Category:Playfair (ship, 1973)

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Français : Le T.S. Playfair brick-goélette canadien
English: Training Ship (TS) Playfair built for Toronto Brigantine Inc. as a sail training vessel. She was commissioned by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1974, and remains the only Canadian ship to be commissioned by a reigning monarch.
  • Year Built: 1973
  • Designer: Francis A. MacLachlan
  • Built by: Canada Dredge and Dock Co. Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  • Hull: Welded steel, 1/4" hull plating, 1/2" keel plating, frames every 2'
  • Length Overall: 22m (72')
  • Length On Deck: 20m (66')
  • Length Waterline: 14m (45')
  • Beam: 4.5m (15')
  • Freeboard: 1.3m (4.3')
  • Draft: 2.5m (8')
  • Tonnage: 32.98 tons
  • Displacement: 50 tons
  • Ballast: 10 tons


  • Sail Area: Over 250m2 (2,600 sq. ft.)
  • Highest mast: 16.5m (54')
  • Engine: Detroit Diesel 3-71
  • Power: 81 kW (110 hp) at 1800 rpm
  • Cruising Speed (under power): 7 knots (13.1 km/hr or 8.1 mi/hr)

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