- Flying Cloud (clipper) - Wikipedia
Flying Cloud is popularly called an extreme clipper, as are many of Donald McKay's ships, but as her dead rise was less than 40" she was not Donald McKay built many fast clipper ships, but only one, Stag Hound was an extreme clipper, even if others may have been advertised as such It was popular to advertise clippers as "extreme" because of the popular conception of speed
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Presidents Trophy – Tommy Taggart Cressy Trophy (2nd Place) – Benz Faget Jensen Trophy – Rick McGregor Novice Trophy – Robert Adams Travel Trophy – Charlie Obersheimer
- Driving in Tasmania | Travel Information | Discover Tasmania
Calculate distances and drive times around Tasmania Get easy travel information to make all your journeys in Tasmania hassle free
- Explore Tasmania with Tassielink
Tasmania's East Coast The east coast of Tasmania is known to have the finest weather in the state, and is often called "Tasmania's Suncoast" White sandy beaches line the east coast, and Tasmania's most-visited National Park, Freycinet National Park is in the area
- Action of 22 September 1914 - Wikipedia
The Action of 22 September 1914 was a German U-boat ambush that took place during the First World War, in which three obsolete Royal Navy cruisers, manned mainly by reservists and sometimes referred to as the livebait squadron,  were sunk by a German submarine while on patrol About 1,450 British sailors were killed and there was a public outcry in Britain at the losses
- What To Do | Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre
1830 Restaurant Bar With sweeping views of the Penitentiary, gardens and grounds, the 1830 restaurant is a perfect place to enjoy a long, relaxed meal with friends while visiting the Port Arthur Historic Site
- Launceston and North - Attractions Things To Do . . .
Launceston and North Tasmania's north is a feast of historic streetscapes and heritage estates, rich farmland, premier cool-climate wines, fresh produce and a haven for designers and craft makers eager to talk about their work