TALL SHIPS AUSTRALIA 1988

By: Cowell, Andrew, Editor

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ABA Publications for the Australian Bi Centennuial Authority Official Publication. 1988. The official publication of Tall Ships Australia 1988. A race of 610 nautical miles, a blue water race from Hobart to Sydney to help celebrate the Australian Bi-Centennial 1788-1988. The vessels were classed in four groups : Class A includes all square rigged vessels and vessels of over 160 feet in length. Also included in the class were the 120 foot or less square riggers. Class B All Fore and Aft rigged vessels between 100 feet and 160 feet, Class D for Yachts under IOR rules. 150 vessels from 15 nations breasted the starting line, this book details each of the contenders. Soft covers. Near fine condition. 112pp. 273 x 200 mm

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