?Save the Cerberus?


Richard Furneaux, Wednesday, 17 November 2004

The "Cerb"

As you sail out past the rusting hulk of the Cerberus and your nostrils are assailed by the ripe accumulation of guano, do you ever wonder how this ship came to be here?

Many have heard of the ongoing campaign to "Save the Cerberus" which is being driven by an active band of enthusiasts so explore the following links and be fascinated with the rich history of this most unusual vessel.

A History - http://localhistory.kingston.vic.gov.au/htm/article/240.htm

Save the Cerberus - http://users.netconnect.com.au/~ianmac/cerberus.html


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