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GOING FURTHER: Tall Tales on the High Seas

Lonely Planet’s Accessible Travel Manager Martin Heng sets out on an accessible adventure from Sydney to Melbourne


Illustration DAVID DORAN @daviddora_

I'D SEEN PICTURES, EVEN WATCHED videos, but nothing really Prepard me for my first sight of the tall ship SV Tenacious. At 64m long, 10.5m wide and 37.5m I from the deck to the tip of the main masthead, it is the. largest single-hulled wooden ship still sailing the straight out of the 19th century - or from the set of Pirates of the Caribbean

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