Wahine 50 Anniversary

The often-turbulent Cook Strait was to prove its reputation on 10 April 1968. As the Wahine was completing her crossing from Lyttelton to Wellington Harbour, Cyclone Giselle combined with a southerly front blown up from Antarctica caused giant swells and forceful winds – a combination that would prove more than the giant ship could handle.

Wahine 50 Anniversary Silver Proof Coin

Despite his many years of experience, there was no way that Captain HG Robertson could ...

Price: $259.00