Wooden Boat Centre Tasmania Tours
20 to 30 minutes guided tour through the workshop.
We invite you to understand what drives our passion. You will gain an understanding of the rich background of Australia's premier wooden boat centre, as well as Franklin's maritime history. Learn about the precious boat building timbers that are found exclusively in Tasmania, and tour the workshop where boats that are currently under construction and restoration can be seen.
Please call us on +61 3 6266 3586 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make larger group bookings.
YUKON OF COPENHAGEN
90 minutes Calm Water Sails on The Huon River
Built of oak in 1930, the privately owned Danish sailing ship Yukon, was rescued by Australian shipwright David Nash and his Danish wife Ea Lassen, from the bottom of a harbour near Copenhagen.
After a five year restoration, the family has operated Yukon as a charter vessel, first in Europe and now in Australia.
Explore the range of tours and book your next sail here.
Nancy is a motor launch built in 1917 in Battery Point, Hobart. She operated as a ferry and a flying boat tender on the Derwent and Huon rivers for almost 40 years. A major restoration of Nancy was completed in 2010 by Martin Krynen, before he generously gifted her to the Living Boat Trust at Franklin so that she can once again be enjoyed, cruising the waters of the Huon.
Bookings for Nancy tours can be made by calling the Wooden Boat Centre on +61 3 6266 3586.