The SS Master was built in 1922 for Captain Herman Thorsen. Her boilers built by Vulcan Iron Works Ltd., Vancouver, BC. Built of BC fir throughout. Fuelled by a 9,000 gallon bunker oil tank, and powered by a scoth boiler and 350ihp engine. She is the last steam tug in British Columbia waters, now operating as a preserved museum vessel. The vessel has been maintained close to its original configuration and is a living memorial to the towboats and their crews who contributed so much to the maritime heritage of the west coast. She steamed more than one million miles during her working years.
Source: Nauticapedia: Master