Category:Tingira (ship, 1866)
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English: Tingira was a composite full-rigged ship with the first name Sobraon. The ship was built of teak and iron in 1866 by A. Hall, Aberdeen for Shaw, Lowther, Maxton & Co, London. Dimensions: 212 × 40 × 27 ft (64.6 × 12.2 × 8.2 m) and tonnage: 2131 GRT, 2131 NRT and 2089 tons under deck. She was the largest composite sailing ship ever built. Originally rigged with skysails. 1911 sold to the Commonwealth Government and was renamed HMAS Tingara. Converted into a training ship for boys entering the Australian Navy. 1927 sold and moored in Berry's Bay, Sydney and boken up in 1941.
- Sobraon (1866-1911) see Category:Sobraon (ship, 1866)
- Tingira (1911-1941)
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