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The Canada (c. 6,500 grt, 501 ft.long) was put in service in 1953 as the last of the Seattle series - eight
ships built for Johnson Line between 1947 and 1953. With a speed of 20 knots she could accomodate 12 passengers.
Having been rebuilt (with a new tonnage of over 9,000 grt) in 1963, she was sold in 1977 and scrapped a year later.

Cover of a 1956 Johnson Line brochure.


The Canada in later years.
(Photo by FotoFlite)

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This page last updated April 29, 2006.