The Tasmanian Achiever II is a cargo ship owned by Toll Shipping in Australia. It is primarily used on Bass Strait between Melbourne and Burnie. It replaced the Tasmanian Achiever. Along with its sister ship Victorian Reliance II, it was the largest cargo ship registered in Australia when introduced in March 2019.
Tasmanian Achiever II in Burnie in 2019
|Name||Tasmanian Achiever II|
|Port of registry||Melbourne, Australia|
|Route||Melbourne - Burnie|
|Builder||CSC Jinling, Nanjing, China|
|Christened||17 February 2019|
|Completed||28 November 2018|
|In service||1 March 2019|
|Type||Container and Roll-on/roll-off|
|Tonnage||20,000 GT, 12,000 DWT|
|Length||210.74 m (691.4 ft)|
|Beam||28 m (92 ft)|
|Draught||6.2 m (20 ft)|
|Capacity||700 TEU, 3,000 lane-metres|
- "TASMANIAN ACHIEVER II". Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
- "Meet Tasmanian Achiever II". Toll Group. 28 November 2018.
- "Australia's largest cargo ship unveiled". SBS News. 17 February 2019.