Theodore TOO, a 65-foot life-sized reproduction of Canada’s beloved “Theodore Tugboat” will be stopping in Oshawa as part of his journey from Halifax to the Port of Hamilton where the vessel will make his new home, but not before thanking his Maritime family and fans for their indelible role in his story.
Theodore TOO is scheduled to be docked in Oshawa on Thursday, July 15 before departing on Friday, July 16. Please note these times are anticipated and the arrival and departures are weather permitting. For the latest updates on Theodore’s travels, follow his Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.
In the interest of public safety and considering COVID-19 and various provincial mandates, Theodore TOO will not be inviting individuals to board the vessel. However, photographs are welcome when he is on open waters and docked in ports as permitted, based on adherence to province-specific COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines. Additionally, Vessel Finder can be downloaded for free, which allows fans to follow Theodore TOO and his crew, on their journey and real-time coordinates. Fans can also follow #TheosGreatLakesAdventure for more stories from Theodore TOO and his crew.
Theodore TOO was built at Snyder’s Shipyard in Dayspring, Nova Scotia and launched on April 19, 2000, while his official birthday (certificate day) is May 5, 2000. Theodore TOO is a reproduction of the original TV character Theodore Tugboat from the beloved CBC series “Theodore Tugboat”. Learn more at: www.theodoretugboat.ca.