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May Queen, Hobart

#13 of 15 in Historic Sites in Hobart
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Ship
Offering an insight into the state's maritime history, May Queen is Australia's oldest wooden sail trading ketch still afloat. The boat can be viewed from the dock and even boarded at certain times of week. This historic vessel was built in 1867 and carried different types of cargo--from sawn timber and quarried stone to fruit--for over a century. To visit May Queen on your trip to Hobart, use our Hobart attractions site.
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  • Beautifully restored boat with knowledgeable guides and great location. Well worth a visit if you are near Constitution Dock  more »
  • Pretty historic vessel that oozes history out of its sails. Well worth a look when you visit Constitution Dock.  more »
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