sternwheeler afloat at Ohio River Mus., Marietta 0 H .
SOUTH AMERICA Antonio D. Lussich bit 1931 at Monte-
video, Uruguay, wood, 97 ' ,steam. In service at Montevideo.
AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND Adelaide bit 1866 at Echuca, Victoria,
wood on iron frames, 75 '9", steam sidewheel. Dryberth museum, Murray River, at Echuca. Alexander Arbuthnot bit 1923 at Koondrook, Aus ., wood over steel, 76', steam sidewheel, Being restored at Shepparton , Australia. Fearless ex-Rockwing, Tapline, Abqaiq bit 1945 at Midland, England, steel, 30.2 ' , steam. Afloat at Port Adelaide, owned by
Wattle bit 1933 at Sydney, Aus., steel, 85 ', steam. Steamed by Victorian Steamship Ass'n., Melbourne, Australia. William C. Daldy bit 1935 at Renfrew, Scotland, steel, 126 ' , steam, in active service at Auckland, New Zealand. Yetta bit 1949 at Sydney, Aus., steel, 94 ' , steam. Maintained afloat at Port Adelaide by Nat'I Trust of South Australia.
WEST GERMANY Ruthof btl 1922, paddlewheel. Maint'd afloat by City of Regensburg, at Deggendorf, West Germany. Seefalke bit 1924 at Geestemunde, steel,
58.5m, diesel. Afloat at Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum, Bremerhaven. Tiger bit 1910 at Hamburg, steel, 15.98m,
steam. Afloat in wkg. cond. at Museumshafen, Hamburg.
Nat'! Trust of So. Australia. Forceful bit 1925 in Glasgow, Scotland, steel, 115 .8 ' , steam. Afloat at Brisbane,
owned by Queensland Maritime Museum Assn. Koala bit c. 1944 for US Army, wood(?), 66 ' , diesel. Serves as work boat for Queensland Mar't Mus., Brisbane, So. Aust.
Adelaar bit 1925, steel, steam. Operated by
steam enthusiasts . Dockyard V bit c. 1940, steel, steam. Afloat at Maritime Museum , Rotterdam .. Dockyard IX bit 1941, steel, steam. Operated by steam enthusiasts.
Mathilda and Friend. This McAllister tug built in Canada in 1899 came down to New York in 1970 to join the Wavertree at South Street Seaport Museum . She was just the kind of tug the big windjammer had needed in her sailing days to get in and out of dock! James P. McAllister bought her when she was to be scrapped, and when it was learned she would be saved, senior operating staff vied to get aboard for the trip down. There were thoughts of steaming the little vessel from South Street, but early in 1976 she sank from ice damage. Raised, she has since been stored on a Port Authority pier awaiting her destiny which might just take her to Rondout Creek as part of the Hudson River Maritime Center at Kingston, New York.
Kopu bit 1897 at Thames, New Zealand,
wood, 60 ' , steam sidewheel. Raised 1981 by Paeroa Historical Mar. Park Society to be restored at Paeroa, New Zealand. Lyttleton U bit 1939 at Renfrew, Scotland, steel, 114 ', steam. Afloat in operating cond . Pittwater and Broken Bay Historical Society, Sydney, Australia .
Are you interested in tugs? Fortuna bit 1909, steel, steam. Operated
by steam enthusiasts . Lauwerzee bit 1898, steel, steam. Operated
by steam enthusiasts. Noordzee bit 1922, steel, steam. Operated by steam enthusiasts. Nelcebee bit 1883 at Adelaide, from parts
made at Rutherglen UK, iron , 107 ' , steam now diesel with auxiliary sail, carrying cargo out of Port Adelaide as oldest seagoing vessel under Australian flag. Oscar W. bit 1908 at Echuca, Aus., wood
Roek ex-Jacomien bit 1928, steel, steam. Operated by steam enthusiasts at Amsterdam. Scheelenkuhlen bit 1926, steel, steam. Op-
erated by steam enthusiasts.
on steel , 103 .5 ', steam sidewheel. Intact, laid up at Murray Bridge, Australia.
Volharding I ex-Harmonie VI bit 1930, steam. At Maritiem Museum, Rotterdam.
Waratah ex-Burundah bit 1902 at Sydney, Aus., iron, 100 ' , steam. Afloat at Sydney
Woltman bit 1904, steel, steam. Operated
Maritime Museum . SEA HISTORY, AUTUMN 1982
by steam enthusiasts.
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