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Here was 11 about an honest Navy tug turned narco-mothership, possibly, and wondering where she now may be.
I owe this post to tugboathunter, who caught not only a major typo in yesterday’s post but also presented me a key to understanding an unusual looking trawler called Nomada. I’ll be direct . . . two, three, four decades ago she was an austere tugboat called Colinette (little hill) working in Canada. See addition at the end of this post. Six and seven decades ago she was a Royal Canadian Navy tug that crossed the Atlantic to operate out of unidentified ports in the UK. My source for all this is here, which tugboathunter pointed me toward.
Who would think she started life 70 years ago on Owen Sound.
I’d love to see interior fotos.
All these shots by Will Van Dorp.
And this just in from Jason LaDue, Colinette back in November 1999.
What a retrofit job!