|This post shows three River Cats into and out/off Circular Quay. Most ferries seem to back out of the wharf, do a u-turn (uie)out in the middle of Sydney Cove, and then charge of on their route, in this case the F3 to Parramatta. I think that numbering is Gladys-speak, Gladys being the transport minister in our state government.|
There are seven low-wash catarmarans in this class of ferry. They came into service between 1992 and 1995.
|The three ferries shown here are: the Shane Gould, the Evonne Goolagong, and the Marlene Mathews. The others in the class are:
the Betty CuthbertEach is named after a famous Australian sportswoman.
The styling is nowhere near as attractive as the First-Fleet class of ferry.