Category:Captain Cook (ship, 1893)
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- 1892-12-07 Launched at Mort's Dock and Engineering Co. Works, Waterview Bay, of Balmain, Sydney, Australia,
- Began pilotage duties in the following May for the N.S.W. Government.
- 396 gross register tons and 172 net.
- length of 155.8 feet
- width of 25.2 feet
- depth of 13 feet
- 3 cylinder engines which could attain 85hp.
- Registered in the port of Sydney, she belonged
- Replaced by Captain Cook III in 1939 and renamed Captain Phillip, being employed during the Second World War as training vessel for the Army Water Transport Section.
- Towed 17 miles E.S.E. of Sydney and sunk with 4 charges of gelignite on 3 October 1948, at Lat. 34° Long. 151°.