TSS Wandra (1907)
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|Owner:||Allen Taylor & Company|
|Port of registry:||Sydney|
|Builder:||Denis Sullivan, Coopernook,
New South Wales, Australia
|Identification:||Official number: 121183
Port Number: 31/1907
|Fate:||Wrecked 15 December 1915|
|Type:||Wood twin screw steamer|
|Length:||36.72 ft (11.19 m)|
|Beam:||7.92 ft (2.41 m)|
|Draught:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
Wandra was a wooden twin screw steamer built in 1907, for Allen Taylor & Company, by Denis Sullivan at Coopernook, New South Wales. Her hull was towed to Sydney for her engines to be fitted by Begg and Greig.
- "Arrival of Wandee.". The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 13 June 1907, p.8. Retrieved 30 December 2011.
- "Captain's Story. Ship Papers Lost. Nowra, Thursday.". The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 December 1915, p.10. Retrieved 30 December 2011.