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Coasters Kanangra Ferry

Coasters Kanangra Ferry

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Kanangra was built for Sydney Ferries Limited during the early twentieth century boom in cross-Harbour travel prior to the 1932 opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. At the time, the company ran one of the largest ferry fleets in the world. The two ferries were part of a broader type of around 25 double-ended timber screw ferries - the Sydney K-class ferries - that the company commissioned between the 1890s and early 1920s to meet the booming demand. She was one of five 1,000-passenger vessels built for Sydney ferries between 1910 and 1912 for the busy Cremorne and Mosman routes. The other four being near identical sister Kirawa and the three timber-hulled, but otherwise similar, Kirrule-type ferries, namely Kirrule (1910), Kiandra (1911), and Kubu (1912).

Kanangra followed the Sydney Ferries Limited convention of naming their vessels after Australian Aboriginal words starting with "K". "Kanangra" is thought to mean "beautiful view". (wiki)

From upgrading home decor to promoting any business or brand, these blank coasters do it all. Available in both round and square shapes, each coaster features a classic corkwood underside and a glossy finish on the top for gorgeous looks. Get either the single pack or the four-pack to best match your needs.

.: One size: 3.7" x 3.7" (9.5 x 9.5cm)
.: Two shapes: round and rectangle
.: Available as 1 piece or set of 4
.: Classic corkwood bottom
.: Glossy and smooth surface

  Square Round
Width, cm 9.50 9.50
Height, cm 9.50 9.50



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