The Point Valour is a classic tug which was built by the Davie Shipbuilding Company in 1958 and is hull # 621. The Point Valour was originally ordered by the Foundation Maritime company and the original name was the Foundation Valour. There are two other "sister" boats to the Valour and the original names are Foundation Victor (Ex Jerry Newberry , currently R. J. Ballott ) and the Foundation Vibert (currently Florence M.). The Point Valour is 98' long by 28' wide, but because of the rubber strips and the tires which are chained to the side of the bulwarks to act as bumpers the tug is approximately 104' long by approximately 30' wide and has a reinforcing hull able to break ice up to five feet thick. The propeller on this tug measure approximately 9' straight across. Unlike many other tugs

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  • The Point Valour is a classic tug which was built by the Davie Shipbuilding Company in 1958 and is hull # 621. The Point Valour was originally ordered by the Foundation Maritime company and the original name was the Foundation Valour. There are two other "sister" boats to the Valour and the original names are Foundation Victor (Ex Jerry Newberry , currently R. J. Ballott ) and the Foundation Vibert (currently Florence M.). The Point Valour is 98' long by 28' wide, but because of the rubber strips and the tires which are chained to the side of the bulwarks to act as bumpers the tug is approximately 104' long by approximately 30' wide and has a reinforcing hull able to break ice up to five feet thick. The propeller on this tug measure approximately 9' straight across. Unlike many other tugs which are "modernized", there has been very little done to this tug - most of it is all original from 1958. (en)
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  • The Point Valour is a classic tug which was built by the Davie Shipbuilding Company in 1958 and is hull # 621. The Point Valour was originally ordered by the Foundation Maritime company and the original name was the Foundation Valour. There are two other "sister" boats to the Valour and the original names are Foundation Victor (Ex Jerry Newberry , currently R. J. Ballott ) and the Foundation Vibert (currently Florence M.). The Point Valour is 98' long by 28' wide, but because of the rubber strips and the tires which are chained to the side of the bulwarks to act as bumpers the tug is approximately 104' long by approximately 30' wide and has a reinforcing hull able to break ice up to five feet thick. The propeller on this tug measure approximately 9' straight across. Unlike many other tugs (en)
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