Caterpillar D46, 1960s & 1970s.
Piners pint: a small boat used by timber cutters gathering Huon Pine on the west coast of Tasmania.
Single scull built by Jeff Sykes & Associates Pty Ltd, Geelong, 1989
"The Claretta was launched at Hobart in November 1886, having been built at Battery Point by James Davey for Alfred J. Mitchell of the Derwent Sailing Boat Club, her dimensions being 21ft. waterline (hull overall) x 8ft.6in. x 3ft.3in. She was constructed of Huon pine planking up to the waterline and kauri pine above."
Historic sailing vessel Imp
Launched in Hobart 1886--the last of the 21' L.O.A Class.
"This boat is a bit different [from others of the same type] in having side seats, an engine and no well, so we think it was intended to cater mostly for leisure activities."
Specifications from information sheet:
Engine: BSA single cylinder petrol
Built about 1945/1950
"Clinker style with bluegum keel, rubbers, etc. Huon pine stern, ribs and two centre planks. Other planks are King Billy pine. Knees are casuarina or bluegum."
Elizabeth Street Car Park, Launceston
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