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Lay up for Enterprize

06 Aug 2017

Lay up for Enterprize Image

Engineers and volunteers are conducting maintenance works on the Enterprize tall ship docked at North Wharf.

The annual “lay-up” process includes stripping down the spars and varnishing them, coating ropes with tar, servicing the engines, plumbing and other necessary repairs of the ship.

The maintenance works started in late June and will be completed in early August.

Most of the work is done by volunteers on weekends.

Enterprize was constructed with Australian and New Zealand grown timbers in 1997 based on the original Enterprize ship that sailed between 1830 and 1845.

Enterprize now sails from Docklands to Port Phillip Bay, Mornington, Geelong, Portarlington and Williamstown.

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