Join the Sea Hunters as they dive and explore Canada's first naval training ship resting in the magnificent waters of a National Marine Sanctuary. The HMCS "Canada" was built in England at the Vickers Maxim and Sons Yard in Barrow in Furness. She was delivered to Canada in 1904 to work in the Canadian Fisheries Protection service. She later became the Canadian Navy's first naval training ship and was, as stated by Canadian naval historians, the "Flagship of the embryonic Canadian Navy at the time, symbolic of the evolution of Canada from a dominion within the British Empire to a sovereign nation". She was decommissioned in 1919 and was sold in 1924 to Mr. Barron Collier, a rich Florida landowner, who renamed her "Queen of Nassau". She sank en-route to Tampa Florida in 1926.
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