Sunday, July 18, 2021

Theodore Tugboat stops over in Toronto

The famous tugboat from Halifax was moored to Harbourfront Centre for a stopover in its travels around Ontario from July 16 till the early morning hours of July 18, 2021 before heading over to Burlington and Hamilton.
You can see Theodore at the right side of the Toronto's skyline
Nestled up adjacent to the Harbourfront Centre's concert stage amphitheater

Looking like a regular tugboat ready to push or pull some other vessel except this boat is special, it has a giant face of a child wearing a bright red baseball hat where a smoke stack might be. The real life replica was built in 2000 and is now on a mission to promote the marine industry. The original Theodore Tugboat was the star of a CBC television series that lasted 5 seasons, ending in 2001. The show was filmed in Halifax using small, radio controlled tugboats and associated sets and equipment. I think they will be going up the Welland Canal to Port Colborne soon.

Grey Goose has a minigolf setup in Ontario Square

The colourful patio in the empty Natrel Pond

Harbourfront Centre is a great place to hang out in Toronto. Plenty of restaurants and patios, harbour cruises, concerts, museums, art galleries and many events and other attractions nearby.

See more of Theodore Too after the jump.

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