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In 1904, George Taylor Fulford, a wealthy member of the Canadian Parliament, bought the boat and renamed her Magedoma, which was a combination of syllables from the names of his wife and children (MAry, GEorge, DOrothy, MArtha.) The boat was docked at Fulford Place, his 20,000-square-foot (1,900 m) mansion nestled on the banks of the St. After Fulford's death in 1905, the yacht remained in the family and in 1927 his wife hosted the Prince of Wales, The Prince George (future Duke of Kent), and the Prime Ministers of both England and Canada, Stanley Baldwin and William Lyon Mackenzie King respectively, on board.During World War II, Cangarda (or Magedoma, as it was then known) was donated by the family to the Royal Canadian Navy, to be used as a training vessel.

Probably the server is overloaded, down or unreachable because of a network problem, outage or a website maintenance is in progress...To assure uninterrupted service once these changes are in place, most Dock & Play, In-vehicle and home radios will receive updated device software. Receiving this update requires no action on your part; software is downloaded to the device automatically via our satellites while the radio is tuned to any SIRIUS channel.Subscribers may see a "SIRIUS Updating" or "Updating" message displayed briefly once the download is complete.In the late 19th and early 20th century, huge fortunes were made prior to US income taxation.Opulence in homes and yachting reached a peak; many small private steamships like Cangarda were produced in the US, Britain and Germany for the very wealthy.