The "Harry O'May"
The Harry O'May started life as the Man On, a car ferry in Hong Kong. When the Tasman Bridge Disaster occurred in 1975, it was purchased and relocated to Hobart to provide a ferry service across the Derwent while the bridge was being replaced.
After the bridge was replaced, the vessel was renamed the Harry O'May and serviced the Bruny Island ferry run for many years. After that it briefly ran a ferry service across the mouth of the Tamar River between Beauty Point and Georgetown.
It's now lying derelict at a wharf in Launceston. It's owners had plans for it in 2010, I'm not sure what became of them, but the vessel hadn't moved by the time this photo was taken in 2014.