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Ena to be auctioned

28 Apr 2015

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Edwardian steam yacht Ena will be auctioned this month.

The S.Y. Ena has been moored in Victoria Harbour since June last year after owner Jonathan Turner relocated the historic yacht from Sydney.

Built in 1901, the S.Y. Ena has had a varied history, serving as a luxury yacht, undertaking war service as the HMAS Sleuth in World War 1 and working as a fishing vessel, before undergoing major restoration work in the 1980s.

The 29.76 metre steam yacht is considered one of only three of its kind remaining in the world.

The historic yacht will be auctioned at Mossgreen on May 19.

Mossgreen’s Paul Sumner said the boat had attracted “considerable interest” from around Australia.

“While we have had international interest the vessel comes under Australian cultural heritage and so would not be able to be exported,” Mr Sumner said.

The boat is tipped to sell for around $1.2 million.

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