The Caravel Notorious

Urangan, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Notorious is a full size, wooden, sailing, re-creation of a Portuguese or Spanish caravel from the Age of Discovery, researched, designed, and built single-handedly, from salvaged Monterey cypress logs, by Graeme Wylie, at his home in Bushfield, S/W Victoria, Australia.

Launched in February 2011 at nearby Port Fairy, Notorious has sailed over 16,000 nautical miles in the Southern Ocean, Bass Strait, the Tasman and Coral Seas.

Notorious is a Museum Ship and is open for public inspection, onboard and below deck, when berthed at a port of call. Notorious is the only sailing caravel in the Southern Hemisphere, Australia's earliest ship re-construction, and Australia's only lateen-rigged ship.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child $2.00 Children under 2 years no charge Children ( 2 years - 14 years ) AUD2.00 Children must be supervised at all times by an Accompanying Adult.
$2.00 - $5.00 Adults ( 15 years and over ) AUD5 Children ( 2 years - 14 years ) AUD2 Children must be supervised at all times by an Accompanying Adult.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMondayClosed
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday10am - 4pm
Thursday10am - 4pm
Friday10am - 4pm
Saturday10am - 4pm
Sunday10am - 4pm
Buccaneer Drive
Hervey Bay Boat Club
Urangan, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

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