Inter-island ferry Maori, 1907

Inter-island ferry <em>Maori</em>, 1907

The inter-island ferry Maori (3399 tons) is pictured soon after its entry into service in 1907. The first ship to be purpose-built for use on the Lyttelton–Wellington route, the Maori was named after one of the vessels in the Union Steam Ship Company's founding fleet of 1875.


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