Moored up we saw the world largest ketch. 86m long and owned by self made billionaire Kjell Inge Røkke the richest man in Norway. If look carefully you can see one of crew standing on the boom, really shows the scale of this craft.
Spotted this elegant piece of machinery on the quayside in Hobart. It’s an English manufacture steam crane from 1900, made by Jessop and Appleby Bros of Leicester.
There is always help at hand!
Breakfast at Gzeg's cafe in Richmond
Dawn as our journey gets underway from Devonport, Tasmania.
Albino possum and other critters
Stopped by Unzoo on the way to Hobart from Port Arthur. Unzoo is a zoo without cages/bars. Highlights were being up close with Kangaroos and seeing a Tasmanian devil having its evening meal.
Significant Tasmania heritage site about 60 miles south east of Hobart. This where the worst of the British convicts were sent to.
Francesco was our chef
Elegant bridge in Richmond just a few hundred meters from the hotel we stayed at in Richmond on the Wednesday evening.
Just leaving on mini cruise
10 DPG with Tour leader at the helm just leaving for Port Arthur
Having breakfast a few doors down from the Richmond arms hotel in Richmond Tasmania. Lught froat first thing but bright sun now.
The Bristol’s motor into the City of Melbourne