Description: The Canadian Princess, previously the William J. Stewart, was considered one of the finest coastal crafts in Canada and made an important contribution to the safety of mariners in her 43 years of service (1932-1975) as a hydrographic survey ship.
In 1979, the William J. Stewart was purchased by the Oak Bay Marine Group of Victoria, renamed the Canadian Princess and refurbished. She was then towed to Ucluelet harbour where she now operates as a floating hotel/salmon fishing resort
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