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Hudson's Bay Company vessels

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The Hudson's Bay Company, at one time a fur trading business, has operated a large fleet of vessels in its history.[1]

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Ship list

List of Hudson's Bay Company vessels[1]
image vessel type start end area
Aklavik, a Hudson's Bay Company cargo vessel, that may have made an unofficial transit of the Northwest Passage.jpg
Aklavik Motor vessel 1923 1942 Western Arctic [1]
In 1859, the ugly 'Anson Northup' became the first steamboat to operate on prairie rivers.png
Anson Northup (a.k.a. The Pioneer) Steamboat 1861 1861 Interior [2]
<i>Anyox</i> Steamship (chartered by HBC) 1933 1933 Western Arctic [3]
The S.S. Athabasca at Athabasca Landing..jpg
Athabasca Stern wheel steamer 1888 1897 Interior [4]
<i>Athabasca River</i> Stern wheel steamer 1912 1917 Interior [5]
The Athabasca River at Fort Chipewyan.jpg
<i>Athabasca River</i> Stern wheel tug 1922 1949 Interior [6]
Banksland Freighter 1955 1964 Western Arctic [7]
Baychimo Trapped in ice.jpg
Baychimo Steel steamer 1921 1931 Europe, Western Arctic, Eastern Arctic [8]
Bayeskimo leaving Scotland on her maiden voyage - MP-1984.130.57 (cropped).jpg
Bayeskimo Steel screw steamer 1922 1925 Eastern Arctic [9]
Polarskipet Maud.jpg
Baymaud Motor schooner 1926 1927 Western Arctic [10]
Baynain Steel screw steamer 1928 1930 Eastern Arctic [11]
Bayrupert Steel screw steamer 1926 1927 Eastern Arctic [12]
Steamship Beaver.jpg
Beaver Steamship 1835 1860 Pacific Northwest [13]
<i>Beaver</i> Sloop, converted to brig 1788 1793 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Diesel tugboat Beaver Lake, and loaded barge, leaving Waterways, Alberta, for the Arctic, 1946 - N-2013-014-0422.jpg
Beaver Lake Twin-screw diesel tug 1938 1947 Interior [14]
Brierley Hill Barque 1872 1881 Europe, Pacific Northwest [15]
Brothers Barque, chartered by HBC 1843 1845 Europe, Pacific Northwest [16]
Broughton Sloop 1826 1836 Pacific Northwest [17]
Buffalo Lake Tunnel sterned tug (twin screw) 1930 post-1939 Interior [18]
Cadborough Schooner 1826 1850 Europe, Pacific Northwest [19]
Caledonia Stern paddlewheel 1890 1907 Pacific Northwest [20]
Cam Owen Brigantine 1883 1886 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay [21]
Camden 1824 1831 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Carnatic Full-rigged ship 1858 1860 Europe, Pacific Northwest [22]
Ceres Brig 1802 1804 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Charlotte Brig 1769 1782 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Charlotte Sloop 1775 1781 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Cheshire Cat Auxiliary yacht 1910 1910 Europe, Eastern Arctic
Cheyenne Sidewheeler 1881 1881 Interior [23]
After her retirement as a steamship, and being stripped of her steam engine, the Chief Commissioner was converted to a floating warehouse -a.png
Chief Commissioner Screw steamer 1872 1875 Interior [24]
City of Winnipeg (steamboat, 1881).jpg
City of Winnipeg Sternwheeler 1881 1881 Interior [25]
Colinda Barque, chartered by HBC 1853 1854 Europe, Pacific Northwest [26]
Columbia Barque 1835 1850 Europe, Pacific Northwest [27]
Steamship Colvile, loading in Norway House.png
Colvile Screw steamer 1875 1882 Interior [28]
Corea Barque 1860 1861 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic [29]
Cowlitz Barque 1840 1851 Europe, Pacific Northwest [30]
D.A. Thomas, at Shaftesbury Trail, Alberta.jpg
D.A. Thomas Steamship 1924 1930 Interior [31]
Dering Frigate 1692 1697 Europe, Eastern Arctic [32]
Dering Pink, fireship 1688 1689 Europe, Eastern Arctic [33]
Diamond Barque, chartered by HBC 1842 1843 Europe, Pacific Northwest [34]
Diana Screw steamer 1880 1888 Europe, Eastern Arctic [35]
Discovery Barque-rigged auxiliary steamer 1905 1920 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic [36]
Sternwheeler S.S. Distributor on Slave River, Northwest Territories.jpg
Distributor Sternwheeler tug 1924 1947 Interior [37]
Dryad Brigantine, chartered by HBC 1825 1836 Europe, Pacific Northwest [38]
Eagle Brigantine 1827 1837 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest [39]
Eaglet Ketch 1668 1668 Europe, Eastern Arctic [40]
HBC Eddystone (cropped).jpg
Eddystone Full-rigged ship 1807 1823 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Edward and Ann Full-rigged ship, chartered by HBC 1811 1811 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Emerald Brig 1816 1817 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Detail of the Enterprise, at Soda Creek, in 1868.jpg
Enterprise Sidewheeler 1862 1883 Pacific Northwest [41]
Hudson Bay vessel Erik at the trading Post, Nachvak Fjord, Labrador, 1896.png
Erik Screw steamer 1888 1900 Europe, Eastern Arctic [42]
Eskimo Single screw motor vessel 1947 1949 Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic [43]
Esquimaux Brigantine 1835 1836 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic [44]
Forager Chartered by HBC 1839 1841 Europe, Pacific Northwest [45]
Fort Charles Wooden ketch 1940 1959 Hudson Bay, James Bay [46]
Fort Churchill Motor sailing vessel 1913 1939 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Crew on board 'Albert Revillon' at Ungava Post, Quebec.jpg
Fort Garry Schooner post-1924 1939 Eastern Arctic
Fort Garry Steel Naval Stores Lighter 1950 1961 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Fort Hearne Motor screw 1949 1961 Western Arctic
Fort James Two-masted auxiliary schooner 1928 1937 Western Arctic, Eastern Arctic
Fort McPherson Gas schooner 1914 1930 Western Arctic
Fort Ross Motor vessel 1938 1950 Western Arctic
Fort Severn Auxiliary wood schooner 1926 1950 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Fort York Motor schooner 1914 1930 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Fox Schooner 1850 1878 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Fox Yawl 1885 1918 Eastern Arctic
Frances Schooner 1836 1843 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Ganymede Barque, chartered by HBC 1828 1837 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest, Eastern Arctic
Glaramara Barque 1865 1867 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Gomelza Full-rigged ship, chartered by HBC 1859 1859 Europe, Pacific Northwest
The S.S. Grahame on the Athabasca River.jpg
Grahame Sternwheeler 1884 1896 Interior
Hadlow Full-rigged ship 1815 1816 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Hampshire Frigate 1697 1697 Eastern Arctic
Harmony Auxiliary steamer 1926 1927 Eastern Arctic
Harpooner Brigantine or barque, chartered by HBC 1848 1850 Pacific Northwest
Holgate Steamship, chartered by HBC 1916 1916 Europe
Huband Frigate 1687 1687 Europe, Eastern Arctic
Hudson's Bay Pink, frigate 1689 1697 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic
Inenew Steamship 1902 1903 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
International at HBC warehouse, Upper Fort Garry, 1872. PAM .png
International Double-decked sternwheeler 1867 1871 Interior
Isabella Brig 1829 1830 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Isobel Schooner 1851 1857 Interior
James Ketch 1682 1683 Eastern Arctic
John & Alexander Fireship, lent to HBC 1679 1680 Eastern Arctic
Kayoshk Schooner 1874 1879 Eastern Arctic
King George Full-rigged ship 1750 1755 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
King George Full-rigged ship 1761 1780 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
King George Full-rigged ship 1781 1812 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Kitty Barque, chartered by HBC 1859 1859 Eastern Arctic
Koksoak Peterhead 1929 1944 Eastern Arctic
Kugyuk Motor screw schooner (tug) 1925 1926 Western Arctic
Labouchere (paddle steamer).jpg
Labouchere Sidewheeler 1858 1866 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Labrador Screw steamer/barque 1866 1887 Europe, Eastern Arctic
Lady Frances Simpson Schooner 1852 1858 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Lady Head Barque 1865 1903 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest
Lady Kindersley Schooner 1921 1924 Western Arctic
Lady Lampson Barque 1869 1878 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Lama Brigantine 1832 1837 Pacific Northwest
Lauriston Barque 1916 1917 Europe
Liard River Sternwheeler 1918 1922 Interior
Liard River Tunnel sterned motor tug 1923 1947 Interior
Lily Sternwheeler 1877 1883 Interior
Lively Brig, chartered by HBC 1822 1824 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Mackenzie River Sternwheeler 1908 1947 Interior
Mainwaring Schooner 1807 1820 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Sternwheeler Manitoba, in the NWT, in 1885.png
Manitoba Sternwheeler 1880 1884 Interior
Margaret A. Motor schooner 1934 1943 Western Arctic
Steamship Marquette, in 1883.png
Marquette Sternwheeler 1879 1883 Interior
Steamship Marquis in 1884.png
Marquis Sternwheeler 1882 1886 Interior
Marten) Brig 1845 1850 Eastern Arctic
Marten Schooner 1852 1878 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Mary Frigate 1737 1749 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Mary Dare Brigantine 1846 1854 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Messenger Fan-tail stern 1897 1906 Interior
Midge Schooner 1877 1877 Eastern Arctic
Mink Schooner 1874 1903 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
HBC Mount Royal.gif
Mount Royal Sternwheeler 1902 1907 Pacific Northwest
Ship. Nascopie BAnQ P48S1P12476.jpg
Nascopie Steel screw semi-icebreaker 1912 1947 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic
Neophyte Motor ketch 1946 1947 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Nereide Brig 1833 1840 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Nigalik Ketch 1938 1952 Western Arctic
Nimble Brigantine 1792 1793 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Nonsuch Replica Ketch, replica 1968 1974 Europe, Pacific Northwest, Interior
Norman Morison Barque 1849 1853 Europe, Pacific Northwest
North West Sternwheeler 1882 1897 Interior
Steamship Northcote -a.png
Northcote Stern paddlewheel steamer 1874 1886 Interior
Northern Trading Company steamship, Northland Echo -a.jpg
Northland Echo Sternwheel tug 1928 1945 Interior
Northwest Fox Frigate 1689 1690 Europe, Eastern Arctic
Ocean Nymph Barque 1863 1884 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic
Old Maid Schooner 1928 1930 Western Arctic
HBC steamship Otter.gif
Otter Screw steamer 1853 1883 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Pagwa Motor tug 1923 1924 Interior
Pandora Brig 1846 1851 Pacific Northwest
Pelican Screw sloop 1901 1920 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic
Hudson's Bay Company boat Pelly Lake at Waterways in 1936.jpeg
Pelly Lake
Perseverance Barque 1891 1900 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic
Port Simpson Sternwheeler 1908 1918 Pacific Northwest
Prince Albert Barque 1841 1856 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest
Prince Arthur Barque 1854 1864 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince George Full-rigged ship, chartered by HBC 1834 1837 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince of Wales Full-rigged ship 1793 1841 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince of Wales Schooner 1845 1850 Pacific Northwest
Prince of Wales Barque 1850 1885 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest
Prince Rupert Frigate 1744 1760 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince Rupert Presumed pink 1755 1768 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince Rupert "Ship" frigate 1769 1786 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince Rupert Sailing ship 1827 1841 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince Rupert Barque 1841 1853 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Prince Rupert "Clipper" Barque 1865 1886 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest
Prince Rupert Barque 1887 1891 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Princess Schooner 1892 1896 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Princess Louise (sidewheeler) at Masset BC ca 1880.JPG
Princess Louise Side paddle-wheeler 1878 1883 Pacific Northwest
Princess Royal Frigate 1854 1885 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay, Pacific Northwest
Queen Charlotte Full-rigged ship 1790 1800 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Recovery Brigantine 1852 1859 Pacific Northwest
Robin Schooner 1843 1856 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Ruby Schooner, chartered by HBC 1914 1923 Europe, Western Arctic
Rupertsland Steel motor vessel 1948 1960 Hudson Bay, James Bay, Eastern Arctic
Hudson's Bay Company boat Saskalta at Waterways, Alberta, in 1936.jpeg
<i>Saskalta</i> 1921
Hudson's Bay Company sternwheel steamship Saskatchewan, in 1882.png
Saskatchewan Steamboat 1873 1873 Interior[2]
Saskatchewan Sternwheeler 1905 1909 Interior
Seahorse Pink 1734 1764 Europe Hudson Bay, James Bay
Seahorse "Ship" frigate 1765 1781 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Seahorse Full-rigged ship 1782 1792 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Sorine Barque, chartered by HBC 1910 1911 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Stork Barque 1904 1908 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Strathcona Stern steam paddlewheel 1898 1902 Pacific Northwest
Sumatra Barque, chartered by HBC 1836 1838 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Titania Clipper 1885 1893 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Tory Barque, chartered by HBC 1850 1851 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Una Brigantine 1849 1852 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Union Sloop 1824 1831 Hudson Bay, James Bay
Valleyfield Barque, chartered by HBC 1841 1843 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Vancouver Schooner 1826 1834 Pacific Northwest
Vancouver Barque 1838 1848 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Vancouver Brigantine 1852 1853 Pacific Northwest
Walrus Sloop 1851 1857 Europe, Hudson Bay, James Bay
Walrus Schooner 1872 1876 Europe, Eastern Arctic
Wave Schooner 1840 1841 Europe, Pacific Northwest
Weenusk Motor boat 1920 1938 Interior
Weenusk Steel tug 1940 1951 Interior
William and Ann Snow 1824 1829 Europe, Pacific Northwest

References

  1. ^ a b "Hudson's Bay Company Archives – Ships' Histories". manitoba.ca.
  2. ^ Martha McCarthy (1987). "Steamboats on the Rivers and Lakes of Manitoba 1859-96" (PDF). Manitoba Archives. Retrieved 2020-11-30.
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