A First Fleet Class vessel in Sydney Harbour

First Fleet Class

The Iconic Sydney Ferry


First Fleet Class vessels

The Iconic Sydney Ferry

Step aboard a First Fleet class ferry and you’ll boarding a Sydney Harbour icon.

Ordered in the 1980s from Carrington Slipways, Tomago, they were named after ships of the First Fleet and delivered between 1984 and 1986. Originally intended to replaced the wooden K and Lady class ferries and operate services on the Parramatta River, they generated too much wash.

In 2006/07, the class were repowered with MTU Series 60 engines. Today, all nine remain in service with Harbour City Ferries.

The Fleet

Scarborough

Picture of Scarborough.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Scarborough

Fishburn

Picture of Fishburn.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Fishburn

Friendship

Picture of Friendship.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Friendship

Sirius

Picture of Sirius.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Sirius

Supply

Picture of Supply.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Supply

Charlotte

Picture of Charlotte.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Charlotte

Borrowdale

Picture of Borrowdale.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Borrowdale

Alexander

Picture of Alexander.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Alexander

Golden Grove

Picture of Golden Grove.

First Fleet Class

Sydney Harbour Ferry

Find out about Golden Grove

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