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Chapter 6 • Australian trading fleet

T6.3 Ships in the major coastal trading fleet, 2008–09 (continued)

Name of vessel Flag Trade Products Known ports called at in

Australia

General cargo ships

Claudia 1 AUS General cargo Sydney

Hakula TON (o) General cargo Adelaide, Ardrossan,

Brisbane, Devonport,

Fremantle, Geelong,

Gladstone, Hobart,

Launceston, Melbourne,

Newcastle, Port Kembla,

Port Pirie, Portland, Whyalla

Halifax Bay AUS General cargo Darwin

Iron Monarch AUS General cargo Brisbane, Hastings,

Newcastle, Port Kembla

Newcastle Bay AUS General cargo Cairns, Weipa

Searoad Mersey AUS General cargo Devonport, Grassy,

Melbourne

Searoad Tamar AUS General cargo Burnie, Devonport,

Melbourne

Spirit of AUS General cargo, Devonport, Melbourne

Tasmania I

passengers

Spirit of AUS General cargo, Devonport, Melbourne,

Tasmania II

passengers Sydney

Tasmanian AUS General cargo Burnie, Melbourne,

Achiever

Sydney

Trinity Bay AUS General cargo, Cairns

passengers

Victorian AUS General cargo Brisbane, Burnie,

Reliance

Melbourne, Sydney

Tankers

Helix AUS Petroleum Adelaide, Botany Bay,

products Brisbane, Burnie,

Devonport, Geelong,

Hobart, Launceston,

Melbourne, Port Lincoln,

Sydney, Townsville

Note:

Palmerston AUS (o) Unspecified bulk

liquids

Sources:

Botany Bay, Brisbane,

Fremantle, Geelong,

Gladstone, Mackay,

Melbourne, Townsville

(o) denotes that the vessel occasionally enters the overseas trade market.

Flag abbreviations: AUS—Australia; BHS—Bahamas; TON—Tonga.

LMIU 2010; Shipping companies (various)—personal communications.

Known overseas countries

visited

New Zealand

New Zealand, Philippines,

Republic of Korea,

Republic of Singapore, Taiwan

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