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Welcome aboard the Tall Ships Small Ships storyteller tour!

Australian National Maritime Museum < 1 mins read

Tall Ships Small Ships is a character-fuelled take on some of our most intriguing floating exhibits, highlighting some of the museum’s most iconic and interesting vessels, which has now reopened for February and March this year.


Performers Emilia Higgs, Jo Henwood, and John Lamzies bring to life stories and fascinating details of these iconic vessels in a tour based on the viewpoint of the ships’ cooks.


Discover the vessel that went undercover as HMAS Sleuth, find out about the fishing boat that went to war, and whether you know which tall ship was the first to visit our shores.


From the Duyfken to the Krait, take an intriguing, personal tour which invites you to step through the ages, from tall ships to small ships.


Tall Ships Small Ships will run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays in February and March.  A maximum of 12 people per session will apply and bookings are essential.


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