Thursday 17 May 2012


Laid up and waiting for the next job, a group of working boats are tied off together at the Allied Shipyards at the mouth of the Seymour River in North Vancouver, from a photo I took in March 2004. Tucked between to fishing boats, lays the once famous tugboat ISLAND COMMANDER. Google her and you will see this fine ship pushing her way through heavy seas in a watercolour painting by James Williamson. The ISLAND COMMANDER did find work again and has recently been photographed near Annacis Island on the Fraser River.

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