Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Sydney Opera House, ferry

This Emerald class ferry, operated by Sydney Ferries, is part of the fleet that cruises up the Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River. It was acquired in 2017 and named after Victor Chang, a pioneering Australian heart surgeon. It's seen here making its way past the Sydney Opera House heading towards the Circular Quay ferry terminal. 

11 comments:

  1. Awesome shot! looks like a place full of action.

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  2. That's a famous site. I was going to say, isn't it Tuesday" but realized it is Wednesday where you are.

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    1. Collen, we're always ahead of the curve. ;)

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  3. Two great symbols of Sydney together in one great photo :)

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  4. Oh I love riding the green ferries! I must come see these new ones. This one has a strange bow. So it is actually a catamaran?

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    1. Yes, Dina. The new Emerald Class Ferries and the old First Fleet Class Ferries are catamaran types.

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  5. One of the best backgrounds of the world for this ferry. Nice one Jim.

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