Sail on Hobart’s Oldest and Smallest Working Tall Ship
SV Rhona H
The SV Rhona H was built in Trevallyn, Launceston by renowned shipwright Ned Jack in 1942.
She had a varied life from a gentleman’s recreational fishing boat to crayboat, fishing for abalone before being converted for sail training and chartering in 1988.
This historic vessel was most recently purchased in 2014 by current owners Julie Porter and Charles Burns who established the Not for Profit entity Heritage Sailing Tasmania Ltd.