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SHIPS AT VANCOUVER'S PIERS
Canada Place Canada Place 2000-2002 Ballantyne Pier
SHIPS AT CANADA PLACENorwegian Sun at the Canada Place extension
Pacific Princess, Infinity and Crystal Harmony
at Canada Place taken from the Lookout
Closeup of Infinity from the Lookout
Coral Princess at the east side of Canada Place
Closeup of Coral Princess
Pacific Princess at the east side of Canada Place
Infinity at the west side of Canada Place
Infinity from the extension of Canada Place
The World of Residensea - floating condominium
The World of Residensea
The World at the Canada Place extension
The World (left) and Celebrity's Summit (right)
at the Canada Place extension
Summit at the Canada Place extension
Summit at the east side of Canada Place. Note that Summit still has a dark hull and yellow stripe while sister ship Infinity is sporting the new navy and white hull paint in 2003. Summit will be painted during her next dry dock.
Tatoosh - the world's 12th largest superyacht called in September 2003 for a few days. The $100 million yacht is owned by a Microsoft executive.
Built in Germany in 2000, Tatoosh is 301 ft. in length, 49 ft. wide, has an indoor swimming pool and can carry two helicopters. The superyacht is a member of the famous International Yacht Club, Antibes, in the South of France.