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- Type:Combination car and rail car ferry
- Built by: A. Stephen & Sons, Ltd. Glasgow, Scotland
- Length: 126.8 m
- Beam: 20.1 m
- Draft: 4.6 m'
- Tonnage: 5554
- Capacity was 28, 40 foot rail cars and up to 120 cars.
- 1955 Named: PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER Flag: Canada
- 1968.09 Ran aground on a mudbank shortly after leaving Nanaimo on her regular late night run to Vancouver. Three tugs pulled the vessel free. The hull was not damaged.
- 1973 Temporarily withdrawn from ferry service between downtown Vancouver and Nanaimo for a $2.8 million, three-months refit at Burrard Dry Dock.
- 1981 Sold to Ministry of Highways
- 1985 Sold to B.C. Ferries
- 1987 Sold to B.C. Steamship Company, renamed: VANVOUVER ISLAND PRINCESS
- 1989: Sold to Stena Line.
- 1990: Retired.
- 1993: Sold to Stephanie Shipping, China, renamed: NAN HAI MING ZHU
- 2001: Sold to Haveton Shipping of Hong Kong, renamed: PEARL OF SOUTH CHINA SEA