- HMS 'Cordelia' was a Racer-Class Screw Sloop, ordered from the 'Pembroke Dockyard', United Kingdom, on the 3rd April 1854. The HMS 'Cordelia' was a laid down in October 1855 and ready to launch in 9 months. She was launched on a fine Summer's evening by Mrs Smart, sister-in-law of Captain Robert Smart, the Captain Superintendent at the time...1856
- Aus Shipping, Australia, National Shipping, Naval Ships, Shipping - Victoria, The Steamers of Port Phillip Bay, VictoriaThe SS 'Coogee' ploughed the waters of Bass Strait and Port Phillip Bay for almost forty years. Her career included many incidents and accidents - all of which she survived - to be sent to her watery grave just outside Port Phillip Heads in early 1928...1887
- The SS 'Gippsland' became a popular excursion steamer capable of carrying 450 passengers on the tourist journey from Bairnsdale to Lakes Entrance. She was also available for charter by Church groups, sporting associations, lodges, agricultural societies...1908
- Aus Shipping, Australia, International Shipping, Naval Ships, New South Wales, North Coast Steam Navigation Co., Shipping - New South WalesThe SS 'Bangalow' was a cargo steamer, built by Harland & Wolff Ltd., Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. Though one of the later editions to the fleet, the steamer was deemed quite unsuitable as her draught was too deep. She was then placed on the Coffs Harbour run - to the major Rivers, however, she was too small to be economical...1939
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