The Australian-built replica of James Cook's HMB Endeavour is owned and managed by the Australian National Maritime Museum, where it is open to the public when in port.
The ship is one of the world's most accurate maritime reproductions. It was built and launched in Fremantle, Western Australia on 9 December 1993.
HMB Endeavour replica will re-open to the public at the museum wharves from 23 June.
When you come on board Endeavour you may wonder whether James Cook and his crew have just stepped ashore somewhere on their voyage. The table is set, clothes are hung and the cat is slumbering.
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Sail with us
HMB Endeavour replica voyages regularly in Australian waters and invites paying voyage crew on board to experience 18th century sailing. Meet like-minded adventurers from Australia and all over the world, and take in the beauty of the high seas.
Read more about HMB Endeavour and James Cook.