|Bounty (1978 ship)|
|Owner:||HKR International |
|Operator:||Hong Kong Resort Company |
|Builder:||Oceania Marine (Whangarei, New Zealand) |
|Homeport:||Discovery Bay (Lantau Island), New Territories, Hong Kong, China |
|Identification:|| IMO number: 1001049|
Maritime Mobile Service Identity number: 477991091
|Class & type:||HMS Bounty|
42 m (138 ft) (LOA)|
30 m (98 ft) (on deck)
|Beam:||7 m (23 ft)|
|Height:||33 m (108 ft)|
|Sail plan:||Sail area 900 m2 (9,700 sq ft)|
The hull is constructed of welded steel oversheathed with timber. For many years she served the tourist excursion market from Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia, before being sold to HKR International Limited in October 2007.
She is now a tourist attraction (also used for charter, excursions and sail training) based in Discovery Bay, on Lantau Island in Hong Kong, and has an additional Chinese name 濟民號 (Cantonese Jyutping: Zaimanhou ; Mandarin Pinyin: Jiminhao ; English: Bounty).
- "European Tall Ship Replica The Bounty". Hong Kong Resort Company. http://www.thebounty.com.hk/. Retrieved 2012-10-30.
- "BOUNTY - 1001049 - SAILING VESSEL". Maritime Connector. http://maritime-connector.com/ship/bounty-1001049/. Retrieved 2012-10-30.
- "The Bounty" (pdf). http://www.hkri.com/icms2/ICMServlet/download/223-2772-9252/BountyFactSheet_ENG_20121024.pdf.
- HMS Bounty
- Bounty (1960 ship), replica built in Canada in 1960 for the 1962 MGM film Mutiny on the Bounty.
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