The Great Tugboat Race


The Renesue was originally named Patricia Anne. She sank near Montreal River and was salvaged by the Hindman Lumber Company. They towed it to Owen Sound for a rebuild then worked her logging until 1968. Al Bourgond bought her in 1970 and did a refit, including a new pilot house. He renamed her Renesue. Howard Avery purchased her in 1980 and Keith Avery purchased her in 1993. She has been out of the water for several years but was relaunched in 2003.

Owner: Howard Avery Construction
Captain: Jordan Avery
Year Built: 1920-1930
Gross Wt: 18 Tons
Length: 40 Feet
Beam: 12 Feet
Draft: 4 Feet

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