First Rebuild: Official Number: 111920 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 82 x 13 -- 121 tons Rebuilt: Lake of Bays, Ontario, Canada in 1908
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: South Portage, Ontario, Canada
Third Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: South Portage, Ontario, Canada
82x13x5 Owned by A. Mortimer, Mortimer's Point Ont. 1901; to C. O. Shaw (Huntsville & Lake of Bays Navigation Co.), Huntsville 1904, 1911. Built by A. Mortimer, Mortimer's Point Ont. 1901. Engine 8-18x12 by J. Inglis, Toronto. Licensed for 160 passengers 1914. Moved from Muskoka to Huntsville by rail 1905, to Lake of Bays 1908. Rebuilding by W. Robinson involved new hull completely enclosing original. Abandoned 1932 South Portage, Lake of Bays, remained several years and then rebuilt as tug. Abandoned again 1949.
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