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Contact Henry Dennison on 0455185195 or firstname.lastname@example.org Trouble
A competitive Sabre named Trouble class with a full suit of sails, rigging & ali Trolley $2300.00.
The Sabre; see […]
The Ray Kemp designed MV Shipright was used as a final test in the MMAPSS Project to trial the Photogrammetry documentation, particularly highlighting the required vessel measurements of vessels we had written for […]
Enemy Submarine in Tasmanian waters WW11
After mines were set in Bass Strait in 1944 routing of all shipping, except local traffic, south of Tasmania and ordering ships in southern Australian waters to zigzag […]
Tassie Too models for fund raising purposes.
Tassie Too HV 000234 was an early Photogrammetry project that proved very successful. We were later asked if we could produce a 3D model from the Photogrammetry […]
Eighteen Twenty a historic Victorian 21 footer restricted class racing skiff.
Length on the deck 7620
Length on the waterline 7530
Beam 2415 at 4390 from the stem
No mast step or deck fixtures (at […]
Margaret Ellen is a 38ft Huon pine ketch rigged pilothouse motor-sailer with a Gardner 4LW diesel. An R. H. ‘Dick’ Thompson (Launceston) design, built by Geoff Hiscock at Tamar Marine, Tasmania in 197 […]
The Awards Results were;
David Murphy Awards were conferred on Millard Ziegler and Ross Barnett, for exceptional services aligned to the Guilds Objects over many years.
The Story Telling […]
Mayfair (1930) – REVISED
Type: Motor launch
Built: Strahan, Tasmania, 1930 by Harry Grining. 1487
Dimensions: 32.8 oa x 8.6 x 3.0 feet
Engines: 25-35-h.p. Invincible = 9-10 knots; (by 1970) […]
Iola ex Aeola ex Iola ex ? (c1930s)
Type: Auxiliary gaff-rigged sloop yacht, ex fishing vessel
Built: Tamar River, Tasmania, c1930s by David Hudson
Dimensions: 16 feet
Owners: Hudson; c1940 Geoff […]
Skeg Newsletter for April 2022, Skeg V23 #7
AWBF Maritime Trail,Piner Punt model making Workshop
Presentation by Barbara Frankel, Wooden Rope Making Machine, […]
Skeg Newsletter for March 2022, Vol 23 #6
About the Guild
Little Swanport trip reports
“Drop the Pilot” the story of MV Goondooloo
A Rudder article: “Dead […]
The following wooden boats built by Graeme Clark a first class tradesman are now for sale.
Graeme can be contacted on
For sale or lease (members only) Boyer Dinghy (aka green dinghy)
The Guild’s Boyer dinghy has been restored (by Rob Nolan) and is now available for a free lease to members or sale to members or secondly sale t […]
Farewell For Sale $65,000.00
Contact; Steve Hall 0419120039
Year Built: 1998
Registration Number: 20117
Designer: Noel Hall
Builder: Noel Hall
Length Overall: 8.90m (29’2”) Beam: 3.1m […]
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