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Biofouling Solutions Pty Ltd

We are team of highly qualified marine scientists who specialise in the management of biofouling and invasive marine species.

Our services cover the broad range of scientific, professional and technical skills required to effectively manage biofouling and invasive marine species (IMS). We specialise in pragmatic management of IMS risks via reducing the potential for their transport and introduction. We have specific expertise in managing biofouling on man-made surfaces including a wide range of immersible infrastructure, the external surfaces of a diverse array of complex vessels and within internal seawater systems.

Contact name Ashley Coutts
Phone 03 6229 2334
Email admin@biofoulingsolutions.com.au
Website www.biofoulingsolutions.com.au

Cawthorn Welding Pty Ltd

Metal fabrication and boat building business located south of Hobart at Electrona Industrial Estate. Established in 1993.

Cawthorn Welding has diverse workforce with a varying range of ages, skill sets and years of experience.
We undertake steel, aluminium and stainless fabrication
Boat building, work barges, pontoons
Vessel modifications and refits
Work for the aquaculture and fishing industry
Truck trays
Chipper bin bodies
Hooklift bins and waste bins
Water tankers
Grain bins
Structural steelwork
Earthmoving equipment repairs, mudbuckets, grabs, etc

Phone 03 6267 9305
Email admin@cawthornwelding.com.au
Website www.cawthornwelding.com.au

CBG Systems Pty. Ltd.

CBG Systems is an Australian company specialising in the design, development, supply and installation of fire, thermal and acoustic insulation systems for a range of marine, industrial, commercial and defence projects.

For more than 30 years, we have been a leading innovator, setting the benchmark in the marine insulation and lightweight passive fire protection industry.

Our products and services are designed to save lives and property whilst fostering efficiencies.

CBG Systems has extensive experience in managing projects around the globe. Our ability to deliver against project milestones is supported by one of the largest permanent work forces in the insulation industry, as well as a network of national and international expert contractors.

CBG Systems' core strength is our ability to combine conceptual understanding of critical project elements and translate them into practical solutions that work.

Our main competencies are:

Marine Fire Divisions
- Expert assistance and advice in the design and installation of fire divisions;
- Access to an extensive knowledge database on insulation issues associated with critical areas such as engine rooms, vehicle decks, bulkheads, deckheads and penetrations;
- Whole of life vessel support and maintenance arrangements for fire divisions;
- Supply and installation of other fire boundary devices such as doors, dampers and removable insulation jackets;
- Supply and installation of high temperature exhaust insulation systems to classification society standards;
- Supply and installation of profile wrap fire divisions;
- Design and installation of modular panel systems;
- Active research and development programs;
- Extensive experience within conventional marine and high-speed craft industry developing insulation solutions for structural fire protection to meet stringent International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and military standards;
- Major project experience with knowledge developed through installation of systems across more than 100 new built vessels; and
- Management of large remote teams with experience in deployment of personnel internationally and nationally.


Industrial Insulation
- Installation of thermal insulation and cladding to high and low temperature piping;
- Installation of Standing Seam Panel tank insulation systems;
- Installing insulation to containment vessels and exhaust systems;
- Plant shut-down assistance;
- Maintenance of insulated plant and equipment;
- Acoustic insulation solutions;
- Passive fire protection to commercial buildings;
- Light gauge metal fabrication; and
- HVAC ducting and extraction systems.

Contact name Javier Herbon
Phone 03 6272 6105
Email info@cbgsystems.com
Website www.cbgsystems.com

Denman Marine

Denman Marine specialises in Wooden boat construction, repair and restoration using Tasmania's world renowned boat building timbers.

Kettering based Denman Marine was founded by Andrew Denman in 2005 and since establishment, Denman Marine has built or restored nearly 50 vessels, which are now spread throughout Tasmania, mainland Australia and overseas.

Denman Marine utilises both traditional and modern timber boat building methods and is renowned for their high levels of finish and ability to custom build vessels to suit client needs.

Denman Marine has experience in providing vessels for film and television production - an example of which was the production of custom vessels for the Hollywood film Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Denman Marine also holds exclusive agencies for the following international companies;
• Swallow Boats(UK)
• Barton Marine Products (UK)
• Bruynzeel Plywood (France)
• Chesapeake Light Craft (USA) – the world’s largest kit boat producer

Although one of Australia’s southern most boat builders, transport of completed vessels is easily arranged to any mainland or worldwide destination.

Contact name Andrew Denman
Phone 0413 765 984
Email andrew@denmanmarine.com.au
Website www.denmanmarine.com.au

Divine Soaps Australia

Divine Soaps( and so much more) is a small family owned business in Tasmania.We offer a natural range of soaps and skincare that clean and nourish your skin.

Divine Soaps and skincare are handmade to delight your senses . Our philosophy is of providing naturally handcrafted products made the highest quality Tasmanian ingredients.In that sourcing many of the ingredients from here in Tasmania,the ancient and greenest place on the Earth. Enriched with Tasmanian organic botanicals,Tasmanian spring water,and Organic cold pressed Tasmanian Olive oil our Divine Soaps offer a unique brand of skincare,soaps,laundry products and pet soap.

Contact name Mrs Jan T Dixson
Phone 0418 105 515
Email divine.soaps@bigpond.com
Website www.divinesoapsaustralia.com

Elphinstone Pty Ltd

Elphinstone Pty Ltd is a leading manufacturer of quality products for the global underground and surface mining industries. Elphinstone Pty Ltd forms part of the Elphinstone Group.

Based in Tasmania, Australia, Elphinstone Pty Ltd is an established Caterpillar Original Equipment Manufacturer with over 40 years’ experience in the mining industry. Elphinstone specialises in the design, manufacture and support of quality equipment for the global underground, surface mining and rail maintenance industries.

Current products include the Haulmax extended distance, off-highway haul truck; the technologically advanced Railmax road-rail excavator and Elphinstone underground mining support vehicles. As an authorised Caterpillar Original Equipment Manufacturer, all Elphinstone products are sold and supported via the global Cat dealer network.

Contact name Kelly Elphinstone
Phone 03 6442 7777
Email kelphinstone@elphinstone.com
Website www.elphinstone.com

Engineers Australia (Tasmania Division)

Engineers Australia is the trusted voice of the profession. We are the global home for engineering professionals renowned as leaders in shaping a sustainable world.

Engineers Australia is the national forum for the advancement of engineering and the professional development of our members. With over 100,000 members embracing all disciplines of the engineering team, Engineers Australia is the largest and most diverse professional body for engineers in Australia. Engineers Australia Tasmania Division is based in Hobart and has approximately 1300 members statewide. The Tasmania Division advocates for the recognition of the role Engineering plays in the Tasmanian economy and community and provides opportunities to advance knowledge to the benefit of the state

Contact name Paul Hurworth
Phone 0419 549 931
Email phurworth@engineersaustralia.org.au
Website www.engineersaustralia.org.au

Essential Oils of Tasmania

Essential Oils of Tasmania is a fully integrated business that produces a diverse range of pure essential oils and fine plant extracts for the flavor, fragrance and aromatherapy markets across the world.

Essential Oils of Tasmania (EOT) has, for over 30 years, produced a diverse range of pure essential oils, supplying the international food, flavor, fragrance and aromatherapy markets. Being located in Tasmania, we are privileged with an unspoilt environment, warm dry summers and cool wet winters making it an ideal region to grow a range of essential oil crops and native plants. EOT is a fully integrated business from growing crops to manufacturing the finished oils, with a range of extraction and processing systems to tailor products to customer requirements.

Contact name Lisa Lods
Phone 03 6229 4222
Email info@eotasmania.com.au
Website www.eotasmania.com.au

Honey Tasmania - The Beehive

Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating world of honey, learn about the remarkable journey from flower source to jar and appreciate the wonder that is the honeybee.

Honey Tasmania invites you to experience the delicious and fascinating world of honey, learn about the remarkable journey from flower source to jar and appreciate the wonder that is the honeybee.

Come taste uniquely different varieties of pure raw honey made by millions of industrious bees.

Watch the queen laying eggs, see a new baby emerge from a cell and experience the delight of the bees communicating through their waggle dance from two wonderful new display beehives.

Sample unique honey alcohol, as well as Tasmanian whisky and gin. Discover beauty products made from honey and beeswax, honey- and bee-related handmade gifts, books on bees and honey, as well as many more honeybee focused products.

Come enjoy a delicious honey ice cream in the garden while watching the bees fly amongst the flowers.

Contact name Rebecca Campbell
Phone 03 6331 9300
Email honey@honeytasmania.com
Website www.honeytasmania.com

Incat

Fast ferries on the move A light ship cluster has evolved from a shipbuilding revival led by Incat - designer and builder of some of the world's fastest ocean-going vehicle and passenger ferries.

Incat's origins lie in a Hobart disaster in 1975, when an accident caused the collapse of the Tasman Bridge - linking the city's eastern and western shores. Founder Robert Clifford's existing river ferry company stepped in to meet the three-year demand for river crossings during the repairs. His business became the modern group that is Incat. The company has built more than 30 catamarans since 1989 and they operate in countries including Britain, Channel Islands, Spain, Denmark, Italy, Canada, the United States, Argentina, New Zealand and Korea. An 86-metre vessel, HMAS Jervis Bay, provides high-speed capability for the Royal Australian Navy. Incat holds The Hales Trophy for the fastest Atlantic Ocean crossing by a passenger ship.

Contact name Kim Clifford
Phone 03 6273 0677
Email incat@incat.com.au
Website www.incat.com.au

Joanna Gair Paper

Tasmanian handmade paper studio, specialising in Tasmanian botanical and recycled textile papers

Handmade in Tasmania by artisan papermaker Joanna Gair (of Roo Poo Paper fame) this tiny, eco friendly paper mill specialises in papers made from Tasmanian plant fibres blended with recycled cotton.*

Using first century techniques and traditional equipment, each sheet of paper is made entirely by hand with the utmost dedication to environmental practices. Offering a core range of wholesale greeting cards and fine art prints, as well as specialty corporate ranges such as Whisky Paper for Lark's distillery and Beer Paper for Boags Brewery. Joanna also makes bespoke paper products, and includes Tetsuya Wakuda, Sean Connery and as clients.

*Recycled cotton sourced and processed by Vincent Industries, an Australian Disability Enterprise.

Contact name Joanna Gair
Phone 0405 742 174
Email info@joannagairpaper.com
Website www.joannagairpaper.com

Liferaft Systems Australia

Liferaft design on a grand scale… A Tasmanian specialist in marine evacuation systems has impressed northern Europe with an innovative self-righting liferaft.

Liferaft Systems sold its first production run within days of the new liferaft passing approval testing with flying colours. The sale, to one of Norway’s biggest domestic ferry operators, kicked off other sales to Norway, as well as the Canary Islands and Britain.

International regulations introduced in 2000 for existing conventional passenger ferries have created a strong demand for the 100-person, self-righting liferaft. As part of a marine evacuation system the liferaft enables full evacuation in less than four minutes and can be launched by a single crew member.

“The complete marine evacuation system design has been a breakthrough, with a unique concept that is lighter, smaller and features faster evacuation time,” says the Managing Director, Michael Grainger. The company is one of the few world-wide to specialise in the manufacture of medium to large evacuation systems for passenger vessels. Its services include installation and crew training.

It has recently established a market in Greece, equipping 18 conventional passenger and freight vessels with evacuation systems. Although Liferaft Systems' main market is northern Europe, the company also markets into North America and is exploring demand in Japan. Its multi-million sales in marine evacuation systems are a far cry from 1995 when it made its first international sale, to Spain.

These days 93 percent of the company's products are exported, with the remainder produced for fast ferry builder, Incat Australia Pty Ltd, located literally around the block. It was the demand for reliable, locally produced evacuation systems that provided the original impetus for establishment of Liferaft Systems in 1992. “Tasmania works well as our base. It couldn’t be more convenient – a good economy, a myriad of suppliers, easy access to waterways for testing and approval processes and a marine base that means we can get a skilled labour force,” Mr Grainger said.

Liferaft Systems has a European office and a worldwide network of certified service agents. It is a founding member of the Tasmanian Maritime Network.

Contact name Michael Grainger
Phone 03 6273 9277
Email info@lsames.com
Website www.lsames.com

Linii Tasmania

Boutique Souvenirs made from finely milled Huon Pine

The brand has been developed around the last five letters of its botanical name. LAGOSTROBOS FRANKLINII.

The Huon Pine is Australia's oldest living tree and is endemic to Tasmania.

Linii Tasmania sell innovative boutique finely milled packaged Huon Pine. We are Tasmanian owned and operated; all raw product is legally sourced from the West Coast.

It has been certified Australian Made.

With our main product packaged in 70gm and 285gm Jute Bags with contemporary screen printing, information tags and “ON POINT” presentation.

The product is vacuum packed to ensure it is as fresh as the day it left the sawmill. Our products have traveled through several international ports and have always cleared customs.

Our range offers generous profit margins and will add product diversity and new customer engagement to any business stocking Linii.

Our manufacturing process supports people with intellectual disabilities.

Contact name Joris Roell
Phone 0414 612 580
Email linii.tasmania@gmail.com
Website www.linii.com.au

MarineDirectory.net

MarineDirectory.net was formed to promote Tasmania's recreational marine capability and provide timely information on products and services to boatowners.

Tasmania has many small recreational marine businesses producing great products and services, but often they fail to promote what they can do for the growing number of local and interstate boat owners.

MarineDirectory.net was formed to connect boat owners with timely information about quality marine products and services in Tasmania. It supplies information and articles to attract boat owners to visit Tasmania, and has produced a series Sailing to Tasmania for the Australian Wooden Boat Festival (AWBF) newsletter.

This information is also being promoted through other national community groups with high boat ownership.

About Tim: a volunteer for the AWBF, Tim manages the Maritime Marketplace for the festival. Since 2009 he has built the marketplace from ten exhibition booths to over seventy and has already secured revenue of over $140,000 for commercial display spaces for AWBF 2015. Tim manages a marina and is currently completing a Diploma in Business.

Contact name Tim Oxley
Phone 0412 883 071
Email oxley.tim@gmail.com
Website MarineDirectory.net

Maynot Pty Ltd

Organically and natural ingredients made into skin care. Natural product manufacturing.

We are a small scale manufacturing and retail company who manufacture and sell organically and naturally derived skin care products, in Waverley, Tasmania.
We principally sell these products online and at our Primary Complementary Medicine Clinics in "Limbo" http://limboptyltd.com/
Clinics are located at:
'Holyman House' Level 3, Suite 51, 52-54 Brisbane Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250.
'Brunswick Business Incubator', 420 Victoria Street, Brunswick, Victoria, 3056.

Contact name Dr (Osteo) Nick Dawkins
Phone 0417 430 433
Email maynotptyltd@gmail.com
Website maynot.com.au

Muir Engineering

Award-winning Tasmanian business, Muir Winches and Windlasses, the trading name for Muir Engineering is riding high on a boom wave in international pleasure yacht construction.

It exports precision deck equipment to more than 50 countries and supplies 80 percent of all production boatbuilders in Australia - and it all began with a gap in the local market.

Opportunity knocked when founder John Muir realised his family boatyard, established by his father Jock - a boatbuilder, designer and one of Australia's leading blue water yachtsmen - was repairing an increasing quantity of winch gear on large commercial and recreational boats.

“Imported pleasure boat winches were not designed for Tasmanian conditions. There was a real need for reliable anchor winches,” John says.

Muir has designed and manufactured anchoring systems for a large number of well-known vessels over the years. Some of the more recent one have included the 'Constellation', 'Stargate I' & 'Stargate II', 'Trick', 'Thunder', 'La Baronessa', 'Adix' and the sail catamaran 'Douce France'.

Contact name Grant Asher
Phone 03 6211 8811
Email grant.asher@muir.com.au
Website www.muir.com.au

Penguin Composites

We are a local company specialising in Composite product primarily incorporating fibreglass. We also manufacture a range of slideon campers and caravans under the brand Islander Campers

Penguin Composites is a Tasmanian-owned private company operating on the North West Coast of Tasmania (Australia) since 1976.

We employ an average of 40 fulltime staff, with skills in Composite Reinforced Plastics, CAD Design, Welding, Engineering, and Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing.

The firm has developed considerable expertise in the application of GRP product in a number of environments including industrial, mining, defense, marine and recreational areas. Staff are regularly involved with customers in product design and customisation.

Components manufactured by Penguin Composites are exporting to many interstate and international destinations.

Contact name David Mercer
Phone 03 6437 2791
Email ceo@penguincomposites.com.au
Website penguincomposites.com.au

PFG Group

The PFG Group Pty Ltd (PFG) is a Tasmanian owned and operated company with almost four decades of experience in the design, manufacture and supply of plastic solutions and commercial products

The PFG Group Pty Ltd (PFG) is a Tasmanian owned and operated company with almost four decades of experience in the design, manufacture and supply of plastic solutions and commercial products to the marine, aquaculture, mining, civil construction, industrial services and agriculture sectors. PFG also owns and operates Prairie Signs, Tasmania’s only statewide graphics company.
PFG currently has three factories in Tasmania and two in South Australia and we distribute products and services globally. Our head office is located on the waterfront in Goodwood and with factory/warehouse infrastructure exceeding 12,000 square metres, we have the facilities and logistical expertise to service the local Tasmania market while further expanding our national and international opportunities. PFG employ approximately 50 staff across all sites.

Contact name Rob Miley
Phone 03 6274 0222
Email robm@pfg-group.com.au
Website www.pfg-group.com.au

Richardson Devine Marine Construction

High performance catamarans and monohulls, RDM are experts in the construction of lightweight, high-performance, aluminium catamarans and monohulls for the passenger ferry market and associated marine industries.

The vessels are tailored to individual requirements and can range in size between 12 to 40 metres. Recent vessels have been low-wash catamarans specifically for tourist passenger operations in protected river areas. Other vessels have been for limited offshore requirements in Australian and the United States west coast.

Contact name Roger Janes
Phone 03 6272 7800
Email roger.janes@rdm.com.au
Website www.rdm.com.au

Tasmania Maritime Network

The Tasmania Maritime Network comprises the heart of the maritime industry, boasting innovative and world leading companies with leading edge products, technology and services, supported by highly adaptive and skilled workforces.

Contact name Richard Lowrie
Phone 0419 504 227
Email rlowrie@incat.com.au
Website www.tmn.org.au

Tassie Tallow

We manufacture grass fed tasmanian dripping for the gourmet food industry

Locally sourced fats made using traditional artisan production methods

Contact name Martin Waldhoff
Phone 0422 426 065
Email martinwaldhoff67@gmail.com
Website www.tassietallow.com.au

Taylor Brothers

Taylor Bros has become a specialist in outfit-accommodation services to the marine industry, building a formidable reputation as well as an enviable order book over recent years.

The Hobart-based business has undertaken major contracts for the Australian and New Zealand navies, the offshore oil and gas industry and Antarctic expeditioners, among others.

Established in 1936, Taylor Bros originally built timber yachts and small coastal and river craft. It now operates as a diversified 21st century engineering company with a highly skilled workforce delivering fabrication, electrical and mechanical services to clients throughout Australia and also overseas. The company utilises a Quality Management System certified to ISO 9001:2008.

Contact name Phillip Taylor
Phone 03 6273 3700
Email phillip@taylorbros.com.au
Website www.taylorbros.com.au

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Edition 190_Carrier

LSA wins British contract

Tasmanian advanced manufacturing business Liferaft Systems Australia has signed a contract to build inflatable marine evacuation systems for a new class of warship being built in Britain.

5 December 2017, Edition 190

Defence work for Penguin

Tasmanian company Penguin Composites has signed a contract with Thales Australia to build bonnets and other parts for a new generation of army vehicles. The three-year contract, worth more than $8 million, is Penguin Composite’s first major Defence-related contract and is expected to create around 15 new jobs at the company headquarters near Penguin, on the Bass Strait coast. Melbourne-based Thales Australia signed a $1.3 billion contract in October to supply 1,100 Hawkei vehicles and more than 1,000 trailers to the defence forces. Founded in 1976, Penguin Composites is a home-grown Tasmanian company with capabilities including design and engineering of moulds and plugs and fibreglass and composite product and component manufacturing. It makes Tasmanian-designed Apple shelters under license for use in Polar environments.

6 November 2017, Edition 189

Edition 189_Williams

Seaweed in brain breakthrough

Seaweed extracts produced by Tasmanian biopharmaceutical company Marinova are proving effective in the treatment of traumatic brain injury.

5 November 2017, Edition 189

Can-do glaziers win a gong

A machine cobbled together from a mechanic’s engine crane and a boat winch has won Spreyton glass manufacturer, GP Glass, a national award. Faced with the mammoth task of installing 2,500 double-glazed windows weighing 100kg each, the GP team came up with its prize-winning window-lifting device that has piqued the interest of other glaziers around the country. Company Director, Brian Imlach, said his team had to find a way to safely install the large glass panels in a new nine-storey student residence building for the University of Tasmania in Hobart. “It needed to be simple. It needed to be light. It needed to be strong and transportable and disassembled quickly, so we could lift it from floor to floor,” Mr Imlach said. The device was engineered to lift up to 200kg and it eliminated the need to use a harness while working on a building site edge, as a safety gate could be used. “It’s safe, efficient and we can install a lot more windows because there’s not as much strain on our workforce,” Mr Imlach said. The machine won a design award from the Tasmanian Glass and Aluminium Association and subsequently took out the National Safety Award at the Australian Glass and Glazing Association.

3 October 2017, Edition 188

Edition 187_Wallace

Graziers test wool branding

Tasmania’s superfine wool industry – one of the State’s economic cornerstones since colonial times – is feeling its way from auctioning its world-class clip as a commodity towards branding it as a niche, high-end, natural fibre.

6 September 2017, Edition 187

Squeeze on chocolate-making jobs

New technology, including increased automation, will reduce the workforce at Cadbury’s Hobart chocolate factory from 450 to 400. The company’s parent Mondelez announced in August that about 50 jobs would go by the end of the year as part of a $75 million investment program. “The company will realise more efficiencies through investment in new technologies, equipment, and automation, plus increase the skills and capabilities of its people and ensure its teams are the right size,” it said in a statement. Mondelez said most of the job cuts would be achieved through voluntary redundancies. Cadbury has been a major employer in Hobart’s northern suburbs for 95 years.

6 September 2017, Edition 187

Fourth Sydney ferry leaves Incat

Incat consigned the fourth ferry in a six-vessel order to Sydney in August. The harbour ferry contract with the NSW Government has helped the Hobart shipyard to expand its workforce to 550, including 33 apprentices. The Deputy Premier, Matthew Groom, said the presence of Tasmanian-built ferries on Sydney Harbour would strengthen the State’s boat-building reputation. He said: “This is an important element of securing other advanced manufacturing and Defence-related contracts of significance, especially in the maritime sector.”

6 September 2017, Edition 187

St Helen’s enjoys boat boom

Lyndcraft Boats at St Helen’s is enjoying a boom, building work boats for the aquaculture industry. Managing Director, Greg Lynd, hosted a media event in July to launch the latest of 19 vessels he has built for fish farmers: Myti Max; Rocket; and Irony. The three boats, including two for Spring Bay Seafoods, earned the north-east business about $2 million. An additional six vessels will be built for Tassal by the end of the year. The Minister for Infrastructure, Rene Hidding, said: “A sustainable aquaculture industry is vital for Tasmanian jobs and the economy in our regional areas. Lyndcraft Boats is reaping the benefits, with a recent expansion of its St Helens facility and workforce to deal with additional demand. It’s a great demonstration of how the growth of the aquaculture industry has guaranteed employment for thousands of Tasmanians right across the State.”

1 August 2017, Edition 186

Edition 185_Payne

Newnham Defence precinct mooted

A $500,000 funding package will be used to develop a business case for a Defence Innovation and Design Precinct at UTAS’s Launceston campus.

4 July 2017, Edition 185

May Queen celebrates 150 years

The SV May Queen, Australia’s oldest sail trading vessel and one of only a handful of wooden vessels of her era still afloat in the world, turned 150 on 5 June. Built at Franklin on the banks of the Huon River in 1867, May Queen’s working life contributed to a century of economic development in southern Tasmania. Like other trading ketches, she was a transport workhorse until road networks finally improved in the 1950s. Her primary cargo was construction materials, sawn timber, shingles and railway sleepers, carried to Hobart for house building and industry. But she also brought coal to Hobart, as well as quarried stone, apples, pears and other fruit. On her outbound journey from Hobart she carried food supplies for settlers, hay and oats for horses and bullock teams, steel railway lines and machinery. A retractable centre-board allowed May Queen to access small jetties linked to individual farms. During her 106-year working life (1867-1973) she could sail from Dover to Hobart in eight hours in favourable weather.

4 July 2017, Edition 185

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