Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney

Darling Drive, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Australian National Maritime Museum - a museum with a rich exposition, covering the events of the first colonists of Australia in the late eighteenth century to the present day. There is also a vintage boat Aboriginal and modern battleships, and even surfboards, but special attention is the collection of sea shells.. On the pier you can see the real fleet consisting of ships and boats. Here is "Krait", built in nineteen twenties and was in service with the Special Forces during the Second World War, as well as a floating lighthouse "Carpentaria", built in 1917. Also here you can see the former Royal Australian Navy ships and merchant ship "James Craig" and the layout of the famous "Endeavour" on which he sailed James Cook.

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