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I FOR SURVEY WORK. I
î YACHT STRADBROKE II. j ? SOLD. j
! The largest, and probably the I T most palatial, yacht in the } f Commonwealth, Stradbroke II., I i has again changed hands, and ' i I is to be used for survey work f ¡on the Barrier Reef. Follow- J
ing the death of Mr. G. W. |
Whatmore, for whom the yacht ! * was built, Dr. A. J. Ross, of ¡
; Brisbane, purchased the boat, j J but it now has been sold to ? T Mr. R. H. W. Molesworth, of I ! Sydney, the price being be- I
j tween £4000 and £5000. j ! Stradbroke II. is the last word j ! in yachts, containing full size j
Í cabins and all necessary con- t
veniences, the fittings being of I | polished cedar. It is 93ft. long .
I and has a beam of 18ft. Gin., Î
î while its 80 h.p. Wilson marine j ; engine develops a speed of ten j
i knots. !