The Tasmanian Fast Ferry Museum incorporates the history of the high speed ferry revolution, started by Hobart born Robert Clifford.
Incat Tasmania, in various forms, has been a Hobart institution since the 1980s with an extended history reaching back 50+ years. The company has been on the cutting edge of shipbuilding innovation, holding many records, accolades and "firsts" and continues to "push the boundaries" of the shipbuilding world.Book Tour
Museum Visiting Hours
Currently closed for renovations
Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm
- By Appoinment Only
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
The Tasmanian Fast Ferry Museum's aim is to showcase the history and memorabilia of one of Tasmania’s most successful businesses, Incat. We also aim to inspire and educate the community and to facilitate the preservation of the Tasmanian Fast Ferry history.