23:18 PM




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Queen of the North (1992/05/24)
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Queen of the North (1998/06/22)
  IMO: 6917267  
Details/Construction
Builder:Weser Seebeck (A.G. "Weser" Werk Seebeck)Location:Bremerhaven, GermanyHull #:934
Keel Layed:Launched:1969/02/16Commissioned:1969/06/28
Propulsion
As builtType:2 MAN 16V40/54 16-cylinder diesel enginesOutput:16000 bhp (11474 kW) - 22.5 knots
Manufacturer:Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-N├╝rnberg AG (MAN) - Augsburg, Germany
 
Dimensions
As builtLength (oa):125.0 m (410.1 ft)Gross Tonnage:8889
Length (lbp):Net Tonnage:7098
Beam:19.74 m (64.8 ft)Dead Weight:1205
Depth:11.36 m (37.3 ft)Displacement:
Draft: 
Owner HistoryFleet History
OwnerManagerFromUntil
Stena A/B - Sweden19691974
British Columbia Government19741977
British Columbia Ferry Corporation - Canada19772006/03/22
FleetFromUntil
Name HistoryRegistration History
NameUntil
Stena Danica1974
Queen of Surrey1980
Queen of the North2006/03/22
NumberPortCall SignMMSIFromUntil
11075 Gothenburg, Sweden 1969 1974
Can 368854 Vancouver, B.C., Canada 1974 2006/03
Disposition
Description/Location
Arrival at YardBeached:Work Began:
LostWrecked in the Whale Channel east of Gil Island, B.C. (53.19N/129.13W) while enroute from Prince Rupert, B.C. to Port Hardy, B.C.Date:2006/03/22

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