Royal Canadian Navy Auxiliaries and Other Ships
CFAV Quest AGOR-172 (1969-2016) LOA 235′ TDISP 2,100 tons scrapped 2018
CSS/HMCS Acadia (1913) LOA 182′ TDISP 1,050 tons Canadian Hydrographic Service (commissioned patrol ship HMCS Acadia during both World Wars) museum ship since 1982
Replenishment / Resupply vessels
MV Asterix (2018) built as Cynthia 2010. LOA 598′ TDISP 26,000 tons. Converted from commercial vessel, at Davie Shipbuilding QC 2017. This will bridge the gap in AOR replenishment resupply vessels created by the early retirement of the Protecteur class.
Protecteur Class Auxiliary Replenishment Oiler LOA 564′ TDISP 24,500 tons (2 retired, both scrapped)
HMCS Protecteur AOR-509 (1969 – 2015)
HMCS Preserver AOR-510 (1970 – 2017)
HMCS Bras d’Or FHE-400 unique hydrofoil design (1968 – 1971) LOA 164′ TDISP 240 tons. preserved as a Museum Ship L’Islet-sur-Mer, QC
R-103 Baddeck (Original name Bras d’Or until 1962) (1957 – 1973) LOA 59′ TDISP 17 tons, preserved in a disassembled state at the Canada Museum of Science and Technology Ottawa. This experimental hydrofoil helped test technologies used on the later HMCS Bras d’Or.
Diving Support Vessel
HMCS Cormorant ASL-20 (1975 – 1997) originally built as commercial vessel Aspa Quarto 1965 LOA 245′ TDISP 2,350 tons despite being sold to US buyers, the ship has been laid up in a deteriorated state at Bridgewater NS (LaHave River) ever since. Shortly after the below capture the vessel partially capsized.
Porte Class Gate / Boom Defence / naval reserve training Vessels 1951-1996 (4 built, all retired) LOA 125′ TDISP 500 tons
HMCS Porte de la Reine and HMCS Porte Quebec (both commissioned 1952)
Dun Class Coastal Tanker LOA 179′ TDISP 950 tons (2, both now scrapped)
HMCS / CFAV Dundurn Z41/502 (1942-1993) after service as a naval auxiliary, served as a breakwater in North Vancouver until mid-2014, when Dundurn was removed to the Fraser River and then scrapped.