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The barque James Craig was built by Bartram, Haswell & Co. in Sunderland, England in 1874. She sailed around the world until 1911. After World War 1 she was refitted and sailed until 1932. She later broke up and sank in Tasmania. She was re-floated and towed to Hobart in 1972 and then towed to Sydney in 1982 for restoration. She sailed again in February 2001 and is now fully operational undertaking short cruises from Sydney every weekend and can hold 80 passengers. A very beautiful ship.

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