Sunshine Coast Queen, near Gunderson Slough in North Delta, about twenty years ago. I believe it had "Canarctic Explorer" painted at one end, as it had been briefly owned by Canarctic Ventures of North Vancouver, and there was some plan to use it as a supply ship up north. Don't think that ever happened.
And, it wouldn't have been long after those photos were taken that this story appeared:
That's how high out of the water she was supposed to sit. When she worked for BC Ferries, her hull had to be filled with cement for ballast to lower her down into the water. This was done so that the ramp was able to land on the car deck properly. So with a literally rock hard hull, which was was designed for Ice breaking to begin with, she was able to wreck alot of wingwalls at the docks.