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Iconic Kelowna paddle-wheeler on the move

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Tugboats manoeuvre in next to the Fintry Queen. (Chris Walker/CBC)
Kelowna's iconic paddle-wheeler, the Fintry Queen, has sailed for the first time in three years.
The vessel had been moored at a downtown dock ever since the courts seized it iin 2009.

But on the morning of Oct. 11, it was moved so the city can begin work on a downtown marina.

Before the move, Daybreak host, Chris Walker spoke with the City of Kelowna's property manager, Ron Forbes.

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Then Chris made his way down to the dock to speak with the Fintry Queen's official sales agent, Andy Schwab.


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