Launched in 1912 from a Tamar River shipyard, the Riawe started its life working as an oil launch in Bass Strait. While later working the George Town to Beauty Point run as an all purpose ferry, it was her war service that saw a very traditional boat assume a remarkable place in Australia's maritime history.

Published: 2017
Format: Softcover
Pages: 58
Illustrations: Colour and B&W
SKU SKU18382
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Weight 0.50 kg
Author Lindon Haigh
ISBN 0780995428706
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