Tag: Maritime Collection

Naracoopa

The Naracoopa, built by E.A. Jack in Launceston in 1940, was a 297 ton auxiliary ketch: that is, she combined both sail and engine.  This

The S.M.H.T. aka the Annie

Built in Auckland in 1879, the Annie, as she was then known, was a 41 ton ketch with a chequered career. In 1895 the Annie

Piner’s Punts

Piner’s punts are a uniquely Tasmanian small boat, built to get men and equipment into the forests of the south and west coasts of Tasmania.

Diving Suit

Viable diving equipment was developed by an Englishman, John Lethbridge, during the 18th century.  These old-fashioned diving suits, often made of canvas and rubber as

The Bass Trader

The Bass Trader By Leah Johnson Designed by the Australian Shipbuilding Board to the requirements of the Australian National Line, the Bass Trader was built

Macro Monday Series: Week 6

During our Macro Mondays Series we share a macro shot of something in our collection on Mondays for you to guess. We then give you

Macro Monday Series: Week 5

During our Macro Mondays Series we share a macro shot of something in our collection on Mondays for you to guess. We then give you

Macro Monday Series: Week 2

During our Macro Mondays Series we share a macro shot of something in our collection on Mondays for you to guess. We then give you

Macro Monday Series: Week 1

During our Macro Mondays Series we share a macro shot of something in our collection on Mondays for you to guess. We then give you

Wood’s Point Slipway

Wood’s Point Slipway has had a rich history First known as Thomas’ Point, the Wood’s Point Slipway has had a rich history. In 1882, 21