The Glendon has went through several owners and name changes (1) North Arm Highlander, (2) Golden Explorer (3) Timberwolf (4) back to Golden Explorer. Russel built Glen tugs all had the same design hulls, length 80'6", beam 20'7" and draught 9'8". DESIGN A had a longer main deck house, extending aft over the engineroom, same height bulwarks from foward to aft.
DESIGN B had a shorter main deck house with a trunk style cabin over the engineroom and a lower mid-ship bulwarks. The steel hull tugs all had the same hull design and dimensions ( length 80', beam 20', draught 9' 8" ).
Long House: this type had the main deck house extending aft over the engineroom, same height bulwarks extending the entire length of the hull. Tugs of this type built by Russel Bros were: GLENADA, GLENDOWER, GLENORA, GLENMONT and GLENLEA.
Short House: this type had a shorter main deck house with a trunk style house over the engineroom, raised bulwarks, forward and aft. Glenbrook - Particulars of Canadian War Vessels Building & Projected by Naval Service Headquarters (D.


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The 3 wooden hulled Glen's (NOT Russel built) on the west coast were the Glendevon, Glendon and the Glenholme, the latter was completed in 1945 , but was never commissioned into Naval service. The only wooden Glen tug that built on the East coast was to be named the Glenwood, but the war ended when she was 59% completed, was then sold to Saint John Drydock, completed and named Ocean Weka. Glen tug on the west coast, still in operation, is the former HMCS Glenora, renamed Lotbiniere, now named Glenshiel.
Glendyne - Particulars of Canadian War Vessels Building & Projected by Naval Service Headquarters (D. Gleneagle from Tugbitts 13-4: The Gleneagle was one of the 85 foot harbour tugs in the Canadian Navy, with the maple leaf on her funnel.
Glenevis - Particulars of Canadian War Vessels Building & Projected by, Naval Service Headquarters (D.
Glenora - Melba Croft Notes from Particulars of Canadian War Vessels Building, & Projected, Glenora [C.N.
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One of the workhorse Glen Class tugs that helped large Royal Canadian Navy ships enter and leave Halifax.
GLENDYNE was refloated a few days later and returned to serve the navy until the 1979 when she was retired and later sunk as a diver training site in Eastern Passage, Bedford Basin, Halifax Harbour. GLENDYNE was previously sunk in 1957 during a berthing accident but raised and contined to serve the navy until she retired in 1979.
After retirement she was deliberately sunk as a training site for Navy Divers at Eastern Passage. Her wheelhouse was saved and installed on the wharf of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic where it provides a ticket booth for BLUENOSE II when she is in port.



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