A unique piece of Australian naval history is up for the grabs from as little as $9.
The former Australian navy ship Warrigal is being auctioned off to the public.
The fuel and water transporter has been operating for more than 30 years in Darwin, reported NT News.
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Former Australian navy ship Warrigal is being auctioned off to the general public with a bidding price starting from $9
The ex- navy fuel and water transport vessel has been operating for over 30 years in Darwin
The Warrigal was built in 1982 and the 39 metre long vessel can tow up to 1100 tonnes of load
Grays Online is hosting the auction, and auctioneer David Coulter said there had been a lot of interest for the vessel
Built in 1982, the 39-metre long steel ship can tow up to 1100 tonnes of load.
The HMAS Coonawarra navy base is selling the ship with a starting reserve price of $9.
Grays Online is hosting the auction and auctioneer David Coulter