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Tamar River Leads - creating a safe harbour entrance

Tamar River Leads - creating a safe harbour entrance
 
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The various Tamar River ports in the north of Tasmania have been significant since the arrival of the first European settlers to Port Dalrymple in 1804.

Tamar River Leads describes the various surveys carried out near the river mouth and the safety measures put in place to minimise risks to incoming and outgoing vessels. This mainly covers the area between Hebe Reef and She-Oak Point.

Published: 2017
Format: softcover
Pages: 134
Illustrations: black and white
SKU SKU18856
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Weight 0.80 kg
Author John Watts
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