Adding to the rich history of maritime tradition already established in Hobart and Tasmania, The Tasmanian Fast Ferry Museum organisation (TFFM) was formed in 2012 to enable and facilitate the establishment of the museum to showcase the history and memorabilia of one of Tasmania's most successful exports, the high speed wave piercing catamaran.
History of the Tasmanian Fast Ferry Industry
Artefacts, Models and Memorabilia
Photos and Videos
Incat's Working Shipyard
A maritime lover's must see
The Tasmanian Fast Ferry Museum is located inside Incat's shipyard on the Derwent River in Hobart, Tasmania. Take a view of a working shipyard as you make your way to the museum where you’ll see displays covering the history of the innovative high speed ferry revolution, started by Hobart-born Robert Clifford.
TOURS & EVENTS
Incat does not run shipyard tours due to OH&S restrictions, however the Tasmanian Fast Ferry Museum is situated within the Incat site
and is available for public and group bookings during normal office hours. Contact us for more information and booking details.
*The museum is currently closed to the public due to renovations. Please email us if you would like to book a tour for the second half of 2018.