Climb aboard tall ships, navy vessels, a cold war submarine, beautifully restored historic boats and the immersive experience Action Stations.

"Great range of shipboard experiences. I could easily have spent most of the day here."

Visitor Finlo - via TripAdvisor (November 2018)

SY Ena is one of the finest Edwardian steam yachts in the world.

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Come aboard the hard-working patrol boat HMAS Advance, commissioned in 1968 and serving out of Darwin until 1977.

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Climb aboard the magnificent Australian-built replica of James Cook's ship.

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One of only four remaining, working 19th century barques in existence. 

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Come aboard a real-life submarine and venture into the secret world of submarine warfare.

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Climb aboard the HMAS Vampire, Australia's largest museum vessel and the last of the country's big gun ships.

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The oldest vessel in the collection, Akarana was built in Auckland to compete in Australian regattas 1888-1889.

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Vietnamese refugees arrived in Australia by this boat in 1977.

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The smallest vessel in the collection.

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This humble fishing trawler led a double life during World War II as part of Operation Jaywick.

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