Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Never give a sword to a man who can't dance.


Walking to walk. April 2010.

Above you can see the MV Cartela, a fine little steamer operating out of Sullivans Cove here in Hobart. By all accounts, she is now Australia's oldest continuously licensed passenger vessel.

Take that, RMS Titanic!

6 comments:

me said...

I remember my high school sent us on the MV Cartela down to Bruny Island the night after our leaver's dinner.

There were a few green faces on board.

Good times, good times.

Roddy said...

Walking to walk? Apart from walking because you want to the sentence doesn't make much sense. Unless you meant walking to work.
If good old Titanic hadn't sunk on her maiden voyage I still doubt whether she would have lasted as long as Cartella.

Julie said...

Noice looking vessel. Noice light.

Noice photograph.

Kris said...

I like this one. The clear mornings have been good for pics, the wet ones less so.

leaton said...

can remember going to O'possum Bay in the 1940's on her for a xmas holiday. magical days, that was the only access to the bay. len eaton mob 0400242077

Kris said...

Len, Opossum Bay is one of my favourite beaches.