PS Waimarie was built in 1899 by Yarrow & Co Shipbuilders at Poplar, London, and transported in kitset form to Wanganui. Originally named Aotea, she was operated by the Wanganui Settlers River Steamship Co until 1902, when she was sold to Alexander Hatrick and renamed Waimarie (good fortune/peaceful waters).

PS Waimarie was built in 1899 by Yarrow & Co Shipbuilders at Poplar, London…

Paddle steamer Manuwai, and passengers, on the Whanganui River, 1 January 1907.  William Archer Price.  Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

Paddle steamer Manuwai, and passengers, on the Whanganui River, 1 January 1907. William Archer Price. Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

The paddle steamer Waimarie on our beautiful awa Whanganui, New Zealand

The paddle steamer Waimarie on our beautiful awa Whanganui, New Zealand

Two riverboats, one being the [Wairua?], and an unidentified paddle steamer moored a bank of the Whanganui River, with forest covered hills ...

Two riverboats, one being the [Wairua?], and an unidentified paddle steamer moored a bank of the Whanganui River, with forest covered hills beyond at Pipiriki

Whanganui Aramoho railway bridge with The PS Waimarie on the Whanganui river. ♥

Whanganui Aramoho railway bridge with The PS Waimarie on the Whanganui river.

Paddle steamer Manuwai loaded with passengers, berthed on the Whanganui River

Paddle steamer Manuwai loaded with passengers, berthed on the Whanganui River

Wanganui, and Whanganui River, during the floods of May 1904. Shows stranded river boats, including the Manuwai (centre). On the right is a group of onlookers, with a flooded street in the distance. Photograph taken by Frank J Denton, circa 26 May.

Wanganui, and Whanganui River, during the floods of May 1904. Shows stranded river boats, including the Manuwai (centre). On the right is a group of onlookers, with a flooded street in the distance. Photograph taken by Frank J Denton, circa 26 May.

Steamers, Paddle, Maori

PS Waimarie "Queen Of The River" (1996) - YouTube

New Zealand The Whanganui Riverboat Centre was officially opened in Situated at Taupo Quay Wanganui, the former 1881 rowing club building had underg.

Published on 15 Jan 2015 (New Zealand) Having been successfully retrieved from the riverbank and with her heavy boiler and engines removed, PS Waimarie was now ready to be floated down the river and onto a temporary slipway constructed behind the Whanganui Riverboat Centre,

Published on 15 Jan 2015 (New Zealand) Having been successfully retrieved from the riverbank and with her heavy boiler and engines removed, PS Waimarie was now ready to be floated down the river and onto a temporary slipway constructed behind the Whanganui Riverboat Centre,


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