HMCS André Dupré

There has been only one vessel named Andrée Dupré in the Royal Canadian Navy.

HMCS Andrée Dupré (Z03 / W03) / TR-class Trawler

Built in Sorel QC in 1918, HMCS Andrée Dupré was originally a naval trawler of the TR class. After the First World War she was sold for commercial use and renamed Napoléon L. Again renamed and in the hands of Marine Industries Ltd. as a tug, she was taken up by the RCN in 1939 for use as an examination vessel at Halifax. Sold after the war, she resumed her former occupation as a tug, renamed Remorqueur 16, at Bordeaux, France.

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