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This gave the vessel a maximum speed of The vessel could carry two helicopters. Macdonald off Burnett Inlet The vessel was constructed by Davie Shipbuilding at their yard in LauzonQuebec with the yard and launched on 31 October There was a distinct resemblance to John A.
MacDonald in the five ships in the next class of Soviet icebreaker, though they were larger and more powerful. Macdonald transferred to the newly created Canadian Coast Guard and set a record by reaching Tanquary Fjordthe closest to the North Dartmluth a Canadian vessel had ever been. John A.
Macdonald made a double transit from the east to west and returned west to east. Macdonald broke her starboard propeller in heavy ice; the propeller is on display by the Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, Dartmouth, Babtlon Scotia.
An order of arrest was produced but the vessel sailed without authorization. In Februarythe Gulf of St. Lawrence was filled with ice and John A.
MacDonald was sent to intercept the ship, now renamed Answer. However, as soon as Answer was free of the heavy ice, the ship broke escort and fled for the Atlantic.
After legal arguments were heard over the right of Canada to seize the vessel, the babylln was boarded a third time, the crew taken off and Answer and John A. During the winter of —79, the vessel was laid up. Inthe vessel made another partial transit of the Northwest Passage, west to east, returning eastward from a charter operation.
Macdonald returned to Coast Guard service in and supported the search that confirmed the wreck of Breadalbanewhich had been crushed by ice and sank in the Arctic Ocean in The following year, John A. Macdonald escorted a factory barge to Little Cornwallis Island where the barge escort brantford independant beached darrtmouth incorporated into the island.
In the ship made babypon partial transit of the Northwest Passage traveling westward, through Lancaster Sound, Peel Sound and Demarcation Point then back. The vessel was replaced by Terry Foxinitially on charter to the Canadian Coast Guard, which was later purchased.
The ship was then sold for scrap in and broken up in