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  1. ENA and SANTA MONICA 1 (27 March 2022).JPG

    ENA and SANTA MONICA 1 passing 'green to green' on the River Derwent at Risdon, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Sunday, 27 March 2022. Both vessels were built at the Incat yards at Risdon. SANTA MONICA 1 was returning from sea trials, while ENA was taking tourists back to Hobart from the...

    GOLDEN MIND departing Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Friday, 14 January 2022, bound for Geelong, Victoria, Australia. Also in the photo are the pilot boat KELLY, the MONA ferry ENA, and the tug YANDEYARRA.
  3. ENA

    Identification Data (Source: Build: 1936 Classification Register: Lloyd's Register of Shipping (LR) Nat. Official Number: 629 Z 'S HAGE 1936 Category: Tanker Propulsion: Motor Vessel Type: Tanker, Oil Type Deck: Flush deck Material Hull: Steel Decks: 1 Construction...
  4. Freya, Ena and Alam Setia

    The new MONA ferry FREYA (left) takes passengers to the Museum of New and Old Art at Berriedale, while the older MONA ferry ENA returns visitors to Hobart from MONA. They are shown passing each other at Risdon, where the freighter ALAM SETIA is loading 22,000 tonnes of Single Superphosphate...
  5. Ena, Excelle and Freya

    The three MONA ferries in Hobart on Tuesday, 4 December 2018. Left to right are ENA (MR-1), EXCELLA (MR-0) and the newest, FREYA (MR-II). They take 180,000 visitors a year from Hobart to MONA (Museum of New and Old Art), which is on the River Derwent at Berriedale.
  6. Steam Yacht ENA relocates to Melbourne

    After a change in ownership the steam yacht ENA has now relocated from Sydney to Melbourne. Here she is passing under the Bolte Bridge on the Yarra on her voyage from Sydney to Melbourne on the 6 June 2014. ENA then berthed at Victoria Harbour (the revamped Victoria Dock)
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  8. ENA

    Photo taken 25 May 1990 at Dover with the small boats are veterans of the Dunkirk evacuation and sailed across the channel later in the morning to take part in the 50th anniversary of the event. ENA was taken to Dunkirk by her skipper carrying supplies who was instructed to abandon her, she was...
  9. Ena

    The beautifully restored Ena came out to bid the QE2 bon voyage on Monday 25 February. She is Australia's oldest non-commisioned naval vessel, having been built in 1900 for the banker Thomas Dibbs. In WW1 she became the patrol boat HMAS Sleuth and then became the Tasmanian fishing boat Aurore...
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