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Photographer:Chris Howell [View profile]Title:LONEAdded:Sep 26, 2011
Photo Category: Harbour & tour boats / restaurant vessels

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CSH on Nov 21, 2012 10:58 (6 years ago)
Good Evening Clyde,

Your reference is for the correct boatbuilder.
A detailed history of the Ione (II) can be found in the book, Those That Survive by Graeme Broxam (ISBN 0 9586561 2 6) published 1996. Unfortunately this publication is now out of print, but second hand copies can still be found.

I have not seen the Ione for a couple of years. Not sure of its current location.

Craig Harris
Chris Howell on Oct 13, 2012 22:24 (6 years ago)
As CLYDE mentions welcome to site and thanks for info.
Clyde Dickens on Oct 13, 2012 02:47 (6 years ago)
Hi CSH Welcome to the site.

Is this a correct reference for Ione (ll)?

Jack, Edward A. 1882-1940s? Tasmania 31 Wood Launch, Fishing ketch, cutter yacht, cargo ketch, aux cargo schooner, sloop yacht, ketch yacht, fishing yawl Saywhen, Dawn, Redpa, Mystery (later Sunbeam), Idler, Loatta, Naracoopa, Lady Flinders, Strathlynn (later Riaweena), Pilgrim, Viator, Ada Burgess, We're Here, Rhona H., Legara, Pueta (later Jason), Phyllis, Eulalie, Julie Burgess, Ventura, Venture, Airlie, Dove, Bronzewing, Ione, Inglis, Coral, Waratah, Bronzewing of Derwent, Parappa, Lisa

The entry above probably is for Ione (1)
Jack, Edward & Moore, Fred. 1888-1889 Launceston, Tas 2 Wood Steam yacht Nellie, Ione

CSH on Oct 12, 2012 22:14 (6 years ago)
This photo is of the Ione (II)built by A e Jack (Lauceston Tasmania) in 1930 for Thomas Archer. The vessel remained in the family unti 1975. This vessel replace one of near identical design which was destroyed in the 1929 Launceston floods. Ship was restored in Hobart in late 1990's. Demensions 47ft x 8ft 6in x 4ft 6 in draft
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