The Ryan Leet is an ocean-going salvage tug.
She is owned and operated by Secunda Marine Services, based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
She was launched in 1978 and was previously known as the Abeille Provence and Salvor Commander.
Among the vessels whose rescue or salvage she participated in were the container ship Kitano, the rollon-rolloff vessel Camilla and the bulk carrier Lake Carling.
|Gross Reg. Tonnage
||2 x 7200 BHP
||DNV 1A1 ICE-C
- 3 x 250m3/hr monitors
- 20 tonne foam storage capacity
- ↑ 1.0 1.1
DP Ocean Going Tug/Field Support Vessel/ROV - RYAN LEET, Secunda Marine Services. Retrieved on 2008-02-13.
Jeff Cameron. Ryan Leet, WellandCanal.ca, 2002-03-23. Retrieved on 2008-02-14.
Marine Investigation Report, Container Fire, Container Vessel Kitano, Off Chebucto Head, Nova Scotia, 22 March 2001, Transportation Safety Board of Canada, 2003-01-28. Retrieved on 2008-02-13. “The wind and sea conditions stopped the fire tug CFAV Firebird from proceeding beyond the
middle harbour and prevented the other surface SAR vessels from getting alongside the vessel
for any length of time to assist.”
Marine Investigation Report, Container Fire, Container Vessel Kitano, Off Chebucto Head, Nova Scotia, 22 March 2001: Summary, Transportation Safety Board of Canada, 2003-01-28. Retrieved on 2008-02-13.
Titan / ITC Rescue Abandoned Ro Ro, Marcon. Retrieved on 2008-02-10.
Lake Carling update - Lloyd's List & canoe.ca, WellandCanal.ca, [2002-03-20. Retrieved on 2008-02-10.
Ryan Leet, Canadian Transportation Agency, 2006-03-08. Retrieved on 2008-02-13.