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Taking a tour of the Amity is a must - as is minding your head when you go below decks.The audio wands provided give a great insight into the history of the Amity and the conditions on board. Well worth a visit.
A visit to the Amity highlights to young people a valuable lesson in the hardships and bravery of English sailors in the early settlement of Albany.
The brig is in very good condition and a great tourist stop.
Interesting information is availble on board.
This is a 'must see' if you're interested in Australia's history. The ship is beautifully built as a replica of the Brig Amity. I accepted the hand-held sound description unit which one takes around as a "self-guide" to the 20 or so "stations" on the...More
Another tourist trap, but worth a visit just to see how the old sailors got here from Europe - and be damned glad that we can hop on a Boeing or Airbus. The old guys must have been really tough. There is NO way I...More
Really gives a insight into the life the sailors, convicts had traveling too Albany ( or Georgetown as it was known in those days). The audio commentary was good and you need to be fit to climb up and down the ship as its a...More
Something different. Kids enjoyed this. Slightly tight and dark below deck. Provided real insights as to how a ship was run on sea. Very informative commentary and realistic segregation between captain, deck hands and slave sleeping quarters. Worth visiting, especially on a windy rainy Albany...More