1200-ton Oil Fuel Lighter
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oil fuel lighters
- OFL 1201, Rocklea, built by Evans Deakin and Company, Brisbane
- OFL 1202, built by Mort's Dock
- OFL 1203, built by Mort's Dock
- OFL 1204, built by Poole and Steel, sunk for target practice in October 1985.
- OFL 1205
- OFL 1206, built at the Williamstown Naval Dockyard, was completed on 12 October 1945, and was sold into mercantile service in 1968. Sunk as a target in 1993, to form part of an artificial reef.
- OFL 1207, built at the Williamstown Naval Dockyard, was completed on 15 February 1946, and was still in service in the late 1980s.
- OFL 1208, Karpoint, built by Evans Deakin and Company, Brisbane
- Wilson, Michael; Australia. Navy Office. Naval Historical Records Section; Australia. Navy Office. Public Affairs (1994) (in English), Profile No. 4, Royal Australian Navy 21st century warships, Topmill, Marrickville, N.S.W, ISBN 0-646-22841-2
- "Oil Fuel Lighter for Navy, £38,940 Contract Let". The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 19 January 1940, p.13. Retrieved 22 December 2011.
- "Tender for Lighter, Largest in Commonwealth, Brisbane firm successful.". Cairns Post, Saturday 20 January 1940, p.13. Retrieved 22 December 2011.